Summary: If you like games where you can go crazy and dance you won't like this game at all.The number 1 problem i had with it is the controls what's wrong with them its so hard to do the moves you unlock. The number 2 problem i had with is the challenge is extremly hard.If you whant a good danceing game get dance dance revelution.It wont save auto.Overall its a pretty bad game.I wond not recamend this game.I wish i have not bought it.The storyline is pretty bad, the controls...
Summary: I just got this game and it is great, I'm a B-Boy myself so I can appriciate what THEY HAVE DONE WITH THIS GAME. All the moves are 100% authentic like you where Break Dancing your self. If you are looking for something not as repetitive as Dance Dance Revolution then this is the game to play you can make your on character while playing livin' the life mode which is like a career mode in a sports game and get down to breaking.
B-Boy (PS2): Chillin' in the club in my B-Boy stance
28 August 2007
Summary: B-Boy is the only game out there which allows you to have a full experience of a the life of a breaker. Livin' Da Life You can choose to play 'Livin' Da Life' Mode which takes you from rags to riches, and enables you to take your talent and improve it til your ready to take it to the street to face up-and comers, followed by the biggest dancers in the clubs and finally the pros.
Excerpt: "...Sweat The Technique" - Eric B & Rakim "Juice" - Eric B & Rakim "Way Cool" - Freestyle Felloewship "The Life Of a Party" - Jackson 5 "i Believe In Miracles" - Jackson Sisters "Rated X" - Kool And The Gang "Open Sesame" - Kool And The Gang "Love To The World" - LTD "Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter" - Nina Simone "Soul Clap" - Show Biz and AG "Make Room" - Tha Alkaholiks "Rock Creek Park" - The Blackbyrds" "Sam Old Thing" The Meters "Yellow ...
The first ever break dancing game on ps2 couldn't have gone much better!
adam prendi "prendi", amazon.co.uk
19 February 2007
Summary: Febuary 2007-i was looking on you tube at beat boxing and as i was scrolling down i saw "B-boy" and i thought id click on it, to have a look what it was,i was stunned the graphics were great and the exicutions of the moves were brilliant! this was the next game id get, i did, it was definatley money worth spent, some of the moves are ace!
Summary: I bought this game just the other day mainly because i was curious as to what a breakdancing game would be like, i actually didn't expect it to be that good because it is aimed at such a niche audience and i thought it would not need to be a good game for people to buy it because it would rely on the game being unique. But i couldn't have been more wrong.
Summary: i brought this game on the day it came out because basically i have been after a breakdancing game for years i usually wait for a game to be out a few months as the price drops and you can get second hand but this is one game i wanted on the day of release,i suppose i took a bit of a gamble as a few of the reviews said it wasn't that good but i love it.
What many have spoken about but few imagined it would ever happen....
P. Ozua, amazon.co.uk
1 October 2006
Summary: This is the kind of game that those who have been b-boying (breakdancing) have spoken of for years. Its always been hard to imagine how it would ever work but Freestyle Games have really captures the technical side of breakin. The way that moves link and are transitioned into shows real attention to detail. It boogles the mind what kind of juggling the programmers had to do to create so many transitions for this game!