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N-Zone (Feb 20, 2004)
Ihr schlüpft in die Rolle der jungen Diebin Jen und macht euch auf die Jagd nach dem sagenumwobenen Schwert des Schicksals. Das Gameplay gestaltet sich wie in Bruce Lee: Return of the Legend: Ihr kloppt euch mit Sumo-Ringern und lanzenschwingenden Kung-Fu-Kämpfern oder schlagt angreifende Wölfe in die Flucht. Der Schwierigkeitsgrad hält sich dabei zu sehr in Grenzen, dafür ist aber jede Menge Action geboten. Die Entwickler leisteten zwar in allen Belangen ordentliche Arbeit, aber wie so häufig ist das Spiel leider etwas zu kurz.
GameZone (Oct 27, 2003)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a side scrolling action game. Players must fight hordes of incoming enemies before going on to the next part of the level. The only bad thing about the action in this game is that the combat system is really simple; meaning that there are only so many combos that you can perform. This really takes away a lot of depth that the game could have used. After each level you will be given a password so you can return to where you left off if you need to quit the game.
Game Chronicles (Dec 08, 2003)
Considering the dated source material and the narrow scope of the content I was impressed that Ubisoft was able to create such a fun title. I really enjoyed Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, which just made it that much more disappointing when it was over before it ever got started. Usually three hours into a game and I am just starting to get the hang of it, but in this case I was looking for something else to play next. If you enjoyed the movie or just enjoy fighting and action games of the old-school side-scrolling genre then this is definitely worth playing but probably not worth owning, at least until it drops into the budget price range.
IGN (Oct 15, 2003)
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is just a bit late for its party, showing up on the Game Boy Advance a good three years since the original theatrical release. It's also a strange game to base an action game around. Yes, there were some really great action scenes in the film, but it was more story than fights. But Ubi Soft went to town to produce a game design that incorporated certain elements from the movie, and though the GBA game isn't entirely original and very, very short, it's at least a satisfying experience in the time it lasts.
Worth Playing (Feb 19, 2004)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is an uninspiring, slow moving action side-scroller that would have been right at home on the Sega Genesis about ten years ago. Even then it would have been considered a failed attempt at the gameplay of Sega's classic Shinobi. You play as Jen, a young girl who is extremely talented in Kung Fu, but misled by Jade Fox, a martial arts master, into stealing the Green Destiny sword, the blade of Mu Bai, another martial arts master, who wants nothing more than to spend the rest of his life in peace.
GameSpot (Dec 17, 2003)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up based on the movie that swept through theaters in the summer of 2000. While the game does a good job of telling the story of the film through the still photographs and text dialogue that appear between certain levels, it doesn't deliver much in the way of hands-on thrills except for a few instances where you can leap across rooftops and jump back and forth between walls.
Si le film Tigre et Dragon avait connu un franc succès, son adaptation en jeu vidéo sur GBA est vite passée aux oubliettes. Et pour cause : ce clone de Shinobi est fade, bien trop fade.