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|Even when you are not that much into boxing, this game rocks! It is even more fun with two people playing it...|
Reviewed by: Amazon Reviewer Rating: Date Reviewed: 01Feb2009
|this game is ok till you get further into career mode and then its stupid. i was winning on all 12 rounds of the fight and i hit my opponent about 6 hundred times in the stomach and he hits me twice and i go down. what a joke what is wrong with these stupid games. there should be a one knockout punch like in real boxing|
Reviewed by: Amazon Reviewer Rating: Date Reviewed: 25Dec2008
|On single-player this is a good game. However, the on-line mode makes this a truely great game. This is by far the best boxing game to come out on any console and it should appeal to any fan of the fight game.|
The game play is fluid, the tactics are realistic. Im still playing the game on a regular basis and Ive had it for years.
The on-line mode is exceptional. The AI (in single player mode) is not the greatest but when playing another human player from some where around the world then this game is in a league of its own.
If your a fan of boxing and video games ... then this is a must buy.
Reviewed by: Amazon Reviewer Rating: Date Reviewed: 04Jul2008
|I dont own this game myself but I borrowed it off my brother for a bit so that I could get some easy achievements. EA Sports: Fight Night: Round 3 is a Boxing Game and it is the third game in the series. Obviously, the game is done by EA Sports (Electronic Arts).|
The goal in the game is to build up a custom made character or choose a pre-set character and then take him through a boxing career. You simply choose a challenger you wish to fight, train up your character with a trainer and then once youve done some training you are ready to set yourself to a fight. By winning matches, your character will become popular and the more popular you are, the more trophies and prizes you can achieve. Not to mention, that there are also Sponsored fights you can enter as well by the Dodge, Everlast, EA Sports, Under Armour and even Burger King events!
Unfortunately I cannot explain much more about the game as my brother offered a deal to me which was he finishes Fight Night for me on my XBox 360 whilst I finish his game Prey on the XBox 360 since I finished the game a little earlier!
However I can say that EA Sports: Fight Night: Round 3 has a small amount total of 8 achivements in total, allowing you to get a total of 1000 Gamerscore Points. Each achievement is roughly worth 100 or 150 Points each.
My Personal Game Score: 8.5/10: Excellent, Wonderful, Good One
My Wish: The controls on the game are confusing, as you mostly have to rely on the Right Joystick and the RB button on the XBox 360 controller for jabs, smacks and haymakers. Its hard to gain practice for the game so I do wish for some control training in the game.
Final Comments: If you like boxing or you fancy a game where you can earn a easy 1000 Points in achievements, then EA Sports: Fight Night: Round 3 is a game for you to try! Lets Get Ready To Rumble!!!
Review By Captain Chris Kipper
Reviewed by: Amazon Reviewer Rating: Date Reviewed: 31Mar2008
|good graphics punch contros knockouts are really cool, the only problem were is amir kahn, floyg mayweather, joe kalzaghe, enzo macrannelli etc there aint enogh boxers in it that why i gave it only 4/5|
Reviewed by: Amazon Reviewer Rating: Date Reviewed: 24Mar2008
|The graphics are great and the total punch control system is good, but Im still waiting for a proper boxing career sim. This is EA all over to be fair. Some of the American sports games come close to simulating a career (Madden & NHL for example), but games such as Tiger Woods & Fight Night are still a long way out. Dont get me wrong, this game is fun to play and there are good customisation options for your boxer. Im just left feeling a little short changed. Achievements are also wildly uninteresting, with a 100-150 point achievement for each stage of your career. Nothing else. Worth buying if you like boxing, but dont expect anything other than a platform to punch an opponents lights out.|
Reviewed by: Amazon Reviewer Rating: Date Reviewed: 02Jan2008