B-Boy - PS2

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Also for: PSP
Viewed: 2D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Rhythm: Timing
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Developer: FreeStyle Soft. Co.: FreeStyle
Publishers: SCEE (GB)
Released: 29 Sept 2006 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 3+
Features: Vibration Function Compatible, Analogue Control Compatible: analogue sticks only
Accessories: Memory Card


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Developed by Freestyle Games, B-Boy allows you to battle through real Hip-Hop break-dancing culture, challenging the best B-Boys in the world on some of the greatest B-Boy stages. If you prove yourself and beat the best B-Boys on the planet, you will be presented with an Adidas sponsorship.

In the B-Boy Life mode, gamers must build up a crew and do battle against 40 real -life B-Boy superstars, including Crumbs, Lillou, Kamel, Ivan 'The Urban Action Figure', Hong10, Mouse and Crazy Legs - the original B-Boy, who is also the game MC and end- of-level boss. The game includes 21 authentic world locations, such as Redbull BC One, UK B-Boy Championships, IBE and Freestyle Sessions. To be the best, gamers must learn, develop and master more than 800 motion-captured moves taken from the real-life professionals. With an advanced control and animation system, B-Boy allows for full control of power moves, flare driven combos and stylish freezes.

For those of you who want instant action, the Arcade mode features one-on-one battles against rival dancers for either one or two players. B-Boy also lets players create, customise (winning battles allows you to kit out your dancer with the latest Adidas clothing) and upgrade their character. With more than 40 licensed Hip-Hop and classic funk tracks, mixed and scratched by in-game DJs, you would be forgiven in believing that you were actually at a real B-Boy event.


B-Boy - PS2 Artwork

B-Boy - PS2 Artwork

B-Boy - PS2 Artwork

B-Boy - PS2 Artwork

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