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Bruce Lee's attention to detail is exceptional and often surprisingly so. The scenery is remarkably rich, with elaborate structures and statues that appear to have depth. You might expect that jumping onto a ladder would allow for an easy escape from foes, but those crazy SOB's will try to kick you off of it! I also love how dropping down on enemies knocks them on their butts. The game has no serious flaws, although the controls can be tricky when navigating moving vines. Long appreciated by 8-bit computer users but virtually unknown to console gamers, Bruce Lee is fun to play even after you've mastered it.
In wieweit Kung Fu bzw. Karate mittels Joystick langfristig fesseln kann, sei dahingestellt. Meine anfängliche Skepsis ist geblieben, — vielleicht auch nur deshalb, weil es mir noch nicht gelang, durch alle Kammern zu kommen.