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- 3 new Impact Punches, with high risk and high reward - put down your opponent or get knocked on the canvas. Players are only one punch away from the entire dynamic of the fight changing!
- Clench down on that mouth guard, rookie! Super Punch lets you feel the impact of a devastating punch, as the boxer's face ripples from that blow
- Design a fighting style all your own, and see how you match up against the authentic signature styles from the world's best fighters
- Establish rivalries by intimidating opponents before the big fight with heated press conferences, trash talkin', and fights at weigh-ins
- Watch ESPN Classic footage of real-life bouts or re-create the greatest fights from past and present
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THE LONG: I love Fight Night, and always have- starting with the original game and working up to last spring's Round 2, I always loved the boxer control and realistic approach. Round 3 just came out, and I'm sorry but I can't compare the home version to the PSP one since I'm waiting for the 360 version, a system I don't yet have.
What I CAN do is tell you how the game is on its own, and how it compares to the home version of Fight Night Round 2, which this game is almost exactly like.
For those who are new, you don't have much at all to be worried about. In this game, you take control of a well-known or created boxer and rise up the ranks by picking your outfit, trainer and cutman, and fighting your way to the top. You'll fight a bunch of randomly generated opponents (since there's only so many real characters in the game) and at the top of the heap you'll face the champ of your weight class. And like in real life, you then defend your belt. The game doesn't end if you lose, you just have to regain your rank. Fight until you choose to retire, or are too old to continue. This is the general progression of the game.
Between each fight, you'll train to power up your body to be fast, powerful, defensive, or a balance of all 3 in several areas, training in 3 levels of intensity.Read more ›
Still, the game is tremendously addicting. It has an awesome create a fighter mode that is pretty much a mini art game by itself. the graphics are PS2 quality and the controls really become intuitive after an hour or two. All in all, a must buy for PSP owners.
1-For the most part, it is very realistic. The boxers look very real when moving, punching, etc.
2-The career mode is great, except that you MUST start out as an amateur fighter instead of going straight to pro. Being able to move up in weight and then go back down is one of the features I like the most.
3-Being able to choose from great fighters and challenge great fighters is really fun!
4-The difficulty levels are about right. Easy is NOT easy at first, but becomes easier and then you have to gradually move up in difficulty as you get better.
5-This is one of the few boxing games where you can realistically throw body punches and they will actually make a difference in your opponents health.
6-The "signature" punch feature is a lot of fun, especially when you score a one-punch knockout.
There are a few annoying parts of the game. They are:
1-Some of the boxers you go against in career mode look truly ridiculous(I swear one of the middleweights looks just like Geddy Lee from the band RUSH!)and you frequently take on heavyweights even if you're a middleweight, and some of those guys are just butterballs.
2-When your opponent "parry's" one of your punches, you just go limp. (I spent 4 years as an amateur boxer and I never once was rendered paralyzed and defenseless just because I guy blocked a punch.)
3-Some of the boxers they chose make me scratch my head. I.e.,-Calvin Brock in the heavyweight division instead of Joe Louis or Rocky Marciano??? Come on! The lightweight division has no Camacho, Arguello or Mayweather. Give me a break!
4-Instead of a different set of boxers in each weight class, you have several boxers in more than 1 weight class. I.e., Holyfield is a lt.Read more ›
Overall still love this game!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It got here pretty fast, everything worked, so would definitely buy again!Published 17 months ago by Juan Lugo
I bought two games so me and my son can box.It's a great game and I love it.I got a great deal on them!Published on April 19, 2014 by BIGLENNY
The game was in good condition like they claimed it would be. I was very happy with the game. Thanks again.Published on March 17, 2014 by michael lugay
got this to keep me bizzy when I worked over night at the hotel and it worked I love this game..just wish it had TYSON on itPublished on January 26, 2014 by Jerred
Very fun game. It's so fun that I actually bought it instead of ran it on my CFW. That speaks volumes, cha know?Published on November 9, 2013 by Nom de Guerre
This is a great game that kept my husband busy during our long flight. I would recommend this to boxing fans.Published on June 16, 2013 by Jenny Rios
This game provided me hours of fun on deployment. It isn't the most difficult game to play but the graphics were very good.Published on January 13, 2013 by K. Fisch
I've been playing boxing games since the racist one that ATARI put out. Fight Night outclasses them. Read morePublished on June 16, 2012 by Howie