Fight Night Champion
Released on 04 March 2011
Rating: 16+ (PEGI)
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Average rating (33 reviews)
Worst game of its series, I am a fight night fan and completetly disapointed with this game which is that unrealistic that it seems like an arcade game, punches are faster but not consistent, knockdowns are sloppy ang its very glitchy, they had two years to make this a good game and failed dramaticaly
Played the demo on my ps3 and i loved it the graphics are some of the best and the gameplay is also better than most other games
Played the demo last night and LOVED it!! have to say the new punch control works very well, loved the old way but think this actually may be a better system.
the graphics and animation are both a HUGE improvement on what was already very good.
all new modes look captivating and the old legacy mode looks much improved (although time will tell) instead of train, fight, train, train, fight, train, fight etc etc
all in all VERY IMPRESSED with the overall package and will be playing the day of release!!
how many more of these titles are we going to have to endure.fnr4 was good but that dead horse is being flogged again.heavyweight division is non existent now so we have to play ali again.enough is enough.
Based on the demo, I am loving this game already and have pre-ordered it. Being into martial arts myself I am aware of the boxing techniques and when playing online against others I am enjoying the fights. All I can say is that this game is a KnockOut ; ) Get it...
Not Dissapointed with this Game,will be buying this when the price drops a bit, I liked Fight Night Round 3 & 4 but it took a bit of getting use to with no 4,but this one i got straight into it like no 3, Defo will buy in a few months.
The new instalment is good but why they decided to allow button bashing is beyond me takes all the skill out of the game if I wanted to play tekken I would. Big step backwards! The story mode is really good gives you a different experience buy could have been improved if combined with legacy mode so your own guy is been followed not some random, in this sense they should take notes from don king boxing. Overall it is a good game to have but unless you really like your boxing it's not worth buying if you have the last one.
Played the demo and thought it was really good,graphically i would say it is better than fnr4 and i think plays better too.It,s looking the best fight night so far.The only thing to get used to is the sometimes moving camera which occasionally depending on your movement can see you transfer to the right hand side,but this doesn,t happen very often and is a nice change from fnr4.Overall i would recommend this game to any boxing fan or anyone who likes a good beat em up.Roll on march 4th.
Absolutely brilliant game, and certainly sets the standard for the Fight Night franchise.
The main story line it's self is very much like Rocky in a way, it follows the carear and life of Andre Bishop and you go through all the high's and low's of his life and carear. There are a variety of other characters in the game who will ultimately help you and go against you.
Graphics - 10
Physics - 10
Story - 10
Boxers available - 10
ok yes it still lokks good as ever and stuff but so was the last game ... not toooo much has really change its getting like fifa only few new things and small things they are really just like fifa and all other ea sports games