Double B’s are not near as much as Double D’s If you invite your hot asian girl friend over to show her how you have the moves…. Don’t show her this or she will laugh at your sorry…. and leave you cold. But if you are a poser who doesn’t have the $200 for two dance pads and Dance Dance Revolution, this will do for about $10. Is it 1/20th as good as DDR? Probably not.
â€œBoom Boom Rocketâ€ Brings Rhythm to the Night on Xbox Live Arcade
A new original title rockets onto Xbox Live Arcade from Bizarre Creations (the creators of the critically acclaimed â€œGeometry Wars: Retro Evolvedâ€) and publisher Electronic Arts. â€œBoom Boom Rocketâ€ will be available for download on Xbox Live Arcade for Xbox 360 beginning Wednesday, Apr. 11, at 0900 GMT (2:00 a.m. PDT).
The addictive and original â€œBoom Boom Rocketâ€ is the first music-rhythm game to appear on Xbox Live Arcade. Players trigger rockets to the beat of the music while traveling through a 3D cityscape. The better the player times the explosions, the more spectacular the fireworks effect. The fireworks are choreographed to 10 original tracks created by Ian Livingstone, who recently scored â€œBatman Returnsâ€ and â€œProject Gotham Racing 2.â€
â€œBoom Boom Rocketâ€ will be available for 800 Microsoft Points and will first launch in the U.S. Canada, and Europe. The title is rated â€œEâ€ for Everyone (except in Germany, where it currently is unrated). The game also will be available in the near future in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore Australia, and New Zealand.
- Two single player gameplay modes â€“ Normal and Speed
- Two single console multiplayer head-to-head modes â€“ Battle and Endurance
- Practice Mode
- Freestyle mode â€“ No target line or scoring, just mash buttons to create cool fireworks shows
- Earn up to 12 Achievements and 200 Gamerscore points
More information is available at http://www.xbox.com/games/livearcade.