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In New York City, Jackie works for his grandfather's courier service. His grandfather sends him on assignment to take a package to the "Temple of the Shaolin". While having dinner at a cafe, Jackie's grandfather is kidnapped along with the package by henchmen, working for an unknown boss. Jackie tries to chase them down, but loses them. Now he has to journey to areas of the city to find his grandfather and the package before its too late. Written by Pat McCurry <ccgrad97@aol.com>

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Blocky and boring 'Stuntmaster'
30 August 2000 | by (Richmond, CA) – See all my reviews

A video game named after Jackie Chan gets boring after half an hour. In this weak Double Dragon clone, Chan must rescue his kidnapped grandfather but must beat up a lot of creeps in order to accomplish his mission. From start to finish, it's basically a lot of button pushing as you beat up bad guys left and right. After completing four levels that's where the fun ends, and the boredom begins. The graphics are no picnic, neither. The characters' heads are so blocky. Also, you can't even pause a game without Chan repeating quotes like "Don't leave" or "Are you just going to walk away?" The game wouldn't be complete without throwing in a silly outtake that's more fun than playing the game itself. If you want entertainment, go see Jackie Chan's movies; you'll be better off. My evaluation: 5 out of 10.


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