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B-Boy

AT A GLANCE
  • Super slick transitions
  • Getting in the zone
  • 40 licensed tracks
  • Watching beats, not the action
  • The lack of atmosphere
  • Waiting for the countdown

The lack of atmosphere (there's a bit of half-arsed cheering, but no commentator or enormous score counter to egg you on) and the enormous gaps between throwdowns (there's a countdown, whereas in real life B-Boys tend to somersault onto the floor as soon as the last one's done) don't help, either.

Good, then, but not the endorsement B-Boying needs. Like dancing in a club where nobody's really watching, B-boy's fun but flat.

More Info

Jan 01 2006 - PS2, PSP (UK)
Available Platforms: PS2, PSP
Genre: Fighting
Published by: SouthPeak Interactive
Developed by: FreeStyleGames
ESRB Rating:
Teen
PEGI Rating:
3+

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