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  • Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops
    A good value for a pair of successful mobile games that come to PlayStation in their most complete form.
    2 days ago
  • How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition
    The definitive version of How To Survive that's priced well and enjoyable online or off, solo, or with a friend.
    3 days ago
  • Tales of Hearts R
    A great fit in any Vita library that would benefit from an excellent JRPG.
    1 week ago
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  • Assassin's Creed Unity
    It stumbles out of the gates, but underneath the issues lies a pretty good experience that I would hope will get better with patches.
    1 week ago
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  • Well Go USA Shares Once Upon A Time In Shanghai Home Video Details

    Action hero legend Sammo Hung and Andy On co-star with exciting newcomer Philip Ng in this reboot of a classic Shaw Brothers tale.

    “Philip Ng’s Kung Fu Skills Make Him a Potential Successor to Donnie Yen” ~ Addy, JayneStars.com
    “…a complete action party that stays up ’til all hours.
    Star Philip Nghas has clearly got a great action-movie career in his future, and this is a heck of a way to begin the ride.” ~ Steve Prokopy, Ain’t It Cool News

    “…some of the best and most brutal fighting you’ll ever see as well as an interesting story.”

    ~ Martin Hafer, Influx Magazine

    ONCE UPON A TIME IN SHANGHAI

    Philip Ng, Andy On & Sammo Hung Star in the Action-Packed, Martial Arts Fable Debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital Jan. 13

    Bonus Material Includes a Behind-the-Scenes Featurette

     

    PLANO, Texas.  (Nov. 10, 2014) – From Director Wong Ching Po (Revenge: A Love Story) and acclaimed Action Director Yuen Wo Ping (The Grandmasters, Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) comes ONCE UPON A TIME IN SHANGHAI, debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital Jan. 13 from Well Go USA Entertainment. The modern action-packed fable features rising martial arts star Philip Ng (Young and Dangerous: Reloaded) as a country bumpkin who moves to 1930’s Shanghai in the hope of becoming rich, but ends up honing his kung fu skills to become a lethal fighting machine. ONCE UPON A TIME IN SHANGHAI also stars the legendary Sammo Hung (Ip Man franchise), Andy On (As the Light Goes Out, White Vengeance), Michelle Hu (Mr. & Mrs. Player), Luxia Jiang (Ip Man: The Final Fight), Mao Junjie (Jackie Chan Presents: Wushu), Chan Koon-Tai (The Man with the Iron Fists), Yuen Cheung-Yan (Kung Fu Hustle, Charlie’s Angels franchise) and Fung Hak-On (Tai Chi Zero). Bonus materials include the behind-the-scenes featurette “The Making of Once Upon a Time in Shanghai.”

    After a series of eye-catching small roles, Philip Ng finally is given center stage with this rebooted look at the hero Ma Yung-Chen, who was immortalized in the 1972 Shaw Brothers film Boxer from Shantung and in the 1997 Hero. Ng, a master of martial arts, trained in Ving Tsun Kung Fu under the late Sifu Wong Shun-Leung and is also a 6th generation disciple of Choy Li Fut Kung Fu, training under his father, Sam Ng. Ng also excels in Hung Gar Kung Fu, Tae Kwon Do, Jiujitsu and Escrima.

    Synopsis:
    Everyone wants to make their fortune in Shanghai, and Ma Yongzhen (Philip Ng) dreams of making an honest living – not with his fists. But the town is torn apart by rival gangs and when Boss Long Qi (Andy On) learns of Ma’s formidable martial arts skills, he’s brought into the family. Opposed to drug trafficking and leaking government secrets, Qi makes powerful enemies. And soon, Ma won’t have a choice. Fight or lose everything - including his friend (Sammo Hung) and his love, Tie Ju (Michelle Hu).

    ONCE UPON A TIME IN SHANGHAI has a runtime of approximately 96 minutes and is not rated.
    For more information, please visit www.wellgousa.com.
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  • Tales of Hearts R
    A great fit in any Vita library that would benefit from an excellent JRPG.
    2 weeks ago
  • Dead To Rights: Retribution
    I'd happily recommend Dead To Rights: Retribution to any action fan gamer out there. Welcome back, Jack Slate.
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  • How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition
    The definitive version of How To Survive that's priced well and enjoyable online or off, solo, or with a friend.
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  • Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversa
    A true classic revitalized that's easy to recommend to anyone who enjoys a great story, with bonus content to boot for those interested in videogame development or history.
    2 weeks ago
  • Freedom Wars
    Freedom Wars has its shortcomings, but I would still consider it one of the top Vita games available.
    3 weeks ago
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  • Lords of the Fallen
    A challenging, rough around the edges title in the vein of the Souls games that gets a lot more right than it does wrong. It deserves your attention this holiday season, and hopefully we'll see more from this franchise.
    3 weeks ago
  • Freedom Wars
    Freedom Wars has its shortcomings, but I would still consider it one of the top Vita games available.
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  • Freedom Wars
    Freedom Wars has its shortcomings, but I would still consider it one of the top Vita games available.
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