Martial Arts Master Xin is the guardian of the secrets of the Wu-Tang Kung Fu. The evil Mong Zhu grows jealous and decides to steal the Wu-Tang secrets, by torturing Master Xin. Members of ... See full summary »

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Martial Arts Master Xin is the guardian of the secrets of the Wu-Tang Kung Fu. The evil Mong Zhu grows jealous and decides to steal the Wu-Tang secrets, by torturing Master Xin. Members of the rap group Wu-Tang Clan receive information of Master Xin's plight and set out to rescue him.

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Master The Art of Wu-Tang


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10 November 1999 (USA)  »

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Wu-Tang: Taste the Pain  »

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Activision released a special edition set of the game, including a controller in the shape of the characteristic Wu-Tang "W". It featured all of the buttons of the original PlayStation controller, but had neither the vibration capabilities nor the analog sticks of the DualShock. Due to its unique shape it was very difficult to use, making it more of a collector's display piece than a functional control device. See more »

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A game I lived for.
21 July 2006 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I know that there are people outside considering this game to be dumb, boring and hard to play but I had a lot of really good time with it. It was about 3 or 4 years ago when me and my friends used to play this all day long on the good old' PS. Of course we knew other fighting games like Tekken or MK or whatever but this game really pleased us compared to the others which we also liked but didn't spend that much time on. The story is like .. You're one member of the Wu-tang Clan. You can chose the artist you like best or just decide from the weapon the different characters carry ( I remember that Method Man had a giant hammer and I think 'Rza had two swords. Odb was the master of drunken boxing with the special ability to drink from his bottle causing something to happen I don't remember). When you have chosen you begin your proud journey against the evil in a temple with 36 chambers in which each there's a task ( one or more opponents) waiting for you. Unfortunately I didn't finish the game but that's not really important since it is definitely not the story mode that made the game to what it is. Like every other fighting gameit is the multi player mode which defines such a game. normally, when I play with my friends the console is running along with the stereo. With Shaolin style that was different. the music underlying the fights was just great. I think there's also a soundtrack out with all the deep songs performed by..guess who. I don't believe, that it were new songs but at least it were some rather unknown or less known songs. No C.R.E.A.M or Method Man or so. And to that music you was now able to beat the hell out your friends and to nod slowly with the beat. And by the way. Since it is not hard to learn this is one of the games you don't have to be sober for. if you want to organize a calm evening with some of your friends: Buy some beer, roll some blunts and get the PS out of the basement where it has spend the last years collecting dust. Then buy the game (or download it, rent it, lend it whatever) I really hope that one day someone will come up with the idea to bring this game out for PS 2 or maybe 3/Xbox/360. I'd be the first to buy it.


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