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Ready to Rumble Boxing 2

by Midway
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
26 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100
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Has the King of Pop become the Prince of Pugilism? As a sequel to 1999's surprise knockout, Ready 2 Rumble: Round 2 features Michael Jackson alongside NBA heavyweight Shaquille O'Neal and a mix of new and returning contestants for some over-the-top fisticuffs. The game combines authentic boxing action with outrageous costumes, special moves, taunts, and rumble flurries that are all unique to each character. Throw some quick jabs in the arcade mode or do it Rocky-style via the enhanced championship mode, where you'll manage your boxer's training regimen and schedule fights. Adding to the realism are photographers, corner men with spit buckets, beautiful ring girls that announce each new round, and Michael Buffer with his famous "Let's get ready to rumble!" call.

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Has the King of Pop become the Prince of Pugilism? As a sequel to 1999's surprise knockout, Ready 2 Rumble: Round 2 features Michael Jackson alongside NBA heavyweight Shaquille O'Neal and a mix of new and returning contestants for some over-the-top fisticuffs. The game combines authentic boxing action with outrageous costumes, special moves, taunts, and rumble flurries that are all unique to each character. Throw some quick jabs in the arcade mode or do it Rocky-style via the enhanced championship mode, where you'll manage your boxer's training regimen and schedule fights. Adding to the realism are photographers, corner men with spit buckets, beautiful ring girls that announce each new round, and Michael Buffer with his famous "Let's get ready to rumble!" call.

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  • ASIN: B00004U5VJ
  • Item Weight: 5.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,327 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Ned Sheng on November 10, 2000
This is a party game. If you have friends that come by and play all the time, well this is the game for you. Though, I don't know that it's changed that much from Ready2Rumble1. Yeah you get some new characters and some new moves, but it's really just button mashing. Not many combos are used unless you get your special. The only good part is that you get to talk trash and layeth the smacketh down on your friends. Against the computer, it's just not that much fun. If you want to build up your boxer and play the season mode or whatever, i suggest that you wait for an EA sports simulation boxing game or something. This game just get's really repeditive after doing the same training over and over again. Oh, and who really cares if you beat up your friend with Michael Jackson or Shaquille O'Neal. As long as you beat them up and rub it in, it doesn't matter who you use. To me, this is a rental game. Remember NBA Jam? Well, this is like the Boxing version of NBA jam. No matter what new features it brings, it's just not fun when you play by yourself.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "tpf79" on November 26, 2001
Whoever thinks of this game in the same manner as knockout kings is looking at it all wrong. This game is meant to be FUN and goofy. And fun it is. The crazy moves and wacky characters make it great. It is especially awesome in 2player mode. If you are looking for a realistic game, look somewhere else. But if you are looking for a game that will be loads of fun for you and your friends, then look no further. The only reason I didnt give this game a 5 is because it does get boring after a while with only 1 player, but play 2 player mode to keep the fun lasting!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 19, 2000
This is a solid title for the playstation 2. I think most people who buy this game will be happy with it. Its obvious that this isnt a serious boxing game. Its not meant to be. Knockout Kings from EA Sports will handle the serious boxing simulation, this game is more of a parody of boxing, with hilarious charachters, all of which are ficticious, no real fighters here. The most enjoyable part of the game, surprisingly, is probably the training. In championship mode before each fight your fighter must train for 30 days. There are several excersizes that your fighter must go through before he is allowed to step into the ring. Jumping rope, speed bag, heavy bag and lifting weights are just a few of these training excersizes. When you do step into the ring it makes for a fun game and provides alot of laughs as the fighters taunt their opponents,throw big time flurries and have the ability to knock their opponents out of the ring. I would say that a serious fight fan would be happy with this BUT thats only because KO Kings isnt out yet for the PS2. For right now though, its a good solid sports game that is alot of fun.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 2, 2001
!!!I've got one word for this game. SWEET. its an awesome classic PS2 game, that you must have. The graphics are stunning and the options are awesome. My favorite part of the game is championship mode. you have a calendar and you fight on certain dates and then you lift weights, jump rope, and lots of other training options to build up your stats. This game is funner than it may look to you. Its also really fun on multiplayer. Theres nothing better that throwing an upper-cut to the jaw of your annoying siblings or friends. Its an awesome game, buy it.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 27, 2000
I owned the first Ready to Rumble on the Dreamcast and loved it. I was really pleased after picking up the PS2 version and I have played it more in the last few weeks then I did the Dreamcast version in one year. The new characters like Shaq, Bill & Hillary Clinton and others really make this a fun title. Don't worry if your not a big "boxing" fan, this title is more about run then anything else.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By krypto on December 18, 2000
I had bought this game thinking it would be mostly for the kids but i dident like it on the dream cast but i bought it anyways and ya know what its a great fighting game has a lot of humor ,funny and takes skill to play but if you like alot of blood and gore this game aint for you.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By William Van Hefner VINE VOICE on May 17, 2001
As a new PS2 owner, I found this title fairly disappointing. Most of the graphics are pretty good, and it can be fun to play against others for a few rounds. However, the game really falls apart with its inconsistencies of play, and one-player gaming is an exercise in futility that no gamer should have to endure. At critical moments in the game, your controls can simply become unresponsive. Unfortunately, you never know when this bad programming symptom will strike. This game must have been rushed to market, as nobody in their right mind would release this thing as being bug-free. More frustrating than fun, it's a purchase that I regret making.
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I used to play this game and it's so entertaining. I laugh at the animations. The character creations are spectacular.
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