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.
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.
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.
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).
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.