When i originally got this game i couldn't put it down for three weeks it is really addicitive the graphics are nice and there is nothing more satisfying then knocking your oppenent clean out.
Going into career mode (creating your own character from scratch training him up to me champion) is were this game suceeds, due to variability of having him speedy, powerful or just pure stamina to see out the rounds.
The controls are nice and easy to get use to but effective. The best boxing game out on the psp to date.
The best £15 you can spend on any boxing game for the PSP. If you are a boxing fan its a definate buy if your not its still a really awesome game, its only downfall is when you finally master it , it becomes too easy but i guess any game you master becomes easy. All in all an excellent game and nice and cheap at £15.
The best portable boxing game you can get. Graphics are great, commentary is good and gameplay is layered and fun. Plenty of game modes and a great career, it has to be said its similar to the console fight night round 2 than the console version of round 3 but its still great, only complaint is id liked some more boxers, only one british boxer ( ricky hatton, incase you wanted to know) - but the usual legends are in Marciano, Ali, Frasier and new guys like del a hoya, hopkins etc. There is Plenty of kit to unlock for you custom boxer and you can start career as any of the real boxers and rebuild his legacy which is very good and lenghtens the lifespan of the game. If you like boxing this is a must but really that goes without saying. (ps avoid Rocky Balboa it has no career mode!!!)