B Boy PSP

40 B-Boy characters to do battle with, including world famous B-Boy, Crazy Legs
12 fully licensed motion-captured competitive B-Boys from Europe, Asia and North America
21 authentic world wide locations including Redbull BC One, Freestyle Sessions, UK B-Boy Championships and IBE
40 licensed Hip Hop and classic Funk tracks
Customise your B-Boy with full character personalisation winning battles allows you to kit yourself out with the latest adidas clothing
Advanced control and animation system allowing full control of your characters power moves, stylish freezes and flare driven combos
In a nutshell:
Half rhythm action game, half beat em-up without the violence this is that rarest of games: a hip-hop themed title that isnt all about ultra violence and sweary pimps. Instead its just you and the dancemat against the world. The lowdown:
If you already knew that B-Boys mean breakdancing then theres probably little chance you wont enjoy this cleverly conceived dance off simulator. Designed almost like a beat em-up you have to prove your superior dancing skills in a minute long outbreak of acrobatics against a rival. Using four basic moves youre able to string combos together, earning extra moves as you progress through the story mode. You also have to keep the rhythm of the music with the shoulder buttons or youll risk falling flat on your face. Waiting for your go in a match can become a bore and the game menus and interface are unnecessarily obscure, but the superb soundtrack ensures that Hip-Hop fans are unlikely to care too much. With some superb animation this is one of the most assured and inventive music games for ages. Most exciting moment:
With a game as adversarial as this its unsurprising to find that the two-player mode against a fellow human is the best way to play it. It also solves the problem of having to wait for your go too, since this time can be handsomely filled goading your rival into making a mistake. Since you ask:
As well as receiving rave reviews the soundtrack to B-Boy has been nominated for a video games BAFTA and is to be released as an eighteen track CD to accompany the game. The bottom line:
A Hip-hop game without the violence but still plenty of action.
HARRISON DENT

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B Boy PSP
3 years ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-9621973-B-Boy-PSP/dp/B000HK58J6?SubscriptionId=AKIAIS3I5A33GTV7S27Q&tag=wwwcamratecom-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B000HK58J6 40 B-Boy characters to do battle with, including world famous B-Boy, Crazy Legs
12 fully licensed motion-captured competitive B-Boys from Europe, Asia and North America
21 authentic world wide locations including Redbull BC One, Freestyle Sessions, UK B-Boy Championships and IBE
40 licensed Hip Hop and classic Funk tracks
Customise your B-Boy with full character personalisation winning battles allows you to kit yourself out with the latest adidas clothing
Advanced control and animation system allowing full control of your characters power moves, stylish freezes and flare driven combos
In a nutshell:
Half rhythm action game, half beat em-up without the violence this is that rarest of games: a hip-hop themed title that isnt all about ultra violence and sweary pimps. Instead its just you and the dancemat against the world. The lowdown:
If you already knew that B-Boys mean breakdancing then theres probably little chance you wont enjoy this cleverly conceived dance off simulator. Designed almost like a beat em-up you have to prove your superior dancing skills in a minute long outbreak of acrobatics against a rival. Using four basic moves youre able to string combos together, earning extra moves as you progress through the story mode. You also have to keep the rhythm of the music with the shoulder buttons or youll risk falling flat on your face. Waiting for your go in a match can become a bore and the game menus and interface are unnecessarily obscure, but the superb soundtrack ensures that Hip-Hop fans are unlikely to care too much. With some superb animation this is one of the most assured and inventive music games for ages. Most exciting moment:
With a game as adversarial as this its unsurprising to find that the two-player mode against a fellow human is the best way to play it. It also solves the problem of having to wait for your go too, since this time can be handsomely filled goading your rival into making a mistake. Since you ask:
As well as receiving rave reviews the soundtrack to B-Boy has been nominated for a video games BAFTA and is to be released as an eighteen track CD to accompany the game. The bottom line:
A Hip-hop game without the violence but still plenty of action.
HARRISON DENT

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