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Punch-Out! (Nintendo Selects)

by Nintendo
Nintendo Wii
Everyone 10+
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)

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  • Characters Punch-Out!! features a total of 13 opponents for Little Mac to step into the ring with. 12 of which are returning from previous games in the Punch-Out!! series. Each has their own back-story and patterns of attacks to learn and learn to counter. Just a few of the characters you can expect to see are -
  • Little Mac - Small but extremely game, Little Mac is a young, up-and-coming fighter, who with the help of his trainer, ex-champion Doc Lewis, has set his sights on working his way through the ranks
  • Glass Joe - A fearful French fighter due to his extremely weak chin, Glass Joe will crumple to the mat quickly with just a few well-placed shots, making him an easy mark and a good warm-up for the fighters to follow
  • King Hippo - King Hippo is both huge and an immensely powerful fighter, but can be weakened with the right combinations to the head and body, giving you time to go for the knockout if you can survive his onslaught
  • Von Kaiser - An old-timey fighter whose rumored childhood difficulties have left him eager to dish out punishment in the ring, Von Kaiser is a dangerous opponent, but one who will turn tail if you can find his weakness

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  • ASIN: B005EIIBKY
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 7.5 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 28, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,628 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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One of the biggest names in boxing returns after a fifteen year hiatus. Grab your Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers and step back into the ring with Punch-Out!! for the Wii console. Little Mac is back! The ultimate underdog and the best of the Punch-Out!! cast come to life in a modern re-imagination of the series. Glass Joe, King Hippo, trainer Doc Louis and your favorite cast of boxing misfits return for another round of title bouts. See the these boxers come to life in glorious cell-shaded 3-D, complete with hilariously fighting animations and back stories that capture all the fun and flair of the original Punch-Out!! Games. Are you up to the challenge of their new attacks and strategies. Power Little Mac through match after match of motion-controlled upper cuts, body blows and hooks. Throw your punches to help him throw his. The motion-sensing Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers turn your real-life swings into on-screen punches, making this Punch-Out!! game one anyone can play. Optional functionality with the Wii Balance Board accessory (sold with Wii Fit ) adds in active play dodging and ducking. The game can also be played with classic NES-style controls, offering both newcomers and purists multiple ways to play. All new modes, including first-ever Head-to-Head fighting in the Punch-Out!! Series and a challenging new Title Defense mode. An all new multiplayer mode lets you box head-to-head against a friend for the first time ever in the Punch-Out!! Series. And, once players guide Little Mac to the championship in the single player game, they must defend the title in challenge matches against Mac's fallen foes, who return to the ring with all new tactics, having learned from their defeats.

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One of the biggest names in boxing returns after a 15-year hiatus. In Punch-Out!! you play as young up-and-coming fighter Little Mac who, with the help of his ringside trainer Doc Lewis, is working his way through the ranks of a wide variety of boxing caricatures, each with their own patterns of attacks. Grab a Wii Remote controller in one hand and a Nunchuk controller in the other and step back into the ring with a modern update of the classic Punch-Out!!

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Manhandling Glass Joe in 'Punch-Out!!'
Tune your skills in early rounds.
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Timing puches against Von Kaiser in 'Punch-Out!!'
Key off tells in the ring.
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Battling King Hippo in 'Punch-Out!!'
13 over the top opponents.
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Star punch against Glass Joe in 'Punch-Out!!'
Do max damage with 'Star punches' .
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Little Mac Is Back
Everyone’s favorite underdog from the 1980s joins the best of the original Punch-Out!! cast in a modern re-imagining of the series. Players will find familiar names like Glass Joe, King Hippo and trainer Doc Louis. These boxers come to life again in cell-shaded 3-D, complete with hilarious fighting animations and backstories that capture all the fun and flair of the original Punch-Out!! games.

The Wii's Motion Sensitivity
The motion-sensitive controls of the Wii console mean that when players throw punches, Little Mac throws punches as well. Additionally, you can control hooks and jabs by combining motion control with control-stick movement. The motion-sensing Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers turn real-life swings into on-screen punches, so anyone can play. The game can also be played with classic NES-style controls by turning the Wii Remote sideways.

Characters
Punch-Out!! features a total of 13 opponents for Little Mac to step into the ring with. 12 of which are returning from previous games in the Punch-Out!! series. Each have their own backstory and patterns of attacks to learn and learn to counter. Just a few of the characters you can expect to see are:
Little Mac from 'Punch-Out!!' Little Mac
Small but extremely game, Little Mac is a young, up-and-coming fighter, who with the help of his trainer, ex-champion Doc Lewis, has set his sights on working his way through the ranks.
Glass Joe from 'Punch-Out!!' Glass Joe
A fearful French fighter due to his extremely weak chin, Glass Joe will crumple to the mat quickly with just a few well-placed shots, making him an easy mark and a good warm-up for the fighters to follow.
King Hippo from 'Punch-Out!!' King Hippo
King Hippo is both huge and an immensely powerful fighter, but can be weakened with the right combinations to the head and body, giving you time to go for the knockout if you can survive his onslaught.
Von Kaiser from 'Punch-Out!!' Von Kaiser
An old-timey fighter whose rumored childhood difficulties have left him eager to dish out punishment in the ring, Von Kaiser is a dangerous opponent, but one who will turn tail if you can find his weakness.

Special Attacks
Players can obtain special 'Star Punches,' which allow Little Mac to take more health from his rival in a single punch. Players can now use multiple stars in a single punch for an extra-powerful attack.

Controller Options
Punch-Out!! features multiple controller options. For players looking to take advantage of the Wii's motion control capabilities, Punch-Out!! uses the Wii Remote and Nunchuck controllers to simulate throwing punches. Use the Nunchuck to throw a left punch and the Wii Remote to throw a right punch. Fans of the NES version and core gamers will be excited to see Nintendo has also included the option to play Punch-Out!! using the classic layout from the original NES controller. Use the 1 and 2 buttons along with the cross pad to throw hooks and jabs or to dodge.


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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank You Nintendo! September 3, 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Punch-out is a classic game, I loved the arcade version, Tyson Punchout on the NES, Super Punchout for the SNES, and now I was able to complete the set with Punch-Out for the Wii. For $19.99, it is a game every Wii owner should have!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Re-Make. October 15, 2012
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If you're still thinking about getting this game and have played the classic, go ahead and buy this version. I played Punch Out and Super Punch Out back in the day and was a bit hesitant to get this version, but I'm glad to report that the Wii version is not just an excellent remake, but do I dare say...much better.

Controls:
You have three options to play this game; with the WiiMote sideways, WiiMote/nunchuck combo or Wiimote/nunchuck/balance board combo.

I tested all control methods and found the simple sideway method to be the best. Some may think that using the wiimote with the nunchuck or even balance board will give a more realistic experience in terms of jabs and hooks, but they don't, let me explain, with the wiimote and nunchuck, as you would think, you simply swing them to punch, and that works by default, however, in order to do jabs (punches to the face), you have to move the joystick on the nunchuck upwards and then swing, which can be difficult to use when in the middle of a fight and I found to be a bit confusing; moving the LilMac is easy however, you move the joystick sideways to dodge, down to duck and up to block.
Holding the Wiimote sideways is much easier and makes the game that much more fun to play. You use the D-pad to move, duck and block; same motions, left and right to dodge, down to duck and up to block and you punch with 1 & 2 for left and right. "A" activates star power punches.

Graphics:
Sharp and colourful. That's the best way to describe it. Do not expect EA Fight Night graphics, this is the Wii, but the graphics still look great, I have no complaints, the game looks, sounds and plays like the classic, but with major improvements that do a great job at keeping the game fresh and fun to play.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing remake of a Nintendo Classic! December 1, 2014
By Mber
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I bought this game with the CTA Digital Wii Knockout Boxing Gloves for wii and I am having a lot of fun with them!

This Game: I absolutely adore this game. I saw it played on an internet show called Game Grumps, and I was enjoying watching it a lot and wanted to give it a shot! I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to play (they made it look WAY harder than it is!) All of the opponents have a wacky quirk and each of them have a unique move-set and "tell" to let you know when to punch and dodge. I would qualify this as a strategy game, where you time your dodges and hits to achieve victory. It's a great workout of the mind and body if you are throwing your punches with the wiimote and nunchuck. With the gloves you can play with, it makes for quite the immersive experience!

The Gloves:Honestly, I did not expect real boxing gloves or even for them to work 100% perfectly, but I was pleasantly surprised at how easy and fun they were to use! The only hard part is aiming and having to press "a" with your opposite hand since the wiimote is in the back of the glove but this is a very minor complaint. I enjoy stretching and then getting up and being able to actually move and groove while I fight the opponents, it makes it that much more fun and immersive for me. You can't do the right handed star punch, but that's just another small complaint, as you can do a left handed star punch just fine. honestly, I would prefer the gloves over simply holding the controllers because of the immersion factor. I can feel like I am actually there, landing blows and facing off against my wacky opponents. It is a lot of fun, for me at least.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Never Thought I'd See the Day! February 22, 2012
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I honestly never thought I'd ever see the day when Glass Joe would actually become a challenging opponent, but here it is. If I didn't see it I wouldn't have believed it...! Mike Tyson's Punch out--piece of cake. Arcade Punch Out--No Problem! First Glass Joe in this version of the game--a little funny, but still fairly easy to take out without much sweat.

The first several opponents in this game are much like the previous games; that is to say, pretty straight forward opponents--it doesn't take much figuring to learn how to eventually defeat them. Once we get to Soda Popinski however, the game becomes something else entirely. Crosses Dimensions, one might say. That's when we need to rely on deceptions and tricks to learn to defeat opponents. It's not anymore just about dodging and knowing when to hit back any longer. After Aran Ryan, you will need to learn tricks and tactics for obtaining star punches a lot to defeat opponents. Often dodging their punches becomes unbelievably difficult and for practically all the fights thereafter, one must continuously prevent opponents from throwing punches in order to win the fight.

Because of this, opponents like Mr Macho Man end up becoming easier to beat than previous opponents once you get the technique down. I ended up beating Mr Macho Man in the first round! (That is, once I actually figured out HOW to beat him.) Mr Sandman ended up being practically the same. Once you realize that dodging/blocking all his blows just won't work and you must rely on preventative measures, he ends up becoming easier than some of the previous opponents like Aran Ryan or the Disco Kid and you find yourself beating him faster than you did them.
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