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Disney's Kim Possible: Kimmunicator

Disney's Kim Possible: Kimmunicator (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: A2M


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Disney's Kim Possible: Kimmunicator review

Reviewed December 04, 2008

Marc Golding says: "Kim can punch and kick, stringing together ‘combos’ of each attack simply through button mashing. But there are major issues with responsiveness and hit-detection. Sometimes Kim simply will not attack though you think you might be pressing the right button, and other times Kim's punch or kick will execute but miss completely when it appears that it shouldn’t. But you needn’t worry too much; enemy encounters are few and far between. It seems as if there are maybe four enemies in each stage. I’m exaggerating, but not much."
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