Kung Fu Rabbit Review


New Wii U eShop game: Kung Fu Rabbit Review

Hey everyone, want a pretty nifty platformer for the Wii U? I highly suggest checking out Kung Fu Rabbit on the Wii U eShop. It’s quirky and simple. It’s colorful and vibrant. It’s likable and pretty. It’s an overall great experience and one that you will only have to pay $4.99 for. I can sincerely say that I didn’t expect much from the eShop gem, but I hooped away pleasently surprised with the outcome.

How did the game weigh in on our 1-10 rating scale? Read on and find out.

For $4.99 gamers can do a lot worse. Matter of fact, they can’t do much better either as Kung Fu Rabbit is a very decent game. When I downloaded the game and played it for the first time, I was treated to beautiful artwork and a quirky little rabbit running about my TV screen (as well as my Wii U gamepad). I was instantly pulled in by the games charm and stayed for the easy but enjoyable gameplay.


I love the art direction of this game. It’s simplistcally (a word I just made up) colorful and looks fantastic on the big screen. It’s simple style adds a certain elegance to it and I enjoyed the way the game was presented. The foreground graphics add a nice touch to the depth of field and the backgrounds seem to almost come alive while playing this beautiful game. The title also shines on the Wii U gamepad and features off TV play for gamers who don’t want to monopolize the TV.


The main objective for Kung Fu Rabbit is to save all the baby rabbits in each of the 3 worlds. The games main protagonist features a cute little blocky Rabbit who is able to practice Kung Fu and save all the baby rabbits abducted by unknown invaders. The levels are short but sweet and will most likely take a couple of minutes or so to complete. It’s not a hinderance however and makes Kung Fu Rabbit a fantastic game to pick up and play. I loved being able to jump into the game and jump out, even when I didn’t have a whole lot of time to play.

I never really had any issue with the gameplay and found that the game played very well. I didn’t have any qualms about the controls and felt that the game played and looked beautifully.

Overall, the good guys over at Neko Entertainment did a masterful job of porting an iOS game to the Nintendo Wii U eShop. Kung Fu Rabbit proves to be an beautiful, fun, and entertaining experience and one I walked away impressed. The visuals are nice, the characters are lovable and for the price of entry ($4.99), the game delivers the goods. Overall I am highly suggesting this awesome platformer for any Wii U owner looking for a charming and fun video game for their new Nintendo system.

Overall Myvideogamenews score: 9.0 out of 10.

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