Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao

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Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao
Basic Information
Video Game
Blitz Arcade
Namco Bandai Games
Beat 'em up
Digital Download
Gamepad, DualShock 3 Controller
PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
Retail Features
Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Xbox Live Arcade
August 262009
PlayStation Network
August 272009
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Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao is a hand-to-hand action video game developed by Blitz Arcade and published by Namco Bandai Games for the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade. The game tells the story of Han Tao, aka General of a Thousand Victories, who attempts to rescue the Star of Destiny from the foul clutches of the Evil Overlord. As Han Tao, players must fight their way through the Evil Overlord's throngs, using a number of hyperbolic hand-to-hand combat techniques, ancient weapons, and Zen-powered attacks. It was released in August 26, 2009 on Xbox Live Arcade and in August 27 on PlayStation Network.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao will feature basic beat 'em up and hand-to-hand action elements with a basic interface and easy to learn, pick-up-and-play controls. Invincible Tiger features a number of different modes for single- and multiplayer action. Gamers can play through the game's storyline in co-op mode, which is available both locally and online. The game also includes an Endurance Mode, in which players are tasked with surviving an unending onslaught of foes for a specified amount of time.

Notable Features[edit | edit source]

The game provides both an anaglyph mode and several stereoscopic modes for 3D viewing while playing the game. While the anaglyph mode will work on any TV, use of the stereoscopic modes requires the player to have a 3D ready TV.

See also[edit | edit source]

List of stereoscopic video games

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