Summary: This is the sequel to one of my favorite Dreamcast games. There are new boxers featured and even some suprise celelbrity charecters such as Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson, and Shaquille O'Neal. The graphics are nice and a little cartoony and the music is pretty standard.
Summary: This game sucks compared to the first one. I had a lot of fun playing the first one and when I first got my PS2 it was one of my first games, Ready to Rumble 2. I would not suggest for people to purchase this game or even to rent it. That is how much I dislike it.
Summary: As a new PS2 owner, I found this title fairly disappointing. Most of the graphics are pretty good, and it can be fun to play against others for a few rounds. However, the game really falls apart with its inconsistencies of play, and one-player gaming is an exercise in futility that no gamer should...
Summary: I had bought this game thinking it would be mostly for the kids but i dident like it on the dream cast but i bought it anyways and ya know what its a great fighting game has a lot of humor ,funny and takes skill to play but if you like alot of blood and gore this game aint for you.
Summary: I owned the first Ready to Rumble on the Dreamcast and loved it. I was really pleased after picking up the PS2 version and I have played it more in the last few weeks then I did the Dreamcast version in one year.
Summary: !!!I've got one word for this game. SWEET. its an awesome classic PS2 game, that you must have. The graphics are stunning and the options are awesome. My favorite part of the game is championship mode.