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Flow: Urban Dance Uprising

Dance, Sucka!

Ubisoft simply insists you get your groove on, which should explain why they've sent Flow: Urban Dance Uprising to retail today.
Author: Kyle Sutton
Published: November 15, 2005
We know your type. "Too kiddy!," you scorn in regards to DDR. "Pump It Up: Exceed? Ok, this is a bit more 'with it,' but still not tough enough for me!" Ah, but then Ubisoft shuffles along a little breakdancing game by the name of Flow: Urban Dance Uprising, and it's only then you shriek, "Finally! A rhythm action game that suits my urban needs!" We're glad you're happy.


For those of you who need a bit more convincing than that (the majority of you, we pray), Flow does indeed sport a laundry list of worthy features, not the least of which is a collection of 50 urban dance tracks with tracks from famous hip hop artists, including old-school luv from the Sugarhill Gang, Kurtis Blow, and Eric B & Rakim. Also here are six gameplay modes (with three difficulty levels a pop), three of which are party modes supporting 8-player action, 10 dancers to choose from, 10 environments more urban than we can detail with words, a whopping 100+ distinctive dance moves, and even EyeToy support. But do you really want to witness yourself acting a fool on camera?

Flow: Urban Dance Uprising has got the party started in stores as we speak. Word has it you're on the invitation list, now git!