D-Mob, after being arrested for involvement in a shooting, is broken out of police custody. Now, his crew is involved in a major turf war with Crow, with control of New York's underground at stake.

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Crow (voice)
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D-Mob (voice) (as Chris Judge)
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Blaze (voice)
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Sticky (voice)
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Magic (voice)
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Crack (voice)
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Doc (voice)
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Trejo (voice)
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O. E. (voice)
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Himself (voice)
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Herself (voice) (as Kimora Lee)
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At the conclusion of the big fight in Def Jam Vendetta, D-Mob, the gangster who controlled the New York underground, was arrested. His arrest is shortlived, however, as a young punk (the player) busts D-Mob out of police custody on his way to jail. But on the street, reputation and respect are everything, and D-Mob lost both. Another gangster by the name of Crow is muscling in on D-Mob's New York turf. The only way to get it back is to fight for it, in the clubs, the streets, the alleys and the basements. There's no holds barred and no holding back in the Fight for New York. Written by Anonymous

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Money. Power. Respect.... Forget the code! See more »

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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M | See all certifications »

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20 September 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover  »

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In the subway stage (125th st. subway station), the "1" train is running on that line. In real life, "1" train's 125th st. station is outside, not underground. See more »

Quotes

Trejo: [pointing gun at the hero] Say goodbye, bitch!
[realising it's out of clips]
Hero: [changing from a frightening look, to a more angry and self-confident look] Goodbye, bitch!
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Great story, sad ending.
8 March 2006 | by (Dinosaur Canyon) – See all my reviews

Def Jam: Fight for NY is a great game, and it's not short. Beginning in story mode, you have to train yourself to get stronger and face bigger, better fighters. During the long adventure, you'll start to build fame and gain a good reputation. At the end, those who hated you will have joined your side. To me, the ending feels sad because you started off unknown to the community and you've now became the true warrior- forever, with a well known standing name. Your once enemies are now your troops.

However, I think the producers lacked on the ending. So much movie clips in the beginning and so little in the end.

Graphics- Very clean and smooth. Frame skip is excellent and rarely any slowdowns.

Sound- Ouch! Do you hear all that bone-crunching and snapping? High quality sound effects makes you feel it!

Music- Sadly 25 artist tracks in the game.

Gameplay- Challenging to learn. That's why there's a gym to train you to become a pro in no time.

Replay value- Very high. If you love hip hop artists and movie stars and like to see them fight one-on-one, Def Jam is very fun to play. Over 30 characters and lots of stages to choose from. Some stages got rules like- Ring out, subway match, burn 'em and window match. Can't go bored.

Overall rating- 8/10.


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