Platform: Nintendo Wii/DS (Rated E), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Kinect
You've seen Kung Fu Panda and its exciting sequel. Now you too can master kung fu, just like Po. Kung Fu Panda 2: The Video Game ($49.99) picks up right where the movie left off. Ancient China is under attack once again, this time by a new pack of enemies. It's up to Po and the Furious Five to get to the bottom of the trouble before it's too late.
Different versions of the game offer fun and unique ways to play. The Xbox 360 version lets players literally jump into the action by using the controller-free Kinect sensor. Follow along with the Dragon Warrior himself as he gives you personal one-on-one training in the art of kung fu. Then, use the techniques you learn to kick, punch and beat up the bad guys. Need extra help? No problem. Use your voice to call for the Furious Five, and they'll appear to assist you.
The Wii version gets even more creative. The game is played using the uDraw Tablet. That means you can customize the onscreen game environment with your very own drawings. Use the stylus pen to control Po and help him fight off his adversaries. Do you have what it takes to be a Dragon Warrior?