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With a unique style of game play, you play as Kit Yun (Jet Li), an undercover Hong Kong police officer who is assigned as a bodyguard to Boss Chiang, a friend of Kit's father
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jet Li ... Kit Yun (voice)
Gregg Berger ... (voice)
Terrence 'T.C.' Carson ... (voice) (as TC Carson)
Maise Chan Maise Chan ... Michelle (voice)
Ray Chang ... (voice)
Stephen Chang ... (voice)
Chao Li Chi ... (voice)
Roberta Chow Roberta Chow ... (voice)
Kelvin Chu Kelvin Chu ... (voice)
Ho Hong Dong Ho Hong Dong ... (voice)
Robin Atkin Downes ... (voice)
Chris Edgerly ... (voice)
Donald Fong Donald Fong ... (voice)
Wing Wo Fung Wing Wo Fung ... (voice)
Michael Gough ... (voice)

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Kit Yun (Jet Li), an undercover Hong Kong police officer who is assigned as a bodyguard to Boss Chiang, a friend of Kit's father. A year into Kit's undercover assignment, Boss Chiang decides to leave the life of organized crime, but not without getting outraged protests by Kwan, one of his associates, only to have various gang members attempt the assassination of Boss Chiang. Despite Kit's efforts, Boss Chiang gets assassinated by a mysterious sniper. During Chiang's dying moments, he tells Kit to deliver an envelope containing information about the crime syndicate to his estranged daughter, Michelle. Being a childhood friend of Michelle's, Kit obliges and heads for San Francisco to deliver the message to her, despite whatever obstacles come in his way. Written by Asan

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The only way out of the Hong Kong underworld is to go back in.

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Action | Adventure

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Jet Li Rise To Honor
26 April 2015 | by TerryfanSee all my reviews

Jet Li is one of the greatest Martial Art Fighters in the world and a legend. And now he has been given the platform of his own video game.

The commercial was convincing enough to get fans of video games to check it out.

The game does have some ups and downs about it while it is endorse by Jet Li so there is some hopes for this game.

Rise To Honor feature some references to Jet Li movie roles which is a plus for fans of Jet Li.

The plot of the game is enough to hold your attention just have to follow the story line. Also you can listen to the game in English or Chinese which is not something you see all the time in video games.

Now let's get on to the game itself. The game itself does have a original plot which is not something you see all the time these days let alone on Playstation 2.

The game itself has some controls that required you to master fast because the game moves at a fast pace that if you're not on your toes you're in big trouble. So the controls are mix

The graphics and sound effects are what you would effect from a Jet Li film and he does look like him and he does motion capture to make the game feel like he is actually in the game. He also did voice work for the game so it does had more plus to it.

Game play does feature some action and lot of fighting so you have to be sure to master the controls in order to get a feel for the game.

Overall if you're a Jet Li fan you'll enjoy it and if you're curious about it then give it a try

I give Rise To Honor an 7 out of 10


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Cantonese | English

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September 2003 (USA) See more »

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