Rumble Roses XX Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Konami
  • Release Date: Mar 28, 2006
User Score
6.5

Mixed or average reviews- based on 30 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 30
  2. Negative: 7 out of 30
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  1. Oct 30, 2016
    10
    Best lesbian fighting ever! Great sexy girls,a lot of different techniques,cool metal songs, and unrivaled gameplay.Great exclusive for X-box 360! The owners of PC and Playstation envy and cry.
  2. Aaace5
    Apr 3, 2007
    10
    Games like this are good for the industry. They are different from what everyone else is making! If it weren't for developers trying to do something different, we would be playing games called something like "Shooter part 23", which would be the 23rd version of the same game. Don't hate the game because it doesn't interest you, hate it for it's playability or something.
  3. J.DeWeese
    Mar 29, 2006
    9
    First off I love wrestling games. The PS2 Smackdown series is ok but its a bit twitchy and fast for me. I loved and prefer the Def Jam (Original) and No Mercy style games. On this note, RRXX plays like a simplified Smackdown with a slower pace. You do not have to be a hamster on crack to keep up with the game play. Secondly, I love games that have T&A in them. Outlaw Golf, DoA:BV, and First off I love wrestling games. The PS2 Smackdown series is ok but its a bit twitchy and fast for me. I loved and prefer the Def Jam (Original) and No Mercy style games. On this note, RRXX plays like a simplified Smackdown with a slower pace. You do not have to be a hamster on crack to keep up with the game play. Secondly, I love games that have T&A in them. Outlaw Golf, DoA:BV, and Kingdom Under Fire just to name a few. I say this because I want you, the reader, to understand where I am coming from. I did not put RRXX in my 360 and expect anything but a T&A softcore show. Well I was very shocked to find a really good wrestling game behind RR. It even plays very well! Remember RAW and RAW 2 on the xbox? It was a very poor game but people wanted to enjoy it. Well if RAW would have played this well it would have beaten the Smackdown series without breaking a sweat. I am not saying RRXX is the end all of wrestling games. I AM saying it plays like a dream and online is really fun. The single player is good but no real story line hinders it a bit in my eyes. Multiplayer is wonderful and I would love to see some online leagues startup. Do I think it is for everyone? No. If you love T&A and Wrestling you could do alot worse. I want to see better wrestling games on the 360 personally. Supporting RRXX will go a long way to showing the big Microsoft that we want it on our 360. MY RATINGS: Fun (How much fun am I having): Drool... Graphics (As relates to how well they help or enhance the game): Beautiful Sound (How well does the sound help the game): Very Good. Longevity (How long is it and will I play it more than once. Including Multiplayer): 5 Months or So. BS Curve (How much bad hype, comments, and reviews have I heard of or read and agree with): A little bit. Gamer Target (Who this game is best suited for): Wrestling Fans, T&A lovers, GLOW Fans. Similar games: Rumble Roses, Dead or Alive Beach Volleyball, and Outlaw Golf Final Grade: A very good game for wrestling fans but it will not make you a fan unless you love T&A a great deal. Expand
  4. George
    May 27, 2007
    8
    This game has gotten a bad rap. The gameplay is fun, the character models are crisp and well done, and it is visually stunning. Get the semi-puritanical hocus pocus that these "professional game critics" are peddling to you about how this game is porn out of your head. The same was never said for any of the DOA games, Lara Croft, or any other game that contains female characters. The one This game has gotten a bad rap. The gameplay is fun, the character models are crisp and well done, and it is visually stunning. Get the semi-puritanical hocus pocus that these "professional game critics" are peddling to you about how this game is porn out of your head. The same was never said for any of the DOA games, Lara Croft, or any other game that contains female characters. The one thing that could be changed is the repetitive nature of the game. It suffers in the "replayability" field. Expand
  5. Oct 8, 2010
    8
    This game gets such bad rap, its a shame really. The gameplay is simple, controls are mostly tight. Graphics are quite nice for its time, I mean, this was one of the first wave of 360 games, was it not? Its fun and accessible as well. The only real problems I have with this game are: 1. the poorly structured unlock system. To go through the sometimes absolutely rediculous requirement ofThis game gets such bad rap, its a shame really. The gameplay is simple, controls are mostly tight. Graphics are quite nice for its time, I mean, this was one of the first wave of 360 games, was it not? Its fun and accessible as well. The only real problems I have with this game are: 1. the poorly structured unlock system. To go through the sometimes absolutely rediculous requirement of unlocking a costume or something, only to have to buy it from the shop after you "unlock" it? That's kinda dumb. 2. the character customization could use some serious work, but its certainly not the worst feature of its type I've seen, and its only a first for this series, and I suppose a last. considering they most likely won't put forth the effort for a third entry.

    Other than that, its pretty much solid to me. Games like this never really get a fair shake anyway. It brings something different from the norm to the table, and apparently that's not good.
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Metascore
62

Mixed or average reviews - based on 54 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 54
  2. Negative: 6 out of 54
  1. Play Magazine
    70
    It's thorny, to be sure, and the caveat remains: handle these roses with care. [Apr 2006, p.59]
  2. If you're looking for some quick and easy fun, it's here. However, if you're looking for some depth in the wrestling engine, you'll need to wait for a next generation "Smackdown."
  3. Rumble Roses XX introduces a few positives into the original game's formula, but too much of the content feels recycled, and the game's sense of sexuality is still rather unseemly.