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Fight Night 2004

by Electronic Arts See the Amazon Page for this brand
Xbox
Teen
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews) 85 / 100

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  • Shockingly real fighting physics will bring realism and uncertainty to your fights -
  • All-new Controls - One analog stick controls your punches, the other controls your movements. Block, bob & weave, and get into position for that big uppercut
  • Over 32 real boxers to test your skills against - Winky Wright, Felix Trinidad, Arturo Gatti, Sonny Liston, Muhammad Ali and more
  • Realistic damage effects show the fresh cuts and swelling after each fight
  • Career Mode takes you through 20 years of boxing matches -- train, prepare and study your opponents, just like a real boxer

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B0001HAI7W
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,153 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Fight Night 2004 is the most brutally realistic boxing simulation you'll ever see. It brings players the feel of being of being in the ring -- with all its risks, uncertainties and surprises. Become a new fighter and work your way up the ranks - see if you can reach the top, then see how long you can stay there! Go online and see how you rank among the nation's fight fans Customize your ring entrance show your personality, and win over & Psych out your opponent the crowd

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
This is the first boxing game I've played where your opponents definitely have their own style and approach. As gamers, we make certain assumptions about the limitations of AI in console games. Generally speaking, after you've played a few hours, you can pick up on the patterns and approaches the computer uses. In a game like this, you go up against guys of different sizes, shapes, speed, they have some of their own special moves, but really they're just doing the same thing. So imagine my surprise after my first three fights, all against opposition who were willing to largely plant their feet and brawl, when the next guy did something completely different. He didn't swing much, relied largely on the jab, and kept his distance. I thought it was odd, but just went about the MO I had already established. It was completely ineffective. I'd get good shots in now and again, but his running would allow him to largely recover from the damage. This all suddenly changed in the 4th round, when he and I both realized my boxer was fatigued. I had taken 4 swings for every one of his, and I was sucking wind. Suddenly, my opponent wasn't running anymore. He went toe to toe, and made good use of how much I had slowed down. I ended up losing that fight by decision, but I was excited that this fighter had done something completely different. Ropeadope. I've seen boxers change their approach mid-match, depending on how damaged I am, how much they are, how fatigued either of us is. I've had fights that were a walk in the park, early 1st round knockouts, and I've had fights that have gone the distance. I've put a guy on the canvas twice in one round, only for him to seemingly follow his trainer's advice, and come back to knock me down. In the past, once you got the edge, it was pretty much over. Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Suggestions for future release September 18, 2004
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Fight Night is a superior, thoughtfully made, very addictive game which shines in many aspects. Rather than get into those, which have already been covered by many people, I'll mention suggestions to improve on the negative aspects for the next release. This may read as if I'm trashing the game, but in fact I love it and would like to see these small improvements made to make it even better.

1) The rap 'music' is extremely obnoxious. It probably does reflect the "urban" tastes of some boxing fans, but rap is a thing you either love or hate, so it's not a good idea to alienate so many people with it in a sports game. Thankfully, it can be turned off while boxing, but not before you suffer through P. Dummy's noise when booting it up, every time. This is the worst thing about the game by far; blatant commercialism by EA that serves no purpose. Also, they need to lose Big Tigger as the announcer. This guy has no connection with boxing whatsoever; just another brainless rapper spewing dumb homeboy-isms in a failed attempt to make the game more appealing to teenagers. Get Jimmy Lennon or Michael Buffer to do it; even Larry Merchant would be better than Tigger (although I wouldn't want to see Larry as a boxer!)

2) The "special" punches are the heart of this game, but they're essentially limited to the two that do fast and reliable damage: the lunging varieties. The rest take too long to execute. "Sledgehammer" and "home run" sound good, but your boxer will be hit with 10 punches by the time he swings, and they'll miss anyway. And they don't do any more damage than other specials.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Addicting, but needs a few improvements. May 4, 2004
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There's nothing like a good fighting game. As far as the boxing itself, this is easily the best boxing game I've ever played. The computer opponents have varying styles (though the heavyweights are usually more willing to slug it out with you than the middleweights, who will run from you for a whole match, even if way down on the scorecards), the music really does fit the game (regardless of what a few other posters have said), and its' one of those games I can play for hours, either by myself or with my friends.
A few things could be better. 1) After trying for days to get used to the total punch control, I just ditched it because I could never get the hang of the uppercuts. Maybe that's just my fault, but it never seemed to work quite right. I went back to the button punching, and it's a lot easier to play now. 2) It's impossible to practice on the training modes, the place where you build up your ability points. The sparring mode is easy, so I can get tons of agility and stamina points, but I've yet to get even close to the necessary 10,000 points on the heavy bag, meaning that I can't build up any power or speed points. Very frustrating. 3) This is something in a lot of games...when you save it, too often it takes you through several screens of "are you sure?" and the like...just do it, don't tell me every step of the way. 4) A 'tournament' mode would have been nice, or just about any other kind of mode rather than single fight or career. But that's just quibbling.
A nice game, I'm sure I'll be playing it (to the annoyance of my wife) for some time.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Won't load certain stuff on xbox 360 consoles
Published 6 months ago by zach
3.0 out of 5 stars Not the best boxing game around, but descent.
After years of playing the Knockout Kings franchise, I was wondering what was so different with Fight Night 2004. The first thing I noticed was the controls. Read more
Published 11 months ago by Bastion Blare
4.0 out of 5 stars Does not play smooth on 360
It says that this game is playable on both the origional xbox and the 360, but when I tried to play it on the 360 it glitched a lot and cut out a big chunk of the guys head.. Read more
Published on May 21, 2010 by Austin
4.0 out of 5 stars boxing bonanza
Good graphics. I like the boxers that are in the game. There are some old timers in there.
Published on January 14, 2008 by S. S. Lange
4.0 out of 5 stars Playing it again on the XBOX 360!!!
I played through Fight Night 2004 back when it came out and had a lot of fun. Other reviewers have mentioned that different boxers have different approaches to being in the ring... Read more
Published on July 20, 2006 by Penfist
4.0 out of 5 stars One Great Boxing Game!
I got this game for Christmas of 2004, and I've had a total blast with it. The graphics and sound are top notched from EA! Read more
Published on June 4, 2006 by Machine Gun
4.0 out of 5 stars Better Game Than I had Previously Thought
I had previously written a review proclaiming Knockout Kings 2002 to be a better game than Fight Night 2004. I was wrong. Read more
Published on September 4, 2005 by M. LeBlanc
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game
I've yet to play Fight Night Round 2... But I must say this

is a really fun game. It has great control, great graphics

and is pretty realistic. Read more
Published on July 23, 2005 by rocker81
4.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous Control
This is quite possibly the best boxing game ever! (once you get over the nostalgia of Mike Tyson's Punch-out... Read more
Published on December 16, 2004 by Jonathan D. Morris
5.0 out of 5 stars Technically Correct
This game is great from a technical point of view. If you are not familiar with boxing strategy, chances are you will have problems palying at the higher difficulty levels. Read more
Published on October 15, 2004 by Average Joe
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