It speaks to Bruce Lee's enduring popularity that, nearly a decade after his death, producer Raymond Chow was still exploiting unused footage of the actor for pseudo-sequels to Lee's films. If you can get over the ghoulishness of Chow cashing in on Bruce Lee's legacy, "Game of Death II" features some excellent fight choreography in the Golden Harvest tradition, courtesy of someone you may have heard of—Yuen Woo-ping.
Golden Harvest really showed a lack of respect to Bruce Lee's legacy by attempting to turn this property into a post humous film especially when they actually had a pretty good film lying underneath the fill shots and early awkwardness. The fight choreography is often impressive especially the final showdown. The first 30 minutes are awful but once the revenge plot kicks in it becomes more impressive.