Summary: I went to so many places trying to find this game. I should have followed my first mind and came to Amazon first. My son loves his Playstation 2, but he traded in all his games as he got more systems(He has XBOX 360, Playstation 3, WII, and PSP also). I was truly lucky to find this game.
Summary: In a strange move for Aki, instead of a straight up wrasslin' sequel to Vendetta, the game has become a fully 3D fighting game. I'm not talking about a game like Tekken or Virtua Fighter, where the graphics are 3D and where side-stepping may be important but gameplay is still mostly 2D based.
Summary: Def Jam Vendetta: Fight For NY may appear to be an easy way for EA Games and Def Jam to make some extra cash by employing hip hop acts to star in this game. However, it is a very intricate, well thought out fighting system that transcends the button smashing of many other games.
Summary: I got to give EA credit for this game. The graphic are the coolest i seen in a while. Sound of up to date, not the best only because i don't like Rap, hip hop, or R&B. A little rock would be cool, but then it might not make sense.
Summary: Def Jam Fight for New York is an evolution from the WWE wrestling games like WWE Smackdown! and Bring the Pain, and it really shows. The graphics are first class and the music and FX are better than any fight games on the market. The storyline and create-a-fighter modes are genuinely addictive.
Summary: I love fighting games, but I'm not as skilled with the more popular games, but I found Def Jam Fight for NY to be user friendly on the controls and to have a high level of entertainment factor to it.
Summary: If you are interested in buying a street fighting game. You should buy Def Jam Fight For NY. It is rated mature. So ask your parents to buy it cause you can fight your favorite rap stars like Snoop Dogg, Sean Paul, Fat Joe and some players from the prequal. It has the hottest blazins [specials].
Summary: Well I went into blockbuster one day and saw one copy left of thise game so I rented it and I think they did a really good job with the story and how you can use the money you win from fights and purchase cloths and jewelry and when you get farther on in the story which is kinda short but alot...
Summary: Okay, I admit, I bought Def Jam Vendetta simply because it was the first "wrestling" title that incorporated anything that resembled hip-hop culture. It was a great experience. So naturally, I bought Fight for NY.