Bruce Lee: Quest of the Dragon

Moby ID: 6913
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Bruce Lee: Quest of the Dragon features an epic storyline in which Bruce battles multiple enemies to rescue his kidnapped father and retrieve the mystical Golden Relic. A quest which will take him to several different cities around the world including Hong Kong and San Francisco.

The game features a variety of martial arts styles, including Jeet Kune Do, the discipline started by Bruce Lee himself. It contains over 100 motion captured moves performed by one of Bruce Lee's 3rd generation students. These moves are learned as you progress through the game by collecting tokens from defeated enemies. In the end, over 30 different types of adversaries must be overcome in order to retrieve the relic and save your father.

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Average score: 39% (based on 29 ratings)


Average score: 2.4 out of 5 (based on 7 ratings with 1 reviews)

A Game that Could have been

The Good
The ability to play Bruce Lee in a 3-D game is any martial artists dream come true. This game attempted to get the 70's feel as well as attempting to get the feel of those old Bruce Lee movies, which the game actually does pretty well. Many complain about the acting, but then the bad dubbing in the game was done on purpose. Bruce Lee was rendered nicely in 3-D.The Story was just as corny as any other martial art action flick from the 70's.

The Bad
What this game did right sadly does not over shadow what was done poorly in the game. The game is hard at times due to timing problems cause by the control scheme and the camera angles can get in the way of game play. Bruce Lee was rendered nicely in 3-D, but everything else was lacking in terms of graphics. Bruce Lee is the movies had a presence to him that felt strong, fast, and powerful. In this game Bruce Lee feels slow and sluggish. The game can crash and its long load times make this game annoyingly bad. Yes, there were good aspects of the game, but the bad far out-weighed the good in this one.

The Bottom Line
There was good points, but the bad seems to stick out. Buy this game for around $1 only to hang the CD in your car for decoration, because the playability of this game is questionable. Some will love it, because it's Bruce Lee and the others will just hate it.

Xbox · by Jason Wilkinson (5) · 2006


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Game added July 14, 2002. Last modified April 8, 2024.