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Atari 2600Tilt (Jan, 1984)
Karateka débutant lorsque commence votre expédition, vous acquérez, à force de combats, des techniques d'attaque plus perfectionnées. Atémi, sauts périlleux se succèdent, hallucinants de réalisme. Vos ennemis sont toujours plus nombreux, plus aggressifs et les 6 minutes imparties pour parcourir les sept tableaux ne vous laissent pas le temps de souffler.
Atari 2600HonestGamers (Jan 23, 2006)
Astute gamers will notice on the game's cover that Chuck Norris has no beard. That's because Superkicks was released before Chuck grew his hair out for Lone Wolf McQuade -- the feature film that inspired the entire Walker TV series. This game chronicles Chuck Norris's dynamic high-kicking youth. This game pays tribute to Chuck's legacy of inner strength as a heroic warrior, a brilliant actor, and one of the most powerful martial artists of all time (thanks to the Total Gym exercise machine). Honor his holiness by playing Chuck Norris Superkicks... not by mocking his goliath-toppling roundhouse kick.
Atari 2600Digital Press - Classic Video Games (Dec 10, 2003)
You are Chuck Norris and you're trying to rescue a famous world leader who is being held captive in an ancient monastery by ninjas. You begin your journey by following a path. When you reach a fork in the road, pick any direction. It doesn't matter which. You will soon be confronted with successive bands of karate experts. You start out as a white belt and progress to the rank of black belt. The game is quite stingy with time, so you can't fool around too much. Each level/opponent requires specific techniques to defeat. No gore - they are just knocked off the screen.
Atari 2600The Video Game Critic (Mar 09, 2018)
Chuck Norris Superkicks is exciting if you know what you're doing, but otherwise it can be confusing as all hell.
Atari 2600Woodgrain Wonderland (Oct 29, 2016)
Chuck Norris Superkicks was okay but I doubt I’ll be playing it again any time soon.
ColecoVisionAll Game Guide (1998)
Overall, Chuck Norris Superkicks is an uneven and sometimes laughable gaming experience. The inclusion of pathways makes the game a quest of sorts, but the actual walking and avoiding "killer weeds" is dull. Also dull are the first six levels. The final stage is fun, but time runs out after a few short minutes, and you've either got to play a different game or start all over.
ColecoVision8-bit Central Retro Gaming (2014)
Chuck Norris Superkicks may have put too much faith in creating a game around Chuck Norris' name. He certainly had great star-power at the time of release, but a bad game is a bad game. Even Chuck Norris can't change that!