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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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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?
*Two PlayStation Move motion controllers and a PlayStation Eye camera required for play.
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The game provides a decent upper body workout. The controllers are fairly responsive to your input and I found myself really getting the hang of it. However it is kind of repetitive as boxing just tends to be. You may find yourself getting a tad bored after a few repetitive rounds as I did. However I do enjoy the game and find myself going back to it for a quick match or two just to break up the monotony of my other games.
As it is now priced ($15) it really is a heck of a deal. If you have a set of MOVE controllers and a camera I say buy it and try it out. If you decide that you don't like it well then for only $15 you haven't lost much. And if you have a 3D TV then this will be a nice addition to your 3D Game lineup!
I am removing 1 star for the fact that only 12 levels are avail. and another star because this really just wasn't a GREAT game. Enjoyable yes, just not a GREAT game. I will say that I really enjoyed the 3D aspect though! We really need more 3D games!
After playing the game myself for a few days, and reading more in-depth around to find more reviews, I'm seeing my exact same problems pretty much everywhere... except for the 5 star reviews here, which somehow seem to have had the exact opposite experience from... everybody else that's ever played this game.
To start with, jabs... almost work. They go where you expect them to roughly half the time, which is an extremely high rate for this game. Unfortunately, they have virtually no effect, as you'll often get pounded within milliseconds of your jab landing, even if you're throwing particularly snappy ones.
Uppercuts have a similar accuracy rate to jabs, but they actually do seem to have some effect. The one effective fighting method I've found against tougher opponents that move inside is repeated left uppercuts as they try for your body.
Hooks just... I don't even know what's going on. Even in the target practice mode, with multiple attempts so you can adjust from what you just threw, and power and form having virtually zero effect on results... it's incredibly hard to hit the glove he's holding out where your hook should naturally go. Missed by an inch too low? Swing an inch higher, and you miss the 10 inch pad by 5 inches above it. That is, of course, assuming we're talking about the left hand. Throwing a hook with the right hand will convince you your character is actually a velociraptor as you paw at the air inches away from your chest.
Which brings me to the real disaster-- the straight right hand. (Also the overhead right hand, the right hook, pretty much anything involving the right hand.) I swear I could build a ps move cannon that fires the controller directly at the camera, if it was representing the right hand it would still flail harmlessly a few inches forward and roughly 1-2 feet below where it was aimed. It's just completely out of whack. I've tried everything I can possibly think of, even going so far as to go past square to have my right hand farther forward than my left while fighting right-handed, I cannot get it to do anything remotely near what I'm doing with my right hand. It's like your character's right arm is suffering from whatever causes lazy eyes, except, you know, in your arm. It's 8 years old, it does what it wants. And apparently, what it wants is to cop a feel on your opponent's left shoulder. A LOT.
I've tried everything I can think of, from throwing the hardest punches i can using proper form, to using the ridiculously squared and badly formed mechanics Trejo uses in the instructionals, to attempt to ensure that turning my punches over isn't making it think I'm punching differently. It just doesn't matter what I do, my character flails aimlessly. I even took into account the reviews that explained away inaccuracies by saying you needed to train your fighter, and pumped most of my points into "technique" (which determines accuracy according to the game) from the start.
On the "plus" side, you can spam the hammer fist to win all the early fights (hold trigger and move right controller up and down, doesn't matter where you aim or anything) to get more "dirty" moves (yes, a hammer fist is somehow a dirty move in this game), and then spam rotations of them to win the later fights. It's still kind of a work out, but it's extremely boring.
If this game was the game the 5 star reviews say it is, it would be fantastic. It's not.
Imagine you're in a boxing match where you can't move your feet and have to push buttons to move your body forward and backward. Basically you're throwing punches while standing around. So you can't call it 1:1. Having that said, it is one of the best boxing game around and it will give you a good cardio workout.
- very accurate hands tracking
- Excellent graphics
- Feet can't move around, which is an unnatural way to box/fight.
- limited body movement tracking
PS Move Cons:
- it doesn't work in a bright environment. (My living room gets a tone of sun light during the day, I had to close the blinds for it to work)
- it doesn't work well in a small space. Camera has to be at least 5-6'away for it to work right.