No freedom in endings You have little freedom over the ending and the story, altough good, is very short. Would recommend to pick another game. Price is reasonable if you have the money.
Best choice of game out there Short and sweet with a meaningful journey from acyolte to master of your own art of kung fu.
Interesting Maybe can add more depth on the romance side.
Really fun game Had a blast playing it and have done 4 different play throughs.the only complaint I have is that it doesn't let you know what chance of success you have dirt the choices. Though it does make it more realistic in a way because life doesn't have a % display. Also you can always check your stats and make an educated guess based on that at the in game scenario.
Huh i actually liked this. I was hoping for a crash and burn for this game which is why i didn't initially got it. I was skeptical and well then premise was something that i'm not really a fan of. Still while i played this game i didn't get bored nor did it made me super happy. It was a good game and i don't really regret buying this.
I love these games! I love choice of games, and this one really stands out. It has a great story that I'm sure I'll play again, and it is actually quite challenging. I ended up dying a few times and had to restart to get back where I was but eventually I made it to an ending I was happy with. Unlike some if the other stories, you have to pay attention to your strengths and weaknesses, which is really fun!
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