History VideoGame / RumbleRoses

17th Nov '17 5:11:57 AM PF
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As right now there is one {{sequel}}, ''Rumble Roses XX'' for the UsefulNotes/Xbox360. It introduced three new modes (Tag Team, Queens Match and Street Fight) as well as a very unelaborate create-a-wrestler feature. It also introduced "[[SuperMode Superstar]]" personas for each character's face and heel modes. Unfortunately, it featured no storyline mode at all, and an incredibly labyrinthine and time-consuming method of unlocking characters and rewards. Additionally, the extras like Queens Mode, Street Fight, the shoddy create-a-wrestler system and the playable bear proved very unpopular overseas. While ''Rumble Roses'' is generally considered to be a decent game, ''Rumble Roses XX'' was enough of a flop that it seems to have [[FranchiseKiller brought the series to an end]]. The series fell into obscurity with the closest to a revival being Reiko making a playable cameo in Super VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} R. Oh, and there's also a Japan-only slot machine game called Rumble Roses 3D, but that's another story.

Now with a [[Characters/RumbleRoses character sheet]].

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As right now there is one {{sequel}}, ''Rumble Roses XX'' for the UsefulNotes/Xbox360. It introduced three new modes (Tag Team, Queens Match and Street Fight) as well as a very unelaborate create-a-wrestler feature. It also introduced "[[SuperMode Superstar]]" personas for each character's face and heel modes. Unfortunately, it featured no storyline mode at all, and an incredibly labyrinthine and time-consuming method of unlocking characters and rewards. Additionally, the extras like Queens Mode, Street Fight, the shoddy create-a-wrestler system and the playable bear proved very unpopular overseas. While ''Rumble Roses'' is generally considered to be a decent game, ''Rumble Roses XX'' was enough of a flop that it seems to have [[FranchiseKiller brought the series to an end]]. The series fell into obscurity with the closest to a revival being Reiko making a playable cameo in Super ''Super VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} R. Oh, and there's R''. There's also a Japan-only slot machine game called Rumble titled ''Rumble Roses 3D, but that's another story.

Now with a [[Characters/RumbleRoses character sheet]].
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16th Nov '17 1:55:18 PM SilverSupernova
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As right now there is one {{sequel}}, ''Rumble Roses XX'' for the UsefulNotes/Xbox360. It introduced three new modes (Tag Team, Queens Match and Street Fight) as well as a very unelaborate create-a-wrestler feature. It also introduced "[[SuperMode Superstar]]" personas for each character's face and heel modes. Unfortunately, it featured no storyline mode at all, and an incredibly labyrinthine and time-consuming method of unlocking characters and rewards. Additionally, the extras like Queens Mode, Street Fight, the shoddy create-a-wrestler system and the playable bear proved very unpopular overseas. While ''Rumble Roses'' is generally considered to be a decent game, ''Rumble Roses XX'' was enough of a flop that it seems to have [[FranchiseKiller brought the series to an end]]. The series fell into obscurity with the closest to a revival being Reiko making a cameo in Super VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} R. Oh, and there's also a Japan-only slot machine game called Rumble Roses 3D, but that's another story.

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As right now there is one {{sequel}}, ''Rumble Roses XX'' for the UsefulNotes/Xbox360. It introduced three new modes (Tag Team, Queens Match and Street Fight) as well as a very unelaborate create-a-wrestler feature. It also introduced "[[SuperMode Superstar]]" personas for each character's face and heel modes. Unfortunately, it featured no storyline mode at all, and an incredibly labyrinthine and time-consuming method of unlocking characters and rewards. Additionally, the extras like Queens Mode, Street Fight, the shoddy create-a-wrestler system and the playable bear proved very unpopular overseas. While ''Rumble Roses'' is generally considered to be a decent game, ''Rumble Roses XX'' was enough of a flop that it seems to have [[FranchiseKiller brought the series to an end]]. The series fell into obscurity with the closest to a revival being Reiko making a playable cameo in Super VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} R. Oh, and there's also a Japan-only slot machine game called Rumble Roses 3D, but that's another story.
16th Nov '17 1:48:16 PM SilverSupernova
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As right now there is one {{sequel}}, ''Rumble Roses XX'' for the UsefulNotes/Xbox360. It introduced three new modes (Tag Team, Queens Match and Street Fight) as well as a very unelaborate create-a-wrestler feature. It also introduced "[[SuperMode Superstar]]" personas for each character's face and heel modes. Unfortunately, it featured no storyline mode at all, and an incredibly labyrinthine and time-consuming method of unlocking characters and rewards. Additionally, the extras like Queens Mode, Street Fight, the shoddy create-a-wrestler system and the playable bear proved very unpopular overseas. While ''Rumble Roses'' is generally considered to be a decent game, ''Rumble Roses XX'' was enough of a flop that it seems to have [[FranchiseKiller brought the series to an end]]. Oh, and there's also a Japan-only slot machine game called Rumble Roses 3D, but that's another story.

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As right now there is one {{sequel}}, ''Rumble Roses XX'' for the UsefulNotes/Xbox360. It introduced three new modes (Tag Team, Queens Match and Street Fight) as well as a very unelaborate create-a-wrestler feature. It also introduced "[[SuperMode Superstar]]" personas for each character's face and heel modes. Unfortunately, it featured no storyline mode at all, and an incredibly labyrinthine and time-consuming method of unlocking characters and rewards. Additionally, the extras like Queens Mode, Street Fight, the shoddy create-a-wrestler system and the playable bear proved very unpopular overseas. While ''Rumble Roses'' is generally considered to be a decent game, ''Rumble Roses XX'' was enough of a flop that it seems to have [[FranchiseKiller brought the series to an end]]. The series fell into obscurity with the closest to a revival being Reiko making a cameo in Super VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} R. Oh, and there's also a Japan-only slot machine game called Rumble Roses 3D, but that's another story.
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16th Oct '17 2:41:51 PM tsstevens
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* FinishingMove: Picture Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin's Stunner or Wrestling/TheUndertaker's Tombstone. These girls dish out vicious airborne versions as standard and they get more exotic, complex and unrealistic from there. H-KO (humiliation submissions) vary from, well, presenting your opponent in a sexual manner to grounded knees until they are forced to tap out. Double team finishers are also possible.
17th Jun '17 6:39:53 PM nombretomado
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As right now there is one {{sequel}}, ''Rumble Roses XX'' for the {{Xbox 360}}. It introduced three new modes (Tag Team, Queens Match and Street Fight) as well as a very unelaborate create-a-wrestler feature. It also introduced "[[SuperMode Superstar]]" personas for each character's face and heel modes. Unfortunately, it featured no storyline mode at all, and an incredibly labyrinthine and time-consuming method of unlocking characters and rewards. Additionally, the extras like Queens Mode, Street Fight, the shoddy create-a-wrestler system and the playable bear proved very unpopular overseas. While ''Rumble Roses'' is generally considered to be a decent game, ''Rumble Roses XX'' was enough of a flop that it seems to have [[FranchiseKiller brought the series to an end]]. Oh, and there's also a Japan-only slot machine game called Rumble Roses 3D, but that's another story.

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As right now there is one {{sequel}}, ''Rumble Roses XX'' for the {{Xbox 360}}.UsefulNotes/Xbox360. It introduced three new modes (Tag Team, Queens Match and Street Fight) as well as a very unelaborate create-a-wrestler feature. It also introduced "[[SuperMode Superstar]]" personas for each character's face and heel modes. Unfortunately, it featured no storyline mode at all, and an incredibly labyrinthine and time-consuming method of unlocking characters and rewards. Additionally, the extras like Queens Mode, Street Fight, the shoddy create-a-wrestler system and the playable bear proved very unpopular overseas. While ''Rumble Roses'' is generally considered to be a decent game, ''Rumble Roses XX'' was enough of a flop that it seems to have [[FranchiseKiller brought the series to an end]]. Oh, and there's also a Japan-only slot machine game called Rumble Roses 3D, but that's another story.
19th Jan '17 7:11:40 PM Xtifr
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In 2004, Creator/{{Konami}} decided to put a foot in a genre that is rarely touched by video game companies, the wrestling genre (well, at least outside Japan) which in the last years was in the hands of {{THQ}}, the holder of the Wrestling/{{WWE}} license. However, to the surprise of many, Konami announced that this game would feature an all female cast (this may have been related to the announcement of ''[[Franchise/DeadOrAlive Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball]]'' around that time). The end result was a big {{fanservice}} extravaganza, with 10 ladies (each with her own {{face}} and a {{heel}} persona) wearing quite [[{{Stripperiffic}} revealing]] outfits, appealing to various fetishes. Aside from these regular in-ring costumes, they would also wear swimsuits for beach-side mud wrestling matches. Fanservice aside, ''Rumble Roses'' actually has good gameplay and nice graphics.

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In 2004, Creator/{{Konami}} decided to put a foot in a genre that is rarely touched by video game companies, the wrestling genre (well, at least outside Japan) which in the last years was in the hands of {{THQ}}, Creator/{{THQ}}, the holder of the Wrestling/{{WWE}} license. However, to the surprise of many, Konami announced that this game would feature an all female cast (this may have been related to the announcement of ''[[Franchise/DeadOrAlive Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball]]'' around that time). The end result was a big {{fanservice}} extravaganza, with 10 ladies (each with her own {{face}} and a {{heel}} persona) wearing quite [[{{Stripperiffic}} revealing]] outfits, appealing to various fetishes. Aside from these regular in-ring costumes, they would also wear swimsuits for beach-side mud wrestling matches. Fanservice aside, ''Rumble Roses'' actually has good gameplay and nice graphics.
24th Jul '15 8:57:44 AM PF
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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: The girls' heads and hair repel the mud in the mud matches. There's also no blood in this game, even though blood was at the time that [=RR1=] came out commonplace in wrestling games.

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* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: The girls' heads and hair repel the mud in the mud matches. There's also no blood in this game, even though blood was at the time that [=RR1=] came out commonplace in wrestling games.games at the time the original ''Rumble Roses'' was released.



* RecycledPremise: In ''Rumble Roses XX's'' 'Queen's Match' mode, the loser of each match is subjected to public humiliation, which is similar to another [[Anime/VariableGeo all-girl fighting series that came years before it...]] involving combat waitresses.

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* RecycledPremise: In ''Rumble Roses XX's'' 'Queen's Match' XX'''s Queen's Match mode, the loser of each match is subjected to public humiliation, which is similar to another [[Anime/VariableGeo all-girl fighting series that came years before it...]] it]] involving combat waitresses.
24th Jul '15 7:56:24 AM MiinU
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* RecycledPremise: In ''Rumble Roses XX's'' 'Queen's Match' mode, the loser of each match is subjected to public humiliation, which is similar to another [[Anime/VariableGeo all-girl fighting series that came before it... involving waitresses.]]

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* RecycledPremise: In ''Rumble Roses XX's'' 'Queen's Match' mode, the loser of each match is subjected to public humiliation, which is similar to another [[Anime/VariableGeo all-girl fighting series that came years before it... it...]] involving combat waitresses.]]
24th Jul '15 7:54:09 AM MiinU
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*RecycledPremise: In ''Rumble Roses XX's'' 'Queen's Match' mode, the loser of each match is subjected to public humiliation, which is similar to another [[Anime/VariableGeo all-girl fighting series that came before it... involving waitresses.]]
23rd Jul '15 9:22:22 AM rafi
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* MaleGaze: Everything.

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* MaleGaze: Everything.Everything but the one that really stands out is when a character is ready to be finished off with a "humiliation move".
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