IGN: B-Boy Review

Releasing a breakdancing game is a great idea, provided that you manage to capture the sense of the art form while keeping it accessible and flexible for players to truly create their own routines. B-Boy manages to capture some of its elements, such as the large numbers of dance moves and the transitions between steps, and a progression system that lets you improve your skills is a nice touch. However, the clunky controls, which are way too complicated and annoying to use, as well as battle elements that either don't work particularly well or sabotage each competition, hinder the overall gameplay. It would've been awesome if it worked, but as it stands, B-Boy is a lackluster rhythm title.

Presentation - 5.0
Graphics - 4.5
Sound - 8.0
Gameplay - 4.0
Lasting Appeal - 4.0
Overall -

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