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Rumble Roses XX

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  Ultimate Guilty Pleasure

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When I first played the first game in the series I could have sworn I was in love. The concept is a truly wonderful idea - sexy women beating the snot out of each other at my command!
Rumble Roses XX is an interesting buy for 360 owners. Gameplay-wise there isn't really very much content and therefore the game can get quite repetative quickly. However, if you like this sort of game a certain satisfaction can be obtained from developing your favourite character from a scrawny wannabe to an all-powerful superstar.
XX's main attraction is the all new tag-team mode. After all, what's better than having two beautiful women battle it out? FOUR, that's what! New attractions such as the store and street fights mode help to maintain replayability, but I can only reccomend this fully to fans of the series.
However, if you want a cheap thrill, with actual skill needed to gain the rewards and of course, the beautiful women (seriously, they're BEAUTIFUL), XX delivers. At this price, I can reccomend it to all!

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  Rumble Roses XX

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This is the ultimate male "guilty pleasure" video game expereince (the 'Dead Or Alive' series isn't too far behind mind you).

It has functional presentation and options and limited long term value (though the Xbox Live option - which I don't have at time of writing - remedies this issue somewhat).

However, if you get this game for what it is and play it for what it is it more than does the job. Female wresting is sexy and fun, and this not only caters for that but has a strong aura of fetish about it. Having Reiko wrapped-up snake-like with Candy Cane maybe ultra shallow and adolescent, but that doesn't stop it being nice to do!

This game is no Bioshock and it shouln't be expected to be so. But if you want to cater for those ultra shallow cravings this is as good as it gets (for now). Good visuals too, and a really cheesy soundtrack.

It gets 3 out of 5 stars because it delivers on what the game was ultimatelty designed for.

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  WOW GREAT GRAPHICS 9/10 buy it now

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RUMBLE ROSES xx is a good womens wrestling and grappling game takes a while to get used to the buttons some of the outfits look dazzling the women look real some good camera angles the achievements are a pain takes ages can get a bit repetitive if you like divas wrestling buy it

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  an excellent pick up and play game

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GRAPHICS
Wow. The Rumble Roses ladies look amazing in ring, and during fight entrances.
This is a fun wrestling game for when you've got time to burn, and like watching virtual ladies fight (in embarrassing clothing if you want).

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  I'm ashamed having this game

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The worst game ever including games from sega and N64?
there is no point to this game ! it's all about modelling, there's hardly any wrestling moves available to do and the controls are terrible,it's just rubbish, only buy if it is £0.01 second hand!!!!

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  I don't understand...

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... the point of this game in the slightest!
The controls are just stupid, the moves are limited and there's just not enough emphasis on the wrestling. It's all about modelling and stuff too!
Just give it a miss and spend your money on getting your mrs new underwear instead!

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