Tae Kwon Do
By Para Gon Sunday, 25 Jan 2009

This is part of my continuing series of playing and reviewing random SNES games I’ve never heard of. Next on the list is Tae Kwon Do:

How nice of them. Just picking the first option on each menu will bring you to the character select screen. I think I glanced what looked like a two-player mode.

There are several characters to choose from, each emphasizing a different trait: Speed, Skill, Defense, Power, Jumping and three All-Around types. I picked Speed for this trial, but Skill worked pretty well when I tried him too.

Oh god, hes gonna kick me in the balls

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of different attacks. Using X/Y/A/B all do different attacks, but it varies depending on which foot is forward and whether you’re pressing forward. Sometimes, pressing a button repeatedly will do a little combo. X and A seem to be faster, weaker attacks than Y and B. You can also jump by pressing up, and block by pressing back. R/L switch your stance, R/L with up/down move you on the planes. You can also dash with a double-tap.

WHAM! Kicked you in tha fukkin’ face!

You earn one to three points for every hit you land, and five points for a ring out or for any decisive strike (which can be a “critical hit”, “counter attack”, or “knock down”…not sure what the difference is). If you get a decisive strike five times, you win. If you knock them out altogether (it can happen), you win. If you have more points alcool et cialis when the time runs out, you pain medication online pharmacy win.

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It’s basically supposed to be a realistic fighting game. There are no special moves, and as you move around, you get tired. Therefore, it’s a lot easier to get knocked out. You can also be thrown off balance easier (even from dashing), which makes a knockdown or critical easier to pull off.

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Overall, I would give it a good.

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