10 Video Games That Were Much Better Than They Were Supposed to Be
The 50 Cent games were not the first to capitalize on the popularity of hip-hop in the early-mid 2000s. Def Jam Vendetta, featuring rappers like DMX, Scarface, Ludacris and a whole bunch of others throwing it down on the ring, was surprisingly good. We all know Electronic Arts doesn’t like adding anything to sequels, but when Fight For NY came out, it was pleasantly surprising. The action felt much more “hood” being taken out of the ring and into the streets, more immersive with a custom character for the story mode and much deeper with the ability to mix and match multiple fighting styles. It still remains one of the most innovative fighting games in history.