Summary: Rumble Roses on the PS2 is a game that if given a chance could satisfy both those after a decent wrestling game and those who just want a game to get reactions out of there friends. Whilst being bizarre and overly sexual the game still had some depth and solid mechanics that made it perfect. Dropping the well established developer for this 360 sequel really put the death sentence on this game.
Summary: The computer cheats; it can reverse your attacks the second you press the button to make them. Attacks and grapple attempts consistently visibly pass through the opponent without connecting. The computer can and will stunlock you for several minutes at a time. In tag team matches, the AI's partner will routinely run into the ring to break pins and holds but your partner will just stand in their corner and watch you lose if you're being held, and if the AI's partner...
Summary: Honestly the game didn't really had much direction. The game starts with just with map with multiple places where you choose to fight and the locker room where the characters can wear different outfits and that's it...There's no storyline at all and you have no idea who these characters are and there's no explanation on how to play the game.
Summary: I bought this because I had it originally and wanted to have it back in my collection. The only reason I got rid of it is when I was dumb enough to think trading in games was worth it for credit. I am glad to have this game back in my collection.
Summary: I might be an idiot, but do not order this product if you cannot read Japanese or do not own a japanese x-box. The ad says nothing about this, and I had no idea there was an issue until Amazon told me that Akibahara had not shipped the game. I'm sure all you tattoed gamers are laughing at me, but to those of you who don't know; don't bother.