Break dancing game spins onto PS2s
Flow: Urban Dance Uprising brings street cred to rhythm games with B-boy-influenced moves, hip-hop soundtrack.
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Yeah boyee! Ubisoft today dropped Flow: Urban Dance Uprising into stores for all the PlayStation 2 heads out there. Previously known simply as Urban Dance Uprising, the game was developed by Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M), the creators of rap-karaoke game Get on Da Mic.
In Flow, would-be B-boys and fly girls can get their freak on to 50 different urban dance tracks, including tracks from Erik B & Rakim and The Sugarhill Gang. By timing steps to onscreen cues, gamers' avatars can do helicopters, headspins, and other joint-dislocating maneuvers. There are 10 different characters to choose from, support for the EyeToy camera peripheral, and a multiplayer mode for up to eight players.
Flow: Urban Dance Uprising is rated T for Teen and retails for $39.99.