Breakdancing and geometry may sound like unlikely bedfellows, and this game proves beyond all doubt that this is the case. A tie-in with the real-world breakdancing contest, BC One challenges you to concoct fly b-boy moves by drawing shapes between coloured blobs on the touch screen. The more shapes you draw, the better your moves; hit the wrong colour and you stumble. There are also interludes where you spin the stylus to, er, spin, and a bit where you have to join the dots around a person%26rsquo;s outline %26ndash; very crime scene.
It%26rsquo;s hard to imagine the line-drawing idea appealing to some baggy-trousered freestyler, and on top of this, the graphics are terrible (we think they may be %26lsquo;stylised%26rsquo;, but they look lame), the hip soundtrack uninspiring and the pre-match taunting cringeworthy.
Sep 30, 2008