- Today Producer Josh Miller
announced Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic's PSN debut date of April 9, 2009 and shared a Rag Doll Kung Fu Trailer on PS Blog.
To quote: Well, the time has finally come and I am very pleased (not to mention, very excited) to announce today that Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic will be available for download exclusively on PSN beginning THURSDAY, APRIL 9th!
Before I go even further, please check out this brand new, never-before-seen trailer that shows exactly what to look forward to. If you like what you see and can't wait until the game comes out, feel free to download this trailer for free and watch it as many times as you like! It is available TODAY on the Playstation Store.
As you can see, we are unloading the craziest cast of fighters for you to unleash some of the nuttiest fighting moves in kung fu history! Using the SIXAXIS wireless controller, not to mention, all the Chi Power you will be earning, you can control the crazy 3D characters and orchestrate in-air, ninja-like attacks, as well as engage in intense combat using weapons and strategy for an all-out, 360-degree assault. And of course, the better you become, the more trophies you earn!
For added fun, players can also unlock body parts to create their own characters, with over hundreds of combinations. These customizable characters can bend, stretch and perform every fighting move with hilarious results.
With plenty of modes and settings to suit both hardcore and casual gamers, Fists of Plastic's pick-up-and-play controls allow for hours of fun gameplay with up to 4 people locally. Fun for parties, players can create a team-based free-for-all using the King of the Hill, Deathmatch, Dodgeball or Capture the Fish modes.
Whether you're playing solo or in a group, feel free to check the online leaderboards and compare your game to someone across the globe!
I'm going to leave you with that for now. We will be providing more details – not to mention, more goodies – throughout the next several weeks. So, continue checking back here for the latest on RDKF: Fists of Plastic!