Xiaolin Showdown

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Xiaolin Showdown
Basic Information
Video Game
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Konami, Griptonite Games
Beat 'em up
PlayStation 2, Xbox, PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS
Retail Features
Xiaolin ShowdownXiaolin Showdown
European Union European Release Date(s)
June 292007
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
November 142006
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Xiaolin Showdown is a Beat 'em up game based on the Kids WB cartoon of the same name. It was released on November 14, 2006. Players are able to play as the Xiaolin Apprentices, and one of the game objectives is to get the Shen Gong Wu. It is possible that new Shen Gong Wu was made specifically for this video game. The Shen Gong Wu requires the use of "Chi Energy" from the player.

There are 6 playable characters in the game: Omi, Raimundo, Kimiko and Clay. And two unlockable characters Jack Spicer and Chase Young. When Xiaolin Showdowns take place, the competitors get transported to an arena where they face off in a random mini-game (e.g. "Tag You're It"). Master Fung appears in some parts of the game giving tips for the player.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The gameplay is similar to that of Power Stone and Super Smash Bros.. The player's main goal is to be the last man standing. Players can use shen-gon-wu to aid them in battle.

Bosses[edit | edit source]

Boss World Level
Jack Spicer 1 Vault Courtyard
Chameleon Bot 2 Lumber Mill
Jack's Giant Robot 3 Jack's Lab
Chi Creatures 4 Dojo's Stomach
Xiaolin Monk Copy-Bots 5 Rooftop
Mala Mala Jong 6 Inner Sanctum
Chase Young 6 Inner Sanctum
Heart of Jong 6 Inner Sanctum
Chase Young 6 Inner Sanctum
Mala Mala Jong 6 Inner Sanctum

Development[edit | edit source]

The game was announced in May 2006 at E3. The PlayStation 2, PSP and Xbox developer is BottleRocket Entertainment. The DS version was developed by Razorback Developments.

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