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When it comes to the Gamecube there are definitley some games that stand out better on this system than they do in others, Viewtiful Joe was one of those games and now he's back with his sequel "Red Hot Rumble" this is one of those games that I never seen cheap and still haven't to date so you may need to fork out a bit of cash on this one. But is it worth it? I'm gonna say yes, and here's the lowdown Graphics - Well for this type of fighting game it's ideal, it reminds me of japanese cartoon but thats no bad thing as the graphics are excellent in all areas. Gameplay - Surprisingly fun, not that I didn't expect to enjoy it but it's easy to get a hold of theres plenty of moves to do and stuff and none of it takes too much memorising to do them. Sound - Generic Japanese tunes is the best I can use to describe this, same sort of stuff you'll find in Gran Turismo but the sound effects are great. All in I really liked this game, it gave you challenge as you tried to get Captain Blue back to his rightful place as a super-hero? That make sense? Didn't think so. Just have a go and see for yourself
Captain Blue has retired from being a superhero and has decided to direct a movie. He's having a problem casting the lead role, though. So along with his sexy assistant, Sprocket, Captain Blue hatches a plan to hold an audition in the form of a series of all-out brawls. The toughest and most stylish will certainly win, and that someone will be cast as the lead in the movie.