It's natural that as soon as another Boxing game comes out , it will be linked with Fight Night. It isn't Fight Night , at all. The film and story is good to it , nice amount of detail. If Prizefighter used Fight Night's control system it would be slammed for imitating. That's why I think they stuck with the buttons , as opposed to the thumb sticks for hits. Some of the training modes are hard to get into , but achievable. The graphics aren't that good , but the game-play can some times can make up for that. The signature punches are easy to perform and don't take any amount of twiddling with the thumb stick. It's got a lot to live up with Fight Night , but let's be honest - does every Boxer have to be as skilled as Ali or Marciano to be considered good ? No. Stop crying about minor things.
This game is a waste of money,if you punch someone the boxing glove sometimes goes through the opponents body,the graphics are rubbish, the career mode gets boring, the only good feature about this game is the create a boxer and even thats not very good, you dont have many options to choose from. Just get fight night round 3 its so much better.
The in ring action in this game is slightly annoying until you get used to it. The boxers move very slowly and leave you wanting to throw your control at your pet dog!
But when you get into the full swing of the career mode and training your boxer, for £14.99 there are worse games out there for more money. I bought this one to see me through a few days holiday over xmas and thats exactly what its done.
This game has the potential to be the best boxing game ever. However, everything about the game was perfect except, the game play itself. I absolutely loved the story mode as it gives you a more in-depth reality of being a professional boxer. However, this would definately be the best boxing game ever if, it had the same gameplay as fight night round 3. If only the two were combined, you'd have the best ever boxing simulation ever created. Fact!!!