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Rocky: Legends - Xbox

by Ubisoft
Platform : Xbox
Rated: Teen
13 customer reviews
Metascore: 67 / 100
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  • Incredible Career Mode unlocks the untold stories of Drago, Clubber, Apollo, and Rocky prior to the events of the movies
  • Take control of 40 boxers appearing in the 5 Rocky films - train them just like in the films, from chasing chicken in a Philly yard to pumping up in Drago's high-tech gym
  • Face off against friends in two-player VS. Training Mode
  • Authentic locations from the films -- from a Vegas casino to the docks in Philly
  • Classic music tracks from the hit movies complete the Rocky experience
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Rocky Legends brings home the pummeling action of the classic Rocky films. Pound the competition as the legendary fighters from the films, from Rocky Balboa to Ivan Drago. Rise from raw beginnings and go from unproven amateur to champion of the world.

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  • ASIN: B00025EJ1Y
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 29, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,950 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kent on October 18, 2004
No doubt that this games predecessor: Rocky, was THE best Rocky game ever! Of course being the die-hard Rocky fan that I am, I had a blast with the previous game!

Now the sequel steps in. Sadly, for those of you, like me, who are big Rocky fans, this title is not as easy to come by. For what reason I do not know. I almost speculate because the game has gotten decent to mediocre reviews from these "professional" gaming sites. But who cares about their opinion?

Anyways, the game, in general, is really nothing new. Although you have more boxers (over 40 that either appeared or were mentioned in the films including alternate looks for some of the main characters), more training modes, a new career mode where you can play as Rocky, Apollo, Clubber Lang, or Drago, better looking menus with some nice alternate music from the Rocky films, and LOADS of unlockables!

The graphics seem to have gotten better with time as well. The characters and environments are more detailed than in the previous title. Sadly, the voice-overs for the characters are not that spectacular. But I guess you would expect that considering the whole concept of the game is to go into the way past of the fighters before they became champions.

The fight engine is not as loose as it was the last game. It almost seems kinda stiff, but not to the point where your fighter will delay his punches. Also, there are some cool combos that can easily be performed by pressing two buttons at the same time. Sounds easy, I know, but it helps out big-time as you move up into the career mode. The cuts, blood, and bruise marks are highly detailed as well. At times, when you or your opponent get a "super" punch, blood spatters onto the screen, although not lots but it makes for a nice effect.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Shawn M. Matthews on February 4, 2005
It may not be the best boxing game of all time - but that's not what it's designed to be. It's designed to be a fun game for fans of the Rocky genre. Personally I am overwhelmed by how enjoyable the game is. The training games are a lot of fun. Being able to play career mode with 4 different characters is also a treat.

But the best part for me, and congratulations to the genius who decided to add this, has to be the incorporation of the original music during the 14th round of Rocky 1. You remember that, don't you? That's when Rocky goes down - they flash to Adrienne and back - and Micky tells Rocky to "stay down! stay down" but Rocky claws his way back up. "Appolo can't believe it!"

That has to be one of the most inspiring moments in film history. And the music is what helped that to be so, and now that music is in this game. When you get close to knocking down an opponent, that inspirational music starts playing and gets you worked up and emotionally into the game. That for me was worth the price of admission in of itself.

With all the extras of the game this is a bargain. If you're looking for a great boxing game, you may want to try a different title...but if you're nostalgic for the Rocky movies, by all means you won't be disappointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Machine Gun on July 18, 2006
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I'll keep this short and to the point. Rocky Legends has around 40 fighters or characters featured in the Rocky flicks. You can choose to be either Apollo, Clubber, Drago, or Rocky to compete in career mode. You start at the bottom and with victories and training, you can work your way up. You can see how Apollo, Creed, and Drago characters became what they were in the movies. Gameplay: I found the controls a little strange, but I'm used to the Fight Nite controls, so it might have been me. You can do a variety of super punches, so this is an arcade type boxing game. The gameplay seems a bit sluggish to me, but it's just not as fast a game as fight nite. Wish it could have been faster, but its not too big an issue. Graphics are improved over the first Rocky game, but I expected a little more being a Ubisoft fan. They are good, and the framerate it pretty constant. The voice acting could have been better. I'm not expecting Dolf, Sly, Burt young, or Carl Weathers, but my brother and I could have been better. Rocky in particular is aweful, but it is better than the first Rocky game. There is no online play, but you can unlock and buy stuff in the store. I've been a little critical, but overall its a fun game. As a Rocky fan, I love it anyway. Its far better than even the first Rocky game on the Sega Master System. It's not Fight Nite, but you'll still enjoy this arcade game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By I am the future on December 5, 2011
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First off i would like to say i have Xbox 360 and i wanted a fun arcade style boxing game and there is none now a days besides fight night to choose from.Now going back in the year's to older graphics i would have to say they are not that bad this game will play on your 360 but you have to have it online for an update and that only takes a second an then you don't have to be online any more.This rocky is a lot harder than the 2002 one.But i think it is a lot of fun and if you are a rocky fan you must own this.This game is not sim but is a lot of fun especially with 2 player's .I just hope ubisoft make's us another one for the 360 i want a new rocky game damm it! But this one will have to do for now.
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