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This video contains manipulated scenes from various kung-fu and ninja films and video games. Support the underground kung-fu/ninja action film scene, and rent and/or buy these films. Classics like "Drunken Master", "The Tai-Chi Master" aka "Twin Warriors", "Shinobi : Heart Under Blade", and the entire "Wu-Tang Collection" (especially "Drunken Wu-Tang") are must owns!
Kung-Fu/Ninja Game to own are; All the "Tenchu" games, "Shinobi" (The new one is Killer), "Onimusha", "Shenmue" (more roll playing than action....... but simply brilliant and amazing), and "Rise of The Dragon".
There are many great movies and games to own......... so fuck what the marketing agents say! Do some research and find some killer Japanese and Chinese imports. There are literally hundreds of great asian films!
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