1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Thats how easy it is to lose in this game.
ll_jun10r_ll wrote this review on .
The controls, if you haven't ever played a fight night game will seem slightly confusing but easy to figure out and master. The lay out for them is that depending on where you move the right joystick depends on how your character will move punch and where.
You will fight loads of guy to make your way to the top, and in doing that, you will also be able to hire a trainer before each match to increase your stats, the better the trainer, the better you can raise your stats, and also the more he will cost.
The graphics in this game are absolutely beautiful, each boxers short move around so slickly, you'll forget you eyes need to be looking a little higher. Just kidding, you won't forget you need to be looking higher. However you will notice from time to time a couple of graphic problems, with your boxer going through the ring or the other boxer. But when your, or your opponent do manage to get that one hard hit, you'll admire the slowdown to show the blood and junk fly off your face.
All the cheering sounds rich, and those hard hits make you want more. The soundtrack is also very admirable.
In the end this game is very worthwhile, the games career will last while, and the hard hits wont get old for a while, this is definately one of the games for the system that you wanna get.