Karateka Previews - Xbox 360

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  • Genre:Action, Adventure, Arcade
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  • Release Date:Dec 31, 2014
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Violence)
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Game Description: A reboot of the 80's blockbuster, Karateka marks game designer Jordan Mechner's return to his indie roots.
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    Karateka's Jordan Mechner X-Play Exclusive


    In 1984, Jordan Mechner created the original Karateka action game for PC, and then moved on to the Prince of Persia series and beyond. Now, he's returning to where it all began with a Karateka remake, and Morgan Webb gets details in this X-Play Exclusive.

    Posted: Feb 15, 2012 | 3,005 Views | 02:31

  • X-Play Recommends: Karateka

    Posted: November 20, 2012

    3,321 Views | 02:31

  • The Return of Karateka "Behind The Scenes" Video

    Posted: February 16, 2012

    1,635 Views | 01:49

  • Karateka's Jordan Mechner X-Play Exclusive

    Posted: February 15, 2012

    3,005 Views | 02:31


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