Def Jam - Icon (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts Xbox 360 games
Description:Manufacturer: Electronic Arts / Genre: Fighting / Genre: Music / Max. Number Of Players: 2 / Release Date: 2007 / ... more
Def Jam - Icon (Xbox 360) ... Incorporating hip-hop culture into every aspect of the game, Def Jam: Icon delivers the intensity of a no-holds-barred street fight but with style and rhythm. Players can live out the life of a hip hop mogul, going from rags to riches. Music will effect how players fight in each venue and environmental interactions and hazards will become a key strategy to staying alive.
Newest Review: ... You then start to sign people to your label and make more money by increasing sales. Features This game differs from the ... more
Customer Def Jam - Icon (Xbox 360) Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/04/08 (Somewhat useful, 14 readings)
Just before i talk about this game i would just like to say it is one of top fighting game i have ever been on, it has a great story line and has all new characters, the best feature of this game i would say are the amazing 3d graphics they are just so realistic and make you feel like you are there... i would say the only downside to this game is how you can control the scenery and the background environment by control it is a bad point to this game,another downside to this game is how you control the attacks with the analogue sticks it gets really annoying having to spin it around to make an attack. In conclusion i would say this is a good game but not the best, if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/08 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I had played the demo for this game previously before I actually purchased the game, and instantly the graphics and the whole feel to the game was totally different to the previous titles (Def Jam: Fight for NY etc), it was eye catching and drew you in to it. The fact that the background environment came alive and you could control the music as well as the fact you could pick to be one of the famous rappers in this game was the main reasons I purchased this game. This is a fighting game and please note that there is a lot of violence in this game. You can pick to play as one of the rappers or make your own unique character. The aim of the game is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Introduction Def jam have had two other games. They were fun but rather cartoonish with unrealistic battles and stupid special moves. So when icon came out I picked it up on play station 3. Plot The plot is very sketchy at the start but from what I can make out timberland hires you as a body guard and you and him then set about making a music record. To do this you need money and contacts so you become fists for hire to beat up rival rappers and peoples stalkers and enemies. You then start to sign people to your label and make more money by increasing sales. Features This game differs from the other two as you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/08 (Useful, 9 readings)
Def Jam Icon is a fighting game for the Microsoft Xbox 360 games console. This game allows you to take your favourite rappers and hip hop stars into battle against each other, sounds like fun! The fighting in this game is actually quite innovative as you must use to beat of the music to attack your opponent. This is quite hard to explain but it works well. Once you use the beat properly your opponent will be attacked by apart of the arena. That is about all that is good in this game, the basic hand to hand fighting is slow and its cumbersome. They have taken out the extreme wrestling moves from the previous games which is very ... Read the complete review
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