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 is a party game. If you have friends that come by and play all the time, well this is the game for you. Though, I don't know that it's changed that much from Ready2Rumble1. Yeah you get some new characters and some new moves, but it's really just button mashing.
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Excerpt: I had a hard time when I got into fights as a child. While all the other kids learned how to fight by watching Rocky, I learned how to fight watching West Side Story. Needless to say, all my finger snapping and pirouettes did little to stop that left hook heading for my jaw.
Excerpt: Nowhere can boxing be funnier but in this sequel to redy 2 rumble. Its a very light hearted look at the world of boxing, just look at the line up of characters you can choose from. you'll find over a dozenat first, but more can be unlocked such as walking punchbag michael jackson.
Excerpt: Now let me get this straight. I like beat em ups. I like Ready to Rumble... but only for about an hour. Ready to Rumble was the first game I got with the PSII, and the first to go back to the shop. For some reason after the first few loads it stopped working.
Excerpt: I have never played the original Ready to Rumble and my interest in Beat 'em ups peaked with Street Fighter, but as one of the few release games for PS2 that looked worth buying, and without having to study for hours to produce combo's (a la Tekken TT), I thought i'd give it a bash.