Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • US 1st Sep 2010
  • EU 15th Sep 2010
Controller Support


  • Review Kung Fu Rider (PlayStation 3)

    Is the ticket worth the ride?

    On the surface, Kung Fu Rider comes off as a fun variation on the downhill racing formula, removing the boxcars or skateboards players might expect to ride and switching them out for office chairs and luggage. To make this premise even more wacky, the protagonists periodically perform kung fu moves while riding these...

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Kung Fu Rider News

  • Soapbox I Can't Stop Thinking About Kung Fu Rider on PS3

    Bums on seats

    While casually browsing the Nintendo Switch’s painfully slow digital storefront this week, one game in particular caught my eye: it’s called, amusingly, Gekisou! Benza Race -Toilet Shooting Star- and the typo-laden description explains that you’ll be riding a bog in various racing scenarios. The provided screenshots look scrappy,...

  • News Move Controllers 50% Off, Games for $9.99

    GameStop offers deal "while supplies last"

    If you have been holding off on picking up a Move, there's no better time than now. GameStop is unloading its Move controllers and accessories at a huge 50% off discount. That means you'll be able to pick up a Move controller for $24.99, the SharpShooter for a cool $19.99, and a Navigation controller or...

  • News Deadstorm Pirates Leads This Week's European PSN Update

    Plenty of new DLC for other titles too

    Deadstorm Pirates is already available as part of Time Crisis: Razing Storm, but for gamers who fancied taking this nautical shooter for a spin they can now do so via the PlayStation Store. Released yesterday for £15.99/€19.99, Deadstorm Pirates was one of the stronger parts of Namco's Blu-ray shooting...

  • News Start the Party's Japanese Box Art is Truly Amazing

    Check out the other updates

    Whilst we Western PlayStation owners sometimes get a raw deal when box art makes the trip from Japan – just ask anyone who picked up an American Ico – it's not always a one-day street, as evidenced by this amazing Start the Party! box art from the Far East. The remainder of Move software fares significantly better,...

  • News PlayStation Store Updated with Move Content A-Go-Go

    Demos, patches and more good stuff

    Today's the day that users all across Europe – except the UK, that is – can Move into the next generation of motion controlled gaming, with the controller and games launched across the mainland continent. If you haven't made it to the shops yet, or your pre-order hasn't popped through the post, consider whiling...

  • News Select Move Launch Titles Include Demos on the Disc

    Truly start the party with demos and games in one

    You won't be able to escape Move demos at launch: available in the Starter Pack, free to download from PlayStation Network and now confirmed as shipping on the Blu-Ray discs of certain launch titles. Put Start the Party or Kung Fu Rider into your PS3 and hop over to the What's New menu, where you'll...

  • News The First Wave of Move Titles Will be Cheaper to Entice You

    $39.99 for select titles

    Worried that all this new technology is going to break the bank, and you won't have enough moolah left over to grab a few games? Fear not! Sony has confirmed that several Blu-Ray launch titles for North America will retail at a wallet-soothing $39.99. Acclaimed athletic anthology Sports Champions, oddball family fun Start...

About The Game

What do office chairs and the Chinese Mafia have in common? Kung Fu Rider.

Kung Fu Rider is a fast-paced, arcade-action game for PlayStation 3 that combines a comically off-the-wall in-game movement mechanic with the motion-control technology of the PlayStation Move system to create a gameplay experience not to be missed. Along with addictive fast-paced gameplay, additional features include a two-player co-op mode, 20+ game levels, PlayStation Network support and rankings, multiple ridable office chairs and more.