Victorious Boxers: Ippo's Road to Glory
Victorious Boxers is the most technically accurate interpretation of the sport of boxing ever made.
The graphics are great, the gameplay is solid, and the quick fights make it the perfect type of game to play when you're on the go.
Boxing is just simply a fun game to play that is more than worth its $10 price tag.
Contender 2 is a much more enjoyable arcade-style boxing game than its processor, and fans of the original game, as well as fans of the genre, will undoubtedly enjoy it.
HBO Boxing is another disappointing boxing game that fails to even come close to re-creating the look and feel of the sport in the ring.
Knockout Kings 2001
Knockout Kings 2001 is more of a hitting simulation than a boxing simulation, which is a complete turnoff for die-hard boxing fans who want realism.
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2
Since the game's AI is relatively simple, you'll quickly learn all of the little tricks that'll lead you to a win with little or no thought put into it at ...
Mike Tyson Boxing
Mike Tyson's Boxing just doesn't have the depth of Knockout Kings or the immediate satisfaction found from the arcade style of play in Ready 2 Rumble.
K-1 Grand Prix
K-1 Grand Prix is for the most part the same as the original.
Knockout Kings 2000
Die-hard boxing purists who are still looking for a game with true-to-life gameplay, however, will enjoy Knockout Kings 2000 for a brief period, quickly tire of its sim-free control, and ...
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing
Ready 2 Rumble is one of the must-have launch games on the Dreamcast.
This sequel falls squarely into the rent-me bin.
It may not have real fighters or venues, but it plays well and looks decent.
Knockout Kings (1998)
Overall, Knockout Kings is the best representation of the sport of boxing in a game so far.
KO the Live Boxing
KO The Live Boxing is the latest of the Japanese boxing games that combines the simulation aspects of Boxer's Road with the 3D action of Center Ring Boxing, but not ...