I beat it beat it up

Beat 'Em Up

i beat it beat it up

(I beat it, beat it) [Verse 1: J. Valentine] Say baby, I really want to drive you crazy tonight. Lil' mama, wanna see them toes way up in the sky.

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I've never understood the Cult of Iggy. The Stooges records I've heard sound pretty good-- kind of a rougher, more driving version of what the Stones were doing in the early 70s-- and I like the highlights from his solo career. But I never felt the scrape of the edge Pop was said to possess. His mystique has always escaped me. Like many aging legends from the classic rock era, Iggy has struggled to maintain his dignity while mixing it up in what is essentially a young man's game.

WayForward thinks it has a simple way to keep the River City formula fresh: reverse the roles. It's releasing River City Girls , a revival of the side-scrolling brawler that has high school girls Kyoko and Misako laying waste to everyone between them and their captured boyfriends. True to the spirit of the series, virtually anything is a weapon -- baseball bats, bikes and even park benches are fair game. It's handled in a suitably retro style, although it's thankfully not hewing too closely to the blocky NES original apart from "guest appearances" by River City veterans. You can also expect anime- and manga-style cutscenes and a soundtrack from indies like Chipzel and NateWantsToBattle. A physical version will be available later through Limited Run Games. We wouldn't expect a radical departure from the core punch-everything-that-moves mechanic of the River City franchise, but there's enough here that it might be worth a look if you miss the days of fighting through hordes of thugs in glorious 2D.

That's the price you pay Leave behind your heart and cast away Just another product of today Rather be the hunter than the prey. Looking through the glass find the wrong within the past knowing We are youth Cut until it bleeds inside a world without the peace, face it. Boomerang How many lies do we have to tell? To keep from saying that I wish you well. How many tears do we have to cry? How many sleepless lonely nights? To work it out is it worth it now.

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