Bruce Lee Dragon Warrior (iPhone Application) Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Indiagames Ltd / Type: iPhone Game
Newest Review: ... are given as well as 3 difficulties. Starting in hong kong , 1958 , a brave Bruce lee takes up a challenge to fight when no ... more
Customer Bruce Lee Dragon Warrior (iPhone Application) Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/06/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Bruce lee dragon warrior is a arcade style fighter , along the lines of tekken. ===Start up=== A very respectable 5 seconds to get into the app, bringing up a brown sandpaper coloured , flickering background with an iconic image of Bruce lee. Not pressing the start button will let you see a short fight before bringing you to the main menu. ===Menu=== Again the old style kung fu music and video plays in the background. The menu consists of Play, profile , settings , credits etc. Going into play their is several different modes, these range from story and arcade to time attacks and survival, as well as a handy training ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/10, updated on 16/06/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
"There is no weapon more deadly than the will." Bruce Lee - a name synonymous with the rise in popularity in the martial arts world, a name so famous, that more than 30 years since his death people are still fascinated by the man, the myth, the legend. To that end it's no surprise that people are still trying to capitalise on his tremendous success and his legendary status that in 2010 people are still wanting more from the late, great Bruce Lee. Infact, Lee is so popular that he has now even been digitalised, in order to capture a new growing market - the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users. "A goal is not always meant to be reached, ... Read the complete review
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