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The Fight: Lights Out - Playstation 3

by Sony
PlayStation 3
Teen
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (321 customer reviews) 4 answered questions 48 / 100

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  • Take control of a rough and tumble bare-knuckle fighter in the campaign mode as you crusade to beat down anyone that stands between you and your shot at becoming the toughest fighter out there
  • Unleash a wide arsenal of brutal attacks. Start simple with punches and uppercuts before amping up the intensity with headlocks and overhand blows to the head
  • In addition, assault of other dirty fighting techniques using two PlayStation Move motion controllers at once, together with the PlayStation Eye camera
  • Feel the action by using the PlayStation Move motion controller as you step into the game and command your fighter?s every movement with lifelike 1:1 motion for deadly precision
  • 12 underground fighting venues filled with opponents including bosses with character specific fighting skills and styles that can be transferred to the player character

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  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002I0J8KS
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 9, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (321 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,984 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Grab your PlayStation Move motion controllers and step into the dark and gritty underground of bare knuckle brawling in The Fight: Lights Out. The power to climb to the top of the underground scene is in your hands. The only rule is that there are no rules - you decide how to take down your next challenger. Get them in a headlock and throw elbows to the skull, or go ballistic by swinging with all-out haymakers. Use the PlayStation Move motion controllers to dominate opponents with accurately tracked strikes. Do you have what it takes to rule the underground?

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The most realistic motion controlled fighting game released to date, The Fight: Lights Out for PlayStation 3 challenges players to conquer the brutal world of illegal underground fighting utilizing the PlayStation Move motion controller and the PlayStation Eye camera peripheral (both sold separately)*. Together these two seamlessly translate the player's realistic physical actions to those of the character on the screen, allowing the players to fight however they choose. Keep it clean with standard jabs and punches, or fight dirty with headbutts, headlocks and more. The choice is yours as you take on 12 fighting venues filled with thugs and bosses and eventually take the fight online to unleash the skills you've learned against live virtual opponents.

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Fight the Way You Want with PlayStation Move
Grab your PlayStation Move controllers and step into the dark and gritty underground of bare knuckle brawling in The Fight: Lights Out. A launch title for the PlayStation Move motion controller, The Fight: Lights Out is a one-on-one fighting game featuring single player and multiplayer play options. Players utilize two Move motion controllers, one for each hand, to accurately track your rapid blows while the PlayStation Eye tracks your head as you duck, evade, outmaneuver and knockout anyone that has the guts to throw down with you. The precision and versatility of the controller/peripheral combo allows you to decide how you want to take down your next challenger. Get them in a headlock and throw elbow drops to the skull, or go ballistic by throwing nonstop haymakers. Fight clean or fight dirty, it’s entirely up to you because there are no rules.

Connecting with a right cross in The Fight: Lights Out
Use realistic fighting motions only possible with the PlayStation Move motion controller to become the ultimate street brawler.
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Gameplay
The Fight: Lights Out features both a local single player career mode and multiplayer, as well as online multiplayer. In career mode players assume the role of an up-and-coming brawler looking to make it in the world of illegal, underground street fighting. Players can customize their character with a preset range of body types and attire, as they prepare themselves to fight their way through the game's 12 venues using the precise and varied capabilities of the PlayStation Move motion controller. Each venue is populated with a variety of opponents that will need to be defeated, with the final clash in each fought against a boss. Bosses are different from the lower level fighters that proceed them in that they have particular skills and/or styles that the player will not have encountered in earlier opponents. Once bosses are defeated by the player these styles are incorporated into the player's repertoire, making these skills usable against later fighters in career mode and invaluable as you eventually face live online opponents via PlayStation Network.

Key Game Features

  • Take control of a rough and tumble bare-knuckle fighter in the campaign mode as you crusade to beat down all opponents that stand between you and your shot at becoming the toughest fighter out there
  • Feel the action by using two PlayStation Move motion controllers and the PlayStation Eye peripheral as you step into the game and command your fighter’s every movement with lifelike 1:1 motion for deadly precision
  • Unleash a wide arsenal of fighting combos, starting simple with punches and uppercuts before amping up the intensity with headlocks and overhand blows to the head and an assault of other dirty fighting techniques
  • Fighter customizable options including physical appearance and attire
  • 12 underground fighting venues filled with opponents including bosses with character specific fighting skills and styles that can be transferred to the player character
  • Online functionality that allows the player to utilize skills acquired during the single player campaign
Snapping back an opponent's head with a jab in The Fight: Lights Out
1:1 motion control.
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Setting up a combo in an alley brawl in The Fight: Lights Out
Fight clean or dirty.
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Drawing blood against a thug using knuckle wraps in The Fight: Lights Out
Single & multiplayer support.
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Fighting in a gym environment in The Fight: Lights Out
12 varied fighting venues.
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*Two PlayStation Move motion controllers and a PlayStation Eye camera required for play.

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414 of 429 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Beat 'em Up! November 18, 2010
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Length: 5:14 Mins
Notes:
I am aware of how silly my punches may look, I'm a poet first and fighter second!

Positives:
Awesome punch tracking.
Great workout.
Tons of customizables.
Lag-free online gameplay.

Negatives:
Terrible head tracking.
Finicky dirty moves.
Tough to keep your feet planted.
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65 of 70 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow were the IGN and other reviews wrong! December 8, 2010
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I have never before seen a game so unfairly reviewed by major pro reviewers like IGN and Gamespot. It seems that some very realistic games are outgrowing those sites in that when they require real skill the reviewer is lost and takes it out on the game with an undeserved poor review. This game is amazing. True 1:1 control and so much of a learning curve that you really feel like you are in full control and rewarded for improvement. Totally ignore the pathetic reviews of sites and listen to the real reviews here and by other users.
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88 of 98 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 1:1 is no joke. November 10, 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Got a chance to play it quite a bit and have to say the hype doesn't do the game justice. So at first I felt it was kind of slow and that I was seeing the impact that I felt I was dishing out. You have stats for your fighter and while you might be amazing in real life your character needs to improve. It's not that he won't move with you perfectly, because he will, it's the fact that his hits won't be measured as a perfect punch. So you have to boost Strength, Speed, Stamina, and Technique to get him up to your level and beyond. That's just the beginning however. You also have Chin which allows you to take more hits and Heart which helps you get back up if you have been mowed over. Only bad part is you really can't move your feet as you will be told during the tutorial. The rest of you is fine, but they have you rooted to that spot and probably to stop people from getting out of the cameras view. Custom soundtrack is supported so you can abuse people to your favorite fight songs.

Finally you have career mode and training facilities to improve your fighter. Career mode is like the one person stand alone to get you used to the ups and downs while earning yourself a little bit of cash along the way. The money is used on clothing, healing (since broken bones make for a weak fighter), and training facilities. Training includes things like the tutorial which gets updates from time to time, a spar which is just for practice and doesn't give you anything, the large punching bag, the small up high punching bag, an accuracy test, and an endurance match. The last four I mentioned give you upgrade points that you can spend on boosts which I named earlier.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Provides a better workout than most fitness games November 17, 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I review a lot of games that can be used for fitness and exercise. Very rarely has a game provided such an intense workout that just after a few minutes of playing with it, I'm covered with perspiration and my muscles feel tighter. It happened with this one.

It takes a while for you to get started with this game. When you pop the disc into your PS3, you need to wait a few minutes while the game data installs. You're instantly introduced to "Duke", your virtual trainer who looks like he's been in a couple fights himself in his day (the graphics are so detailed it's hard to tell if he's a real person or a computer-generated image).

You start out by entering your weight, height, and age. Your BMI is calculated for you.

You can then choose a look for your fighter. You select from a variety of faces, beards, hair colors, and hair styles. Chances are you can get someone approximating your look.

In the next step, you divide 60 "ability points" into various categories: strength, speed, stamina, chin (your charater's ability to take a punch), heart (your character's resolve in staying up despite taking a beating), and technique. In the course of the game, you can win more "ability points" to further strengthen your character.

In the next step, you calibrate your Move controllers (you need two of them). The process is a bit more involved than usual. You need to center yourself in the camera, stretch your arms straight out, and then move your remotes back and forth. You can also take a picture of the background without you in it to enable head tracking, which will supposedly track your head movements just like a Kinect (I couldn't get it to work on mine, possibly because I had objects in the background).
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most fun rigorous workout! - Lost 5 lbs in a week! November 20, 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was waiting for this game for a long time, but I was a bit concerned that reviews for this game from various websites were not that positive. But I bought it anyways, and boy I am glad I did!! I lost 5 lbs in about a week playing this game, and the best part is that it was a fun process, and I keep wanting to play despite my sore arms!!!

You have to have a right expectation though. Although the control does give you an excellent 1-to-1 representation most of the time, sometime it does get out of whack (but you can quickly readjust during the game by pressing "o" button). Aside from some basic punches (straight, upper cut, hooks...etc)and easy special moves, other advanced moves are hard to pull off especially if you haven't built enough character attributes. Also the game is simple and straightforward - keep training to get stronger and beating up various opponents. No fancy storyline or breathtaking graphics...etc

But if you just want to workout sweating & getting your heart pumping while having lots of fun (assuming you don't mind this type of violence), I highly recommend this game!!

Update (12/11/2010) - It's been about one month since I started playing this game. I beat all the opponents, but replaying them is still super fun, and now I have added this as a part of my daily workout routines. I was never this disciplined and persistent with workout until I started playing this game because of the fun factor. It guaranteed to make me push the envelop because you really don't want to get beaten up in the game and you will fight for your life without realizing how exhausted you are until the fight it over!
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