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Kung Fu Master

Kung Fu Master (GB) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Action
Developer: Unknown
AKA: Spartan X (JP)

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Kung Fu Master review

Reviewed March 07, 2004

tomclark says: "Kung Fu Master.... a title that conjures up several images in the mind of the humble gamer. Will this game be a fighter like Street Fighter II or Mortal Kombat? A sequel to the NES classic Kung Fu? A Double Dragon-esque beat-em-up? And it only cost £10 when it came out! I mean, with a name that exciting, and at an affordable price, it was almost too good to be true! That pretty much sums up my thoughts as I was eagerly shuffling towards the checkout with a fresh new copy of Kung Fu Master for th..."
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