D-Mob, after being arrested for involvement in a shooting, is broken out of police custody. Now, his crew is involved in a major turf war with Crow, with control of New York's underground at stake.

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Crow (voice)
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Blaze (voice)
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Sticky (voice)
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Magic (voice)
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Doc (voice)
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Herself (voice) (as Kimora Lee)

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At the conclusion of the big fight in Def Jam Vendetta, D-Mob, the gangster who controlled the New York underground, was arrested. His arrest is shortlived, however, as a young punk (the player) busts D-Mob out of police custody on his way to jail. But on the street, reputation and respect are everything, and D-Mob lost both. Another gangster by the name of Crow is muscling in on D-Mob's New York turf. The only way to get it back is to fight for it, in the clubs, the streets, the alleys and the basements. There's no holds barred and no holding back in the Fight for New York. Written by Anonymous

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This game is being published by EA Games. The first game in the series was under the EA Sports Big label. See more »

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Ghostface Killah: Hey, this ain't no goddamn vacation, you better stay out there playing, bitch!
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Featured in X-Play: Don't Cross the Streams (2009) See more »

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A fighting game involving trains, fire, and Snoop dogg.
17 September 2009 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

Thanks to Def Jam: fight for New york, you can fight as your favorite Def Jam star.

While this game might glamorize street gangs and violence, and at the same time giving it an image that it teaches respect, it's by far one of the most fun fighters i've ever played. A stellar cast including Snoop Dogg, Ice-t, Chris Judge, Method Man, Danny Trejo, and Femme fatales like Lil' Kim, Carmen Electra and Kimora Lee Simmons, you're in for a fun ride.

The story begins after Gang leader D-mob is arrested at his illegal fight club. While being escorted by two cops to the police station, the car they are riding in is crashed, and D-mob is liberated by an unknown.

That's when you, the player comes in. One of the cops will talk to the sketch artist (the beautiful Lauren) and you get to pick what you initially look like.

D-mob then initiates you into his gang. Your role is to fight in the clubs, taking them over so they belong to D-mob, and at the same time, buying yourself new threads (clothes) new bling (jewelery) New ink (tattoos) and getting new hairstyles. Also, you will train to fight under the great Henry Rollins of the punk band, Black Flag.

I actually love this game, after playing it for over 2 years. I commented on it before, actually knocking the gamecube version, which was a big mistake. The cube version lacks a few things, but not the fun in the game, which is what really counts. If you don't like him, you can throw rapper Sean Paul in front of an oncoming subway train. Got a beef with the public enemy? You can set Flava Flav on fire. Think Lil' Kim can fly? Throw her out of a window if you'd like. You can even pimp an SUV with Xzibit by slamming his head against it repeatedly. The possibilities are near endless.

This one is a good party game. I recommend it, but due to it's increased popularity...it's price has gotten jacked up brutally in the last few years.

But it's worth playing.

9/10


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