T'ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger (1999) is a game that DreamWorks Interactive developed, and it was renamed EA Los Angeles and then Danger Close Games. It was explicitly a play station game, which was released in 1990. Its publisher was Activision. It can be played in landscape mode only. It is an animal-themed game that has leopards and snakes specifically. T'ai Fu is basically the last survivor of the tiger clan, and to be the T'ai Fu, a tiger needs to defeat the dragon master and also avenge his kind. In his journey of being a T'ai Fu, he learns and masters several Kung Fu styles from each clan master that the T'ai Fu defeat and also learns about his clouded past memory. In the game, a player has to beat other performers, and the main aim of the game is on fighting the aggressors from the other clans, and each clan master help in helps the other master in teaching a new kung fu style after getting the defeat. The more a layer wins the better and exotic styles he learns. The player also learns new and powerful combo moves. These combo movies are basically a long chain of impactful movies. If a player performs a combo during a fight, then they earn special rewards. After performing a combo, pressing some specific keys, they regain some of their loose health and 'chi' energy. The sound effects of the game have been composed by Michael Giacchino. Kung Fu Panda inspired this game. The average rating which the critics have given to this game is 6.5/10. The gameplay of T'ai Fu: Wrath of the Tiger (1999) is also very impressive and appreciable. If we talk about the graphics of the game then it provide very realistic visuals and better gaming experience.
CPU: Intel Core i3 2100 / AMD Phenom II X4 955 BE
CPU Speed: 2.4 Ghz
Sound Card: OpenAL compatible sound card
Video Card: 256 MB DirectX 9.0c-compatible video card with Pixel Shader 2.0 support (NVIDIA GeForce FX+/ ATI Radeon 9500 series+/ Intel 915 Series+
OS: Windows® 7 SP1 64 Bit