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Def Jam Fight For NY: The Takeover on PSP brings the hip hop stars and music from the PS2 to the PSP so it can be played anywhere and with a friend. We've kept the elements we felt made the PS2 version great such as the large number of fighters, different fighting styles, interactive venues, weapons and the extensive create a character. And we've added some depth with the theme of fight dirty. Now, before some matches even begin, the fighters will trade a few blows. This will randomly give either the player or the opponent a small advantage as they start the fight. You'll be able to throw sand in the eyes of your opponent and do nasty moves even when getting up off the ground. You'll be able to pin a player down to the ground and pummel them even while they're down. But we've also increased the ability for the player to catch and reverse moves to balance this out. We've added an extensive tutorial to help the player know and practice all the moves. But we've intentionally made some of them tough to pull off. You'll have a full arsenal of offensive and defensive moves but they won't all be easy.
A whole new story has been created and adapted to the PSP. You'll still earn cash and development points to buy new moves, increase your attributes. There will now be random events and the players can get jumped by another fighter when they least expect it. Another new feature is that the user will be able to recruit their own crew members about halfway through the story. This will give the ability to fight using chosen Def Jam characters in story mode rather than just the created character. So, if you're having a tough time with a particular fighter, possibly a different member of your crew with a different style might be able to win instead.
There will be a ton of unlockable characters, venues and music. We're also quite happy to include a gallery of unlockable art with original pictures of many of the hip hop artists and the in-game characters. Five specialty matches in addition to regular One on One will be included in both stand alone and Ad Hoc modes.