Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble review

When Saturday morning and every noise in existence collide

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The GameCube version was released many months ago. So what did the wait for PSP get you? Well, other than some longer loading times and a smaller screen that makes it even tougher to see what the hell's happening, there's Dante from Devil May Cry. He's brought a few other DMC characters along, but honestly, they don't change much.

The PSP version also has local game sharing, so if you're dying to make some friends give the sensory overload a shot so you can all go to the eye doctor together later, the option's there. If you've gotta go it alone, there're some new trial missions that task you with specific goals within a given fight. The extra mode isn't a dealmaker, but if you can stand the main game, hey, here's some more.

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DescriptionA four-way battle royal that tries to out-maniac Smash Bros. Its mission-based fights are fun enough, but just try keeping up when everything's happening at once.
US censor rating"Teen","Teen"
UK censor rating"12+","12+"
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)
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