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B-Boy

B-Boy (PSP) game cover art
Platform: PSP
Genre: Music
Developer: Evolved Games

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??/??/2008
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Reader Reviews

B-Boy review

Reviewed January 12, 2009

woodhouse says: "Usually, a title in the music genre churns out a set routine, and you dutifully follow along as best you can. But breakdancing is about creativity and expression, so it's no surprise that a game featuring this art steps out of the typical music mold. B-Boy lets you dictate the performance, delivering an opportunity to develop your own style. And it does it all with a sharp appearance and streetwise attitude. "
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