Urban Champion Ad Blurbs (Game Boy Advance)
Advertising Blurbswww.nintendo.com – Wii Virtual Console:
- Originally released in August 1986
- Download this Virtual Console title for only 500 Wii Points
- Use the Classic Controller, Wii Remote or GCN Controller to play this game
The mean streets have a new force to deal with: you!Extra Game Features:
Contributed by gamewarrior (5060) on Mar 27, 2007.
Rule the streets!
Some of the world's greatest classic video games are making a triumphant return! Now, with e-Reader technology, the code for an entire game can be stored on a stack of just five cards! Just slide the e-Reader cards through an e-Reader attached to a Game Boy Advance and you're ready to play.
When an evil gang of bullies takes over your peaceful neighborhood, it's up to you to take back the streets! Keep an eye out for open manhole covers and police officers as you put up your dukes and brawl in the streets.
The Urban Champion-e card pack comes with five cards. Scan all five cards into your e-Reader accessory for Game Boy Advance, and you're ready to play!
Contributed by Xoleras (65983) on Apr 13, 2005.
NEIGHBORHOOD DUKE OUT
It's a jungle out there. Gangs of bullies have taken over the once peaceful neighborhood, and it simply isn't safe to walk the streets. Unless, of course, you're tough enough to take on the baddest guys on the block. You'll have to be quick on your feet and fast with your fists to become the Urban Champion. Think you can handle the action? Then prove it, by fighting for your right to walk the street.
GAME PLAY: You start off with 200 stamina points. Guard them! Don't get pushed around or you lose them. Hit 'em high, or hit 'em low. Block punches. Fake a street bully out. But beware. Just when you think you've beaten the computer bully, you might fall into an open manhole, get hit by a falling flower pot or get hauled off by the police who cruise by in a patrol car! Knock the bully off the street three times, and the neighborhood will throw a confetti celebration in your honor. Ready? Then put up your dukes!
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on Mar 23, 2004.