Summary: I played the first two Def Jam games and was familiar with the wrestling-esc controls, so when I heard that Def Jam Icon would gut that system out for a more boxing-oriented game (similar with Fight Night), I was skeptical. I found the Fight Night titles to be overly confusing so I expected to pick this up and hate it. When reviewers gave it negative scores, I was wondering whether or not I should bother even renting the game. Suffice to say, I was pleasantly surprised.
Summary: i like the musica mucho pero hate the controls, however i bought it because it was @ a great price. Story is alright but if comparing the whole game to the past ones all around "fight for new york" wins, besides the good grafix itz not much
Summary: Here's the thing: there's so many cool things about DJ:I that's it's hard to write it off entirely, but at the end of the day it's supposed to be a fighting game and it's not very good at that foundamental. Now I think there's massive value in being able to drop together a playlist on my laptop and stream it to the game. It is easily this game's greatest asset, followed by sharp visuals and stylized graphics.
Summary: I was greatly upset when I started to play this game. It did not live up to its expectations. I've played, beat, and was a big fan of the Def Jam series. Although like most 360 games it does not play good. The storyline was impressive and good. You become a music producer. Sign and produce hip hop artists. Full money management of record sales. That is very original and fun in a fight game for sure that gets a 10.
Summary: I bought his game... with the hope to find a very similar experience that I have with Def Jam: Fight for NY, but it wasn't that good... the game is based more in the discography industry, than a story like its predecesor... It's just an average game...
Summary: This is my first def jam game and I'm not really into the hip hop scene, so I had low low expectations about it, especially with all the bad reviews here (although the critic reviews for this game were not that bad). It boils down to this, if you're into frenetic fighting games with 20+ selectable players each with a dozen special moves you have to memorize and practice in order to master the game, then move along.
Summary: This game doesnt have the same vast worls like others. Its simply a fighting game with a few extras(clothing, jewelery and artist management). wwould have liked it more if was like the GTA series or Saints Row.
Summary: I think that this game is OK because im a fan of it. I have played many def jam games but this one is not really good. The music is good but there aren't many songs in the game and i got bored after playing the game for one day. The graphics is good. The fighting styles is SUCH. THE PSP VERSION OF DEF JAM IS BETTER THAN THIS ONE. One thing i like about this game is the clothes. You customize your character and the clothes is FREAKING HOT. i wish i have those clothes.