|Digital Release:||PlayStation Portable
October 30, 2008 (EU)
September 30, 2009 (US)
|Delisting:||Between January and February 2020|
PlayStation Store page
Def Jam Fight For New York: The Takeover was delisted from the PlayStation Portable between late January and mid-February 2020. Google Cache captures show it was available as late as January 29th before its removal was first pointed out to the site on February 14th. The game was most likely delisted due to expired licensing of the rappers, celebrities, and music featured in the game. This was the only Def Jam Fight for New York title that was released digitally.
About the Game
“Take Your Fight to the Streets. PSP® System Exclusive Content – Featuring an all-new story, four brand-new venues, and 180 new moves to fight dirty with.“
Five Brutal Fighting Styles – Street fighting, kickboxing, martial arts, wrestling, and submission fighting – throw down with the technique that fits your style.
Interactive Venues – 24 venues including 4 new that include everything from destructible objects to rowdy spectators. Watch your back – even crowds can get into the action.
40 of the Biggest Names in Hip Hop – the hottest names in Hip Hop including Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe, Flava Flav, Freeway, Ghostface, Ice T, Joe Budden, Kimora Lee Simmons, Lil’ Kim, Ludacris, Method Man, Redman, Sean Paul, Slick Rick, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit, and many more.
Create-A-Fighter – Build your own street-ready fighter and outfit him with thousands of pieces unlockable bling, tattoos, and gear from Def Jam University, Jordan, Ecko Unlimited, Enyce, Phat Farm, Rocawear, Sean Jean, State Property, Zoo York, Reebock, and Fila brands.
Head-to-Head Wireless Fights – Take on your friends in a wireless battle or a 1-on-1 death match.
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Thanks to BCfan101 for submitting this game to the site