The upcoming PS2/PSP breakdancing game, B-Boy will feature a pretty great licensed soundtrack when it comes to America later this summer. Touted as the first-ever competitive breakdancing game, B-Boy promises to offer over 800 motion-captured moves. B-boy legends Crazy Legs and the Rock Steady Crew helped contribute to the production, and 22 venues can be found on the disc, including Red Bull: King of the Ring, Freestyle Sessions, UK B-Boy Championships and IBE.

The soundtrack will feature 35 hip-hop and funk tracks, including The Black Eyed Peas' "Bringing It Back", James Brown's "Get On The Good Foot", Cypress Hill's "The Phuncky Feel One" and Eric B and Rakim's "Don't Sweat The Technique." It certainly looks like they're definitely trying to impress the breakdancing audience with this one -- will they succeed?

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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