I was a little bit excited when I got Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors in, as I was expecting to settle down with a casual adventure/beat-em up, but soon after I started playing, I realized it was only the latter; a beat-em up, and not the good kind.
The game features two sections; the main game, if you can call it that, and the versus mode, which you and your friends can play, but I don’t know why you would put your friends through such torture. The story mode contains 7 stages in which you can play with any of 4 characters, including your favorites from the movies, and you can even play some co-op if you like. Each of these characters does play a little differently, but they are all controlled the same way. There are some variations in the moves you can perform, but essentially, you just wave your wii remote around to attack, with a few combos you can through with the nunchuk and things of that nature, but you will basically be swinging your remote around like crazy. There is also this Chi meter, which fills up as you deal out damage, and when it gets full, you can perform this chi attack on an opponent, and when you complete 3, you can perform this rabbit attack, which puts this swirling barrier around you to automatically hurt enemies for a few seconds. You can learn all of this in the short tutorial, but you won’t really need to remember anything other than swing the remote like crazy.