Cobra Kai The Karate Kid Saga is set to kick ass on the PS4 and Xbox One in October, the Switch to follow in November.
Coincidence? On Friday, the wife and I managed to binge-watch the first series of Cobra Kai on Netflix. As a fan of the original, often pulling off my variation of the crane and calling everyone named Dan, Daniel-San, it was refreshing to relive the experience once more, recaptured in cheesy 80s storytelling.
Sifting through my inbox, the last couple of weeks have been filled with some great games to review, I found Cobra Kai The Karate Kid Saga. As a fan of martial arts, the films and now the TV show, I’m excited to see this in action.
A co-op beat ’em up, you either play as Daniel Larusso or Johnny Lawrence with their respective Miyagi-Do and Cobra Kai dojos, unlocking two unique paths for each style.
Featuring the voices of Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, Cobra Kai The Karate Kid Saga also boasts and RPG style progression system, character-driven cutscenes and eight playable characters over 28 story missions.
Cobra Kai The Karate Kid Saga comes to the PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on the 27th of October and a Nintendo Switch version will follow on the 24th of November.