Bruce Lee Dragon Warrior iPhone game worthy of its namesake

Jun 1, 2010
Games

Despite the obvious limitations of playing a fight game by sliding your fingers across a touchscreen, The modes would be meaningless without a solid core game; luckily, Bruce Lee doesn’t disappoint. The virtual analog stick you use to move your fighter feels natural quickly and allows for legitimate 3D movement. The two attack buttons are more […]

Despite the obvious limitations of playing a fight game by sliding your fingers across a touchscreen, The modes would be meaningless without a solid core game; luckily, Bruce Lee doesn’t disappoint. The virtual analog stick you use to move your fighter feels natural quickly and allows for legitimate 3D movement.

The two attack buttons are more than enough when combined with the directional movements, and although in early fights you’ll find yourself blindly punching and kicking just to stay alive, there is actually a fairly deep fighting engine here if you choose to learn in. Special moves can be accessed, as well, making for some very cool sweeps and back-breaking knees that look exceptional for an app game.

Playing Bruce Lee Dragon Warrior on your phone isn’t going to be exactly like playing a great fighting game on your Xbox360, but that’s to be expected. It wouldn’t be right to judge the game on that scale. Instead, when comparing it to other 3D games or fighters in the app store, Bruce Lee packs quite a punch. If you enjoy fighting games and can handle the price, you’ll get your money’s worth here.

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Dan Kricke

Dan Kricke has been playing with electronics and writing about them for years. He loved his Sega Dreamcast and now the PlayStation 3. On the iPhone, he's a fan of sports apps and anything that offers new music.

 

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