Viewtiful Joe Red Hot Rumble




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Captain Blue has retired from being a superhero and has decided to direct a movie. He's having a problem casting the lead role, though. So along with his sexy assistant, Sprocket, Captain Blue hatches a plan to hold an audition in the form of a series of all-out brawls. The toughest and most stylish will certainly win, and that someone will be cast as the lead in the movie.

The battles in Red Hot Rumble each have a specific objective that you have to complete in order to win. You might have to destroy as many enemies as possible, be the last one standing, defeat a boss character, collect gems, or even shoot down a comet by attacking certain switches within the level. By completing these objectives and performing better than your opponent, you'll earn coins. The coins are used as a gauge of how well you are performing in the audition. You'll collect coins by completing objectives, but you can also just pick up coins as you play because they're everywhere. You can also beat up your opponents and steal their coins.

You have several different moves and special abilities at your disposal, and the moves differ quite a bit depending on which character you're using. There are 16 characters in the game, although most of them are locked when you start. There are familiar characters like Joe, Sylvia, Hulk Davidson, and Gran Bruce, as well as new characters like Android Rachel and Sprocket.


  • Superb cartoon-style beat-em up action from the masters of the fighting genre, Capcom

  • Melee combat game in the vein of Smash Brothers Melee featuring all the colourful characters from the Viewtiful Joe fanchise

  • Up to four players on screen at the same time, selected from a total of 16 playable characters

  • Superb stylised cel-shaded 3D graphics on a 2D plane

  • Exclusive to GameCube on home console (also out on PSP)

  • Release date NZ
    March 10th, 2006
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