The most significant sign of this is through the classic 3D fighting game Def Jam. Nevertheless, this will change now that artist and video game enthusiast Ice-T has stated he needs a new game in the franchise.
Was a 3D fighting game series released by EA that starred various hip hop artists as playable characters.
The games have included such hip hop legends as Redman, Ghostface Killah, Slick Rick, Xzibit, and Snoop Dogg.
Unfortunately, it has not been any indication of the series will be making a comeback anytime soon.
Back to it’s fun to imagine what a brand new game in the hip jump fighter. Now it looks like Ice-T is pushing to deliver the soldier back after he tweeted that a screenshot of the character select screen from Def Jam: Fight for NY. The screenshot revealed the screen highlighting his character with the caption.
Whether or not this drive by Ice-T will lead to EA to reconsider bringing Drake of way. This issue of ghostwriting turning the other.
Well, While Ice-T may be enthusiastic about a brand new Def Jam, there, Hip hop and video games go together like peanut butter and jelly. For the uninitiated, Def Jam Ice-T is a man to argue with and has a long history of emerging in video games.
Rather than trading punchlines in a diss track, Players could see Meek Mill and Drake Exchanging punches.