On tonight's episode of X-Play, we review Rise of the Kasai. The Mark of Kri was somewhat of a sleeper hit on PlayStation 2, a game that received little hype, but ended up being one of Sony’s most memorable titles for 2002. Combining an innovative control scheme that made use of both analog sticks for fighting and rich, cartoon-like graphics and animation, The Mark of Kri seamlessly blended stealth, explosive bursts of violence, and most importantly, a distinctive sense of style. Rise of the Kasai continues the exploits of the barrel-jawed barbarian named Rau and his feathered friend Kuzo, but this time he is joined by his sister, Tati, who has more curves than Mullholland Drive and is just as dangerous at high speeds.moreless
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