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Boxing Manager

Released on 28 September 2007

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

1.0 out of 5 (5 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Show them who is king of the ring!

In Boxing Manager, players follow in the footsteps of legendary boxing promoters like Don King, as they make their way to the top of the business. Starting out with a small stable and just a single unknown fighter, he will be able to train and manage up to 20 fighters at the same time, as he aims for the championship titles in 3 federations and several weight classes.

Negotiate with locations, media, boxers, trainers and staff, as you set up bouts and promote them, juggling advertsising costs and income. The player supervises training, determines the strategy for upcoming fights and can adjust
technique and tactics in detail between rounds.

With increased funds, he can sign better boxers and better staff, in order to be able to set up bigger and better live events for your fighters and market them to the public via TV, radio and other avenues. The slick menus, realistic 3D bouts and faithful, motion-captured animations guarantee for authentic boxing atmosphere throughout. In addition, the in-game editor allows you to create new fighters and individually determine their looks, as well as their strengths and weaknesses.

Create your own champion boxer - Discover and train young talented fighters and give them tactical advice from the corner of the ring. Manage your boxers to victory!

The whole world of boxing - Promote your events with the help of TV spots, contracts, ticketing, etc. Work your way up to the top of the sport of boxing.

    For beginners and pros - The clear menu layout and user-friendly controls will provide a full overview and total control of the game at all times.

      Gameplay longevity guaranteed - Up to 20 of your own boxers can fight in all weight classes for the title in three groups. Become the champ of all the classes!

      customer Reviews

       Average rating (5 reviews)

       TKO

      | | See all allufrio's reviews (5)

      Nothing but utter crap!

      The match previews are extremely daunting, the fighters all pretty much look the same...I find it's almost impossible to keep in the green and the club gets shut down due to debt... this game is the biggest let down ever...there is a gap in the market for this genre - still, I wait for that one PC boxing game that at the very least is playable!!! Come on!!!! EA GET ON WITH IT!!!! - WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR!!!!!!!!

       Poor !!!

      | | See all Insurgent's reviews (5)

      Ok for the first couple of fights, then it is just boring... Poor graphics, Poor AI on the fighters, No ref, No commentry, no bleeding or bruising, No ring card models, no trainers, no stools, no diffrence in rings.. No anything really... This game should be a freeware game because it isnt worth paying for !!!

       Dreadful.

      | | See all SMC4175's reviews (5)

      This game is basically a graphical version of lesser well knowed internet. The training you do ingame has no effect on actual fights because all their scripted.

      The graphics are unrealistic and quite basis. Only give it 2 stars because the music is nice lol. Maybe one a proper boxing management game will get released, sadly this will never it.

       Worldwide Boxing Manager

      | | See all Harding's reviews (1)

      This could have been so good but unfortunately it falls flat. I have played it once and haven't since. The Boxers are wooden the atmosphere on fight night is non existent.

      The whole thing is just plain uninspiring.

      The search for an enjoyable boxing management game continues. Maybe the makers of Football Manager can step in and help us forget drivel like this.

       Awful

      | | See all daveyc2k2's reviews (1)

      It's ok for the the first fight but then gets very repetitive and very boring, very fast. The actual fight itself is so static and the atmosphere is not great. Overall I would avoid at all costs!!

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      Rating12+ (PEGI)