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Super Punch-Out!!

Platform : Nintendo Super NES
Rated: Everyone
35 customer reviews

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Slug your way through the grueling and sweat-pounding matches of the Minor, Major, and World Circuits. Dodge bone-bruising punches and dance to the top of the supreme Special Circuit. Face-off against old favorites including Bear Hugger, Piston Hurricane, Bald Bull, Mr. Sandman, and Super Macho Man and a cast of new and weird challengers. With a right hook! Body blow! And precise quick jabs! The referee announces 'Knock Out!' and your opponent lies face down as you win the title of Nintendo Video Boxing Association Champion!

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  • ASIN: B00002SU0N
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,875 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By movieman on February 13, 2001
SNES has been "dead" for some time now, but I just discovered this game at my cousins house, and for me it was the perfect reason to bring out the SNES. Everything about this game is right on. The graphics are as good as can be expected from a 2D 16-Bit game. Each of the different boxers has many different animations and poses, and it will take a different strategy to beat each one. The sound is superb, even better then some of the pitiful sound that is on 128-Bit games. The controls are VERY simple, and anyone should be able to pick this one up within five minutes. The difficulty level on this game is great, it is challenging, but not to the point where you don't want to play anymore. The first boxer is fairly straightforward, but from then on out it will take strategy to beat them. Overall this is a fabulous game, anyone who likes to play classic games, or anyone with a SNES needs to own this. Highly, recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By wentze raleigh, nc on April 25, 2001
I bought this for my 7 year old son. Soon, my husband began to play... then my daughter began to play. It is fast paced and easy to get started playing. The higher you are ranked, the tougher your competition. They all have different styles and first you must figure out your opponent's style before you can beat him and move up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Zack on May 1, 2008
Super Punch Out comes from a long line of Nintendo games that's easy to learn how to play, but challenging enough to keep you entertained for hours. The first fight teaches you the basics: punching, blocking, dodging, and the variations on the Super Punch. Soon, you'll get so good, you almost feel sorry for Gabby Jay.

Then the challenge kicks in with the next person. As with the original Punch Out, this game requires the gamer to learn the patterns of their opponent. But unlike the original Punch Out, you can be aggressive and beat the holy heck out of them without needing to only counter-punch after dodging. This makes Super Punch Out a step above the original by far.

The graphics were good for its time. Don't expect realistic graphics when playing this game. Just as the cover, it resembles some sort of cartoon with every character existing larger than life. But this is normal for Nintendo at that time. The game's just goofy fun, so the graphics reflect that.

My only minor complaint on the game is the lack of Rounds. The gamer only has one round to destroy his/her oppponent. Fortunately, this is more than enough time. But still, I enjoyed the three rounds from the original Punch Out.

The game will not take very long to beat and it has some good replay value. If you have the chance, purchase it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nuisance on February 1, 2008
I loved Super Punch-Out when it first came out and I play this one once in a blue moon. Instead of a boxer named Mac, you have a boxer you have to give a name. The good points of this game are plenty: Your rapid punches and super hooks are devastating to your opponent, you can gain back your energy bar by pressing buttons(after you lay your opponent out of course), you have a good time beating the snot of these guys etc. The bad points are plentiful too. A lot of these opponents cheat. Dragon Chan KICKS you while you're fighting(Disqualify him now!),Hoy Quarlow hits you with his staff, Mad Clown throws balls at you in the middle of the match, Heike Kegaro hits you with his, her or it's hair, one of them spits in your face blinding you temperarily etc. Super Macho Man is one of the most annoying opponents in the game. When he's not flexing his muscles in your face like a fruit cake, he throughs a hook that knocks you out immediately. At one time, he threw that spinning hook at me SEVEN TIMES(and the seventh one caught me)! The most exruciating out of all your opponents is definitely the Bruiser brothers, Rick and Nick. I cant complain too much because I've beat the game a few times and Narcis Prince is a nancy boy. In short, Super Punch-Out is better than its predecessor, Mike Tyson's Punch Out and is recommended to any fan of boxing video games. LONG LIVE SUPER NES!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By theboombody VINE VOICE on June 19, 2005
This game is quite a bit easier to complete than the NES version. It's not quite as classic or memorable as the original, but it's still a great game. It's really fun to figure out how to beat each of the characters. After some practice, you can get good enough to score some very quick knock-outs. It's darn fun trying to get a new fastest knock-out time for each character.

The rapid-punching option is certainly a marked improvement over the NES version, and I rarely shy away from using it. I love using the rapid-punches, I love beating the goofy characters, and therefore, I love this game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Al on March 14, 2001
I have this game and I think it is great! I have never ever had this much fun before. It's a great boxing from the first fighter to the last. It is a great all around action packed game. How ever has read this review you sould buy this great boxing. I loved it! Get this game it's great game! NOW!!! If you don't you're not a gamer.
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Despite the fact the Super Nintendo had big amounts of classic games like Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy III (VI to everyone else) and Super Metroid, the system had a great amount of party games that you can play with friends and just have fun. Super Punch-Out! was one of those games since you could take turns playing each fighter, or see who could best the other's time when playing time attack mode. However, the game, like a lot of the older games, was hard and at times unbelievably frustrating at parts.

Story: You're basically a boxer going through the different circuits which range from wimpy, average fighters to championship-caliber players who hit hard and fast. It's a boxing game so there's not really much of a story to begin with and fighters get their own little pre-fight quote/taunt.

Graphics: The graphics, while outdated, work extremely well in the game as your fighter, transparent except for his gloves, faces off against the different fighters who face you. Some of the taunts and moves they do is actually quite funny and unlike some games, the graphics support the game rather than stylize it without the gameplay there.

Sound/Music: The different fighters have different themes to go along with them and have small voice clips sometimes. Gabby Jay, for example, will open the match with a "yay!" and when he's about to get his big punch in, he goes "come on!" It's nothing to impressive but at least it gets the job done (although personally, I like listening to music while playing).

Gameplay: One of my least favorite things in a game is a huge sense of difficulty in that the game almost seems to be better than you and upon beating a level/boss/fighter, rather than feel elated and proud, you get frustrated that it took so long.
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