Kung Fu is a game a
lot of us hold close to our hearts. It was one of the very first
games released for the NES and therefore one of the main hour
thieves back in the day when our mothers needed a break from the
Super Mario Bros music. It was also one of the first NES games to
advocate homosexual group sex.
If you've ever
played Kung Fu, and I'm assuming you have, you probably know what
I'm talking about. The 'generic guy' enemies in this game attack you
not by using kung fu or at all hit or kick you: they walk up to you
with their arms above their heads and then grab hold and embrace
you. If one of them already is latching onto your ass, that doesn't
mean the next guy is left with nothing to do. He just grabs the
nearest ass and has his way with it. And so on and so forth, it's a
lot like those toy train sets with magnets on the carts. Magnetic
While I know what
this looks like, I have no idea what actually is going on. So
I fired up Kung Fu 2, the sequel I don't think even was released in
Japan. Perhaps seven years of progress and enhanced graphics could
provide an answer?
Nope. Nice pants, though.