Excerpt: It's hard to tell if the designers of Red Bull BC were very innovative or rather lazy. You see, what we have here is a connect-the-dots break dancing game. I'm completely serious. Use your stylus to draw a line between the dots on the touch screen and if you can do it before the timer runs out your break dancer on the upper screen will bust his moves.
Excerpt: Even if the simple gameplay were tweaked to its maximum amount of enjoyment, no link is established to the main attraction: breakdancing. Sure, if I refrain from moving the stylus, my tiny dancer will passively bob to a generic beat. And when I complete a shape, his silhouette in the background pulls off some random move in sync with his full figure up on the top screen.
Summary: Red Bull BC One takes players to the international breakdance tournament that challenges B-boys and B-girls alike. Players control their break dancer by solving puzzles under strict time limits. Puzzles consist of drawing geometrical shapes, which will get more complex as the game progresses.
Excerpt: A sad, startling revelation came to me the other day. I’ve become that guy . You know, the fellow who’s still trying to be hip but has absolutely no clue about the current pop culture? The kind of person that spouts off outdated slang to his younger friends and ends up coming off like an idiot? Yeah, that guy . This stunning bout of self-awareness was caused by one thing: Red Bull BC One . What kind of name is that for a game?
Excerpt: Red Bull BC One est la compétition officielle de Break Dance. Retrouvez l'ambiance et toutes les sensations de cette grande compétition sur votre Nintendo DS. Résolvez des puzzles avec rapidité et dextérité afin d'exécuter les plus belles figures de danse sur un rythme endiablé. -...
Excerpt: Inspiré du tournoi de breakdance éponyme, Red Bull BC One vous propose de montrer vos talents de danseur, de contorsionniste et d'acrobate lors d'une série de battles spectaculaires. Titre issu d'un prototype jouable sur navigateur internet, Red Bull BC One affiche des graphismes très particuliers, assez proches de ce qu'on a pu observer dans les publicités dédiées aux Ipod.