Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style (1999)

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This is a no go for a game featuring hip-hop artists.
1 September 2005 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style is what I considered the worst and an extremely pitiful developed games ever. First of all, this game was originally a game formerly known as Thrill Kill. That game could never get released for PlayStation since it was so intensely violent. The developers then would develop this game using the now deceased Thrill Kill engine and adding the hip-hop group The Wu-Tang Clans into the game. The illustrations were so terrible that I would prefer something better than that. The game play is so horrible that it is just impossible to defeat a difficult opponent. The voice acting is definitely pitiful since there wasn't much of a story to this game and that the Wu-Tang Clans rarely had any voice roles in the cut-scenes and game play. If you really want to play a game featuring hip-hop artists, try 25 to Life from Eidos, Crime Life: Gang Wars or the hip-hop karaoke like game called Get on the Mic from Eidos. There are definitely lots of games out there that features hip-hop artists for their voice performance or songs. This game is definitely not for someone who is a true hardcore hip-hop music fan.


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