Ok for a day or two, but not much replay value after that.
Micheal Hunt, Amazon
24 February 2013
Summary: So, after reviewing The Guy Game, I notice Amazon is saying others who bought that item also bought this title here. I had no idea if this was some sort of cheesy attempt to lure in pervs who get off on seeing female shaped bodies molded from polygons, or if it might just be a decent wrestling game? It's not hard to figure out that this is a female wrestling game, but not designed for females, no, it's about as sexist as it can get.
Summary: Ok so i guess ill say it.I purchased rumble roses for the many "Assets"it offers.I mean who actually bought this game for the wrestling.Ive played this game and on several occasions had to replace a controller.Its funny you beat the crap out of your opponent and they all of a sudden pull a hulkamania and get all their energy back and in just a few moves your pinned.I mean really!It cant be stressed enough this game is for the really lonely!
Summary: If you like B-movies that are so bad, they're good, you might like the story mode which kinda feels like a twist-a-plot book where you get to see things from different aspects depending which character you select 1st. I pretty much solved the 20 story modes & it landed on my shelf. At really only 11 characters, it just doesn't have much depth.
Summary: I don't play wrestling games much, but I played this because of the concept and the price. (I got it new for $5.00.) Female wrestlers who are half naked? It almost can't go wrong. The game itself is nice to look at, and the controls are easy to master. The instruction booklet could have used more work, though, and the game is a little too easy at times. The mud matches are nothing to get excited about, either, and the music was bad. The characters' backstories?
Summary: Well lets see here... I waited long enough to write a review about Rumble Roses so... I guess here goes. Let me first say that I picked this game up for the same reason I'm sure every guy picked this game up... and we all know what that was. I know that the XBox 360 version of this game, Rumble Roses XX, is better than the PSX2 version... simply a more up-to-date game and system.
Excerpt: "...in that market segment what Rumble Roses leaves you with is an average wrestling game which plays quite well but also could do a lot better. So intent are they in helping men get their rocks off that in gallery mode you get to choose a wrestler and then watch her do some stretches in the changing rooms, it had the feeling of being in the middle of a Porkies movie. The other available modes are a story mode and exhibition mode. In the story mode ...