Get Ready To Experience Kung Fu "Awesomeness" With The Release Of Activision’s Kung Fu Panda Video Game

June 3, 2008

Get Ready To Experience Kung Fu “Awesomeness” With The Release Of
Activision’s Kung Fu Panda Video Game

Activision, Inc. is bringing a
unique blend of humor and action to gamers with the release of Kung Fu Panda™,
the video game based on DreamWorks Animation’s highly anticipated feature film.
In order to become the Dragon Warrior and defeat the ultimate enemy, Tai Lung,
players engage in kung fu moves and master the unique fighting style of unlikely
hero Po the Panda and experience the legendary moves of Shifu, Po’s Teacher, and
the Furious Five – Monkey, Tigress, Viper, Mantis and Crane.

“Kung Fu Panda gives kids the chance
to experience first hand their favorite movie moments, as well as new levels and
hilarious situations created specifically for the game,” said Kim Salzer, vice
president of Global Brand Management, Activision Publishing. “The humor, lovable
characters and non-stop action will deliver hours of fun that they can enjoy on
their own or with parents and friends.”

Kung Fu Panda offers a distinct and
exciting gameplay experience as players develop acrobatic kung fu combo attacks
to defeat a number of villainous enemies, including the Great Gorilla, the Wu
Sisters and the dark-hearted Tai Lung. Gamers will work to overcome dangerous
obstacles and solve challenging puzzles as they navigate through diverse
environments spanning air, water and land. By mastering the art of kung fu,
players will utilize and upgrade the unique fighting skills of their favorite
movie characters, unlocking new moves as well as a host of multiplayer
characters and games. Additionally, players can team up or battle head-to-head
in arena, puzzle or casual games, making the Kung Fu Panda video game an epic
experience gamers of all ages will enjoy.

The Kung Fu Panda video game is now
available for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft,
Wii™ and PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system for a suggested retail
price of $49.99, the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system for the
suggested retail price of $39.99, Nintendo DS™ for a suggested retail price of
$29.99 and Games for Windows® for a suggested retail price of $19.99. The
console and Games for Windows versions are rated “E10+” (Fantasy Violence, Mild
Language) and the DS version is rated “E10+” (Cartoon Violence) by the ESRB.

For more information on Kung Fu
Panda please visit

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Kung Fu