Conclusion: If you happened to enjoy Vendetta, you should already be putting your shoes on to head out to the store to pick up Fight for NY, and if you didn’t play Vendetta you should really consider checking out this year’s version because it is really a step up.
Excerpt: When Def Jam Vendetta was originally announced, some gamers scoffed at the premise. A wrestling game with rappers?! Their jests were squashed as Vendetta provided an appealing story, plenty of famous artists to beat up (or play as in skirmish modes) and responsive controls.
Excerpt: Any game that has a record label name always tends to fill our hearts with dread. It screams marketing exercise and implies a game that would have the same level of game play as 'Barbie's show jumping adventures'.
Excerpt: More rough and tumble in ill-fitting, over-priced sports gear comes to XBox in the shape of this sequel to Def Jam Vendetta, the menacingly-titled Fight for New York. Having delivered the goods last year, developer AKI has upped the ante with FFNY.
Conclusion: streets back under his control. After customizing your character to look somewhat like yourself, for the player creation process isn’t as in depth as it should have been (much like any EA game), you can choose from five different fight styles to teach your fighter: Wrestling, Submission,...
Excerpt: The first Def Jam title revolved around a disgraced street brawler battling his way back into an underground fighting circuit to save his best friend and ex-girlfriend from a crime lord named D-Mob.
Excerpt: My hip-hop “career” started and ended in 1986 when my posse, The Brookview Boyz, performed a less than flattering little ditty at a Junior High talent show that scored rave reviews from the crowd and a six week string of detentions.
Excerpt: "Def Jam: Fight For NY on loistava tappelupeli EA:lta, jossa yhdistyy viisi taistelulajia sekä iso kasa tunnettuja rap-artisteja. Pelaaminen on hauskaa ja addiktiivista sekä yksin että moninpelinä. Harmi vain, että yksinpelitarina ei kestä kauaa. "