Unlike in the original Vendetta, the Crowd is actually useful now in Fight for NY. In certain venues, you may be fighting
in the middle of a crowd of people, or there might be a few people watching you fight. Now, instead of just taking up space,
the crowd is actually useful to you.
Depending on whose side the corwd is on(based on charisma) the crowd can act different ways.
If the crowd is on your side, you may throw our opponent into the crowd, and preform double teams with them. This can
be they may hold them down while you punch and kick them, they may preform a double team grapple move with you, they may throw
you them in the air and allow you to preform in air moves, or one crowd member may hold down an opponent, while another crowd
member hits them with an object. Remember, if the corwd is on you;re opponent's side, they may do this to you.
If the crowd is neutral(This is mostly in the beginning of the match) they may push you back into the action is you get
to close, or even hit you. If the match isn't really in your favor, they may just give you a weapon.
Some venues where you can interact with the crowd are: The Foundation, The Bablyon Nightclub, Gun Hill Garage, Hunt's
Point Scrapyard, Syn Energy Power Plant.
The Girlfriends of Fight for NY:
You enter the Babylon nightclub, when a certain girl catches your eye. You go up to her, but she brushes you off, seems
that you're not "big" enough to handle her. What do you do? Win her attention.
Returning from Vendetta is the girlfriend system where you try to hook up with a lady. But this isn't Vendetta, so the
girlfriend system is different. Instead of the girls fighting over you, you have to fight for their attention. You may do
this by winning fights, and dressing up in some of the newest clothing.
But once you do win over a girl, and your reputation is up, this opens up a whole world or options. Sometimes, a new girl
may come and try to steal you away from your current girlfriend. You can choose to stay with your current girl, or go with
the new one... both will result in a different serise of events.
Do you have what it takes to get with the virtual versions of Carmen Electra, Shawnna, Kimora Lee, Cindy J or Lil Kim?
Or maybe you want to hook up with characters made by EA like Shaniqua?
The Fighting Styles of Fight for NY:
New to Def Jam Fight for NY, are fighting styles. Each character has their own style,
which is a mix of 5 existing styles, with their own sub-styles.
Combine up to three of the five given fighting styles for your character to give
them their own unique style. These styles are: Kickboxing, Martial Arts, Submission fighting, Street fighting and wrestling.
But, within these five fighting styles, are sub-styles. For example, with martial
arts, your character can use karate, capoeira, tae kwon doe, etc.
For your created character, you will be able to pick which main fighting style you
want your character to master(Kickboxing, Martial Arts, Submission fighting, Street fighting and wrestling) and what sub-styles
you want your character to master(For example, some of Martial Arts' sub styles are karate, capoeira and tae kwon). You will
be able to learn moves from these move sets, to add to your character's move set to make a unique fighting style.
Now each fighting style is different, giving you different moves and ways to fight.
Here's what to expect from each fighting stlye:
*Martial Arts: With the fighting style Martial Arts, your character will mostly depend
on counter attacks and quick strikes. In addition, Martial artists are very strong on the defensive side. They can use the
environment to their advantage to preform powerful flying attacks, which can be used to KO your opponent.
-The Sub Style for Martial arts include: Jeet Kune Do, Karate, Baji Quan, Capoeria,
Drunken Boxing, Shaolin, Mantis, Tae Kwon Do, and Aikido.
*Kickboxing: With the fighting style Kickboxing, your character will mostly depend
on kicking and kicking attacks, but they can grapple their opponent and use some kick, punch and elbow combos. If they can
pull off these combos with success, then can finish them with a haymaker at the end, that will most likely KO their opponent.
*Submissions: With the fighting style Submission, your character will mostly depend
on getting your opponent to tap out. This can be done by aiming at a specific part of the body, and constantly using a submission
move that targets that body part. Sooner or later, your opponent is most likely to tap out.
*Street Fighting: With the fighting style Street Fighting, your character will mostly
depend on punch attacks, and punch combos, they can also use different throws, but are far less technical than ones you may
find with wrestlers. Street fighters can knock their opponent out with a nice haymaker punch.
*Wrestling: With the fighting stlye Wrestling, your character will mostly depend
on throws and holds, but their strikes are pretty slow compared to other fighting styles. The trademark is a nice KO deliverd
to an opponeny by a front or rear hard grapple.
also ground fighting. Getting your opponent to the ground, will give you a whole new way of fighting. Such as ground attacks,
and submission moves. You may also move away from your opponent, without even getting up.