Flow: Urban Dance Uprising PlayStation 2

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  • Summary: Feel the flow. Everybody’s got a story to tell. In Urban Dance, you tell it with your body. Whether you’re old school, pioneering fresh moves, or new to breakdancing altogether, you’ll find fresh beats and challenges in Flow: Urban Dance Uprising, the first-ever breakdancing game where youFeel the flow. Everybody’s got a story to tell. In Urban Dance, you tell it with your body. Whether you’re old school, pioneering fresh moves, or new to breakdancing altogether, you’ll find fresh beats and challenges in Flow: Urban Dance Uprising, the first-ever breakdancing game where you actually get up and move. Host dance battles, get fit, and master up to 300 moves from all schools of Urban Dance. Rhythm scores you points; style scores respect. Express your skills and style to 50 current, licensed hip-hop tracks. Learn the foundations of Urban Dance in Easy mode, and challenge yourself with fly power moves as you advance through Medium and Expert. Establish your character’s rep across town in 100 single-player challenges and unlock songs, power moves, custom interfaces, and more. Break out your dance pad and master up to 300 moves per character. Or, try them out with your Dual shock 2 controller. Develop your moves and stamina in three single-player modes, then battle against friends in Versus, Break Style, and 8-player Competition mode. Pick from 10 different b-boys and girls, or watch yourself dance using the Sony USB Camera Eye Toy. [Ubisoft] Collapse
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  1. It's really difficult to connect with a song first time through if you're not familiar with it even though you're reading the arrows correctly. You may have to listen to the track a number of times to get the feeling down.
  2. My other major complaint about the game is with the difficulty levels. The difficulty levels are fairly lopsided, Easy is too easy for someone who has played any other dance games, Medium is a huge jump up from it, and I was really not ready for it, then there is the hard setting which is just crazy.
  3. 70
    While multiplayer mode and the workout options are nice inclusions, Flow doesn't offer anything beyond what you'll find in the latest installment of "DDR."
  4. 60
    Although gamers who never got into other dance games won’t find much incentive to get jiggy with Flow, there’s enough variation here to make it worth a look for fans looking for new dancing frontiers.
  5. Original it is not, this is "DDR" clone all the way. And not even a memorable one.
  6. The only thing that really sets Flow apart is its music. While "DDR" occasionally throws a hip-hop-flavored track in with the J-pop, Flow is 100 percent Brooklyn block party, circa 1981.
  7. Official Playstation 2 Magazine UK
    50
    Literally minutes of entertainment. There's nothing really wrong with it but matching symbols really feels more like a medical reaction test rather than a must-play game. [Feb 2006, p.99]

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