Kung Fu Panda
follows Po as he learns that he is destined to become the greatest Kung Fu master of all time, The Dragon Warrior. His appointment as The Dragon Warrior-to-be isn't just a surprise to the five existing masters (known collectively as The Furious Five) and their teacher, but to Po himself since he has always dreamed of learning Kung Fu, but is by no means a professionally trained master.
Po's adventure will take him from the training rooms of The Jade Palace, to the swamp lands overrun by The Golden Croc Gang and into the Wu Din Mountains. When news of The Dragon Warrior being revealed reaches Tai Lung, a long time rival to The Five, he breaks out of prison and begins to hunt down the supposed master. Unfortunately, with Tai Lung's escape, his old followers start showing up. Po will have to face not only the aforementioned crocs, but apes, warthogs and wolves as well; all with different styles of attacks and different bosses guiding them.
Po isn't the only character you will be able to control. By the end of the game, you will have brief segments that will let you control not only each of The Five, but also a level where you must guide their master, Shifu, to where The Five are captured when they try to face Tai Lung.
Each level is littered with coins that can be used to not only increase Po's health and Chi, but also the effectiveness of each of his attacks. These attacks not only include standard punches and kicks, but also his Panda Techniques that include Panda Quake, Panda Stumble and Iron Belly, all of which belong to his own personal, unique brand of Kung Fu.
In these levels, you will also find various green coins that will unlock levels for the multi-player mode. These are typically different types of brawlers where up to four players can go head to head locally (not over Xbox Live).