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Fight Night Round 3 - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
111 customer reviews
Metascore: 86 / 100
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  • 3 new Impact Punches, with high risk and high reward - put down your opponent or get knocked on the canvas. Players are only one punch away from the entire dynamic of the fight changing!
  • Clench down on that mouth guard, rookie! Super Punch lets you feel the impact of a devastating punch, as the boxer's face ripples from that blow
  • Design a fighting style all your own, and see how you match up against the authentic signature styles from the world's best fighters
  • Establish rivalries by intimidating opponents before the big fight with heated press conferences, trash talkin', and fights at weigh-ins
  • Watch ESPN Classic footage of real-life bouts or re-create the greatest fights from past and present
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Platform: Xbox 360

Product Description

Fight Night Round 3 Xbox 360 The award-winning EA SPORTS Fight Night series is back to defend its title as the undisputed champion of boxing videogames. Knocking out the competition, EA SPORTS Fight Night Round 3 brings the most intense boxing videogame experience to the virtual ring. The graphics establish it as one of the best looking and playing sports game on the market and outside of the ring, gamers can establish intense rivalries through pre-fight events putting purpose and passion behind every hit. It is the closest thing to being in the ring without getting punched.
  • Super Punch - Clench down on that mouth guard rookie! Players will feel the impact of a devastating punch as the boxer's face ripples from this blow.
  • Film-Quality Graphics - Featuring hudless gameplay, gamers rely on facial expressions and body language to gauge an opponent's health and energy creating a more emotionally immersive experience.
  • Impact Punches - Three new Impact Punches keep gamers at the edge of their seat as players are only one punch away from the entire dynamic of the fight changing. Using the innovative analog punch system, Impact Punches are high risk and high reward - put down your opponent or get knocked on the canvas.
  • From the Manufacturer

    The highly acclaimed Fight Night franchise, the undisputed champion of boxing video games, delivers another hit with Fight Night Round 3. Feel what it's like to hit--or be hit by--great champions such as Muhammad Ali and Oscar De La Hoya with film-quality graphics that showcase the most devastating punches seen in any game or movie. Outside the ring, establish intense rivalries by calling out opponents and triggering press-conference brawls on your way to becoming boxing's greatest legend. Fight Night Round 3..... the closest thing to being in the ring without getting punched.

    Features:

    • Three new impact punches, with high risk and high reward--put down your opponent or get knocked on the canvas. Players are only one punch away from the entire dynamic of the fight changing!
    • Clench down on that mouth guard, rookie! Super Punch lets you feel the impact of a devastating punch, as the boxer's face ripples from that blow.
    • Design a fighting style all your own, and see how you match up against the authentic signature styles from the world's best fighters.
    • Establish rivalries by intimidating opponents before the big fight with heated press conferences, trash talkin', and fights at weigh-ins.
    • Watch ESPN classic footage of real-life bouts or re-create the greatest fights from past and present.

    Product Details

    Platform: Xbox 360
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    • ASIN: B000CRSBLQ
    • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 6.1 ounces
    • Media: Video Game
    • Release Date: February 20, 2006
    • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,092 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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    95 of 99 people found the following review helpful By W. C. Bryant VINE VOICE on February 25, 2006
    Platform for Display: Xbox 360
    I've browsed the previous reviews, and agree with most that's been said. This *is* the best of the series. The graphics are ridiculously good. The control is terrific. For once, you really have a feel for how the fight is going, rather than relying upon health and stamina bars that just (in this reviewer's opinion) take away from the realism -- although they are an option. On the hardest difficulty, the game is absolutely a challenge, at least once your career really gets underway. You will be knocked down, you may even lose some fights, this wasn't necessarily the case in previous versions. Creating faces on character generation is much smoother and more intuitive now. The sound is fantastic. The ring girl's breasts actually jiggle when they strut around the ring between rounds.

    Everything is great, really, it's a terrific addition to your XB360 library. Online is fun, there are ranked and non- matches, it's fast and easy to get a fight, another outstanding aspect to the game that will dramatically increase its longevity.

    Great! So we got all that aside, I can talk about the commercials.

    I've never seen a more over-the-top case of commercialism in the game. Is this a complaint? Yes and no. I mean, watch basically any boxing match, there are going to be ads on the ring canvas, on the ropes, in the arena, even on the shorts of some of the boxers. So there's just some realism here. Does it go overboard though? Yes, I'm absolutely prepared to say it does. Before some fights, you'll be 'treated' to a 360 degree view of a new Dodge truck while the announcer tells you about it. That doesn't seem too bad, right? Okay, later, Burger King's "The King" will escort another fighter into the ring and dance around before the fight.
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    28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 2, 2006
    Platform for Display: Xbox 360
    If you're into boxing, definitely take a look at Fight Night Round 3 for the XBox 360. The realism in the boxer models is rather impressive.

    We know that the XBox 360 has great graphics, but looking at the characters in many other games, you might think that human beings were made out of plastic. When you see the characters here, they look *real*. Their skin has pores and imperfections.

    On to the game. You get to customize your character both physically and skill-wise. You can make a small, quick hispanic, or a large, bulky, strong-punching dark skinned fighter. You can alter the hair style, tattoos, and much more. As you earn money, you can also buy new trainers and customize your skills further.

    Your main career path is a mix of training and choosing contracts to fight. In training mode it's a series of standard button-pushing games that in some cases are just reflexes, but in other cases are actual combo practicing that serve you well in the ring. The training increases specific skills, so you can further customize your character by deciding how to train.

    In the fight, it is of course you against a given character. There are varying levels of difficulty and we found that they did a good job of providing fun gameplay for different types of players. The beginner levels were good - although sometimes challenging - for a person who had never played this sort of game before. The higher levels of difficulty meant you really had to focus on what you were doing and land the combos to win.

    Your character has a variety of fighting styles to choose from, and you can buy more - including taunts.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Matthieu P. Raillard VINE VOICE on April 24, 2006
    Platform for Display: Xbox 360
    If you've played the previous 2 incarnations of Fight Night (formerly known as Knockout Kings), you know what to expect: solid analog stick boxing, with great graphics and a lively soundtrack. So what's new in 2006?

    The GOOD: The graphics are amazing. One of the first games to truly look next-gen in terms of its realism. The lighting is gorgeous, and the whole presentation is top notch. Even on a non-HD television, this game shines. The controls are as tight as ever, and the haymaker is less prevalent, which is a good fix from last season's gameplay. The game is rewarding in terms of strategy, because you will NOT be able to get very far without some basic strategy (ie: learn to block and dodge, and conserve energy).

    The BAD: The menu interface is a disaster. One of the worst I have seen in 20+ years of gaming: it's cluttered, counter-intuitive, and the button presses sometimes register late. There is no rankings list, just a vague "popularity meter". More stats would be nice. The soundtrack is repetitive and not all that great. The unlockable items, while cool, are buried within the depths of the aforementioned interface, which makes it actively unfun to customize your fighter.

    The UGLY: While the boxer models are very realistic, the ring girls are a bit alien-looking, and feel like a cheesy afterthought.

    Overall, this game is great fun. If you want a semi-deep sports game which rewards patience and practice, pick this up!
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T. Gibson on June 5, 2006
    Platform for Display: Xbox 360
    As far as the mechanics of boxing, as a former fighter I can tell you that this game has me thinking like I was back in the ring.

    I'm watching for facial reactions to my body shots, I'm watching for rythem and changing my style from round to round in order to out smart the opponent.

    It's a game that think might (even in small way) help the sport itself.

    I can really see where the other reviewers are coming from reguarding the advertisements, but I the Burger King guy didn't bother me... it made me laugh. So I can't take points away for advertising considering you can skip it all by just pressing the "A" button. Except for the fact that when I'm replaying a fight from the 1940's I don't think I should see a burger king or dodge logo in the back... in black and white.

    So the graphics are indeed a true next-gen standard as far as the fighters are concerned.

    There are even things to make the games realistic in career mode. Like the fact that wou have to work even hard to simply keep your attributes from falling quickly... I felt like a true 40 year old trying to prove himself to the young up and comers that I was indeed the greatest.

    Here is my wishlist for the next game.
    1. I would like to change the entry music and such like previous games. (though I can hook up my ipod and play anything I want.. it would still be nice)

    2. I think it would be cool if I could wear a robe while entering the ring. I love that part of a real fight as the tension builds up and the fighters show each other how hard they really prepared to battle.

    3. The Ability to save some of my fights... there were battles that I wish I could watch again. Race fans get this, why can't boxing fans?

    4. More real boxers.
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