Summary: This is a really fun little game. It has really nice graphics and a cool control system where you have the ds upside down so you use the stylus to punch on the upper screen. Highly recommended if you want a fun game.
Summary: Shoddy touch-screen controls. Awkward upside-down DS handling. It's fun, but after owning it a few weeks I can't say that I've played it more than a few times. I'm thankful I only spent $9 on it. Product arrived quickly too. I guess overall it's not terrible, but it's certainly no Punch-Out.
Summary: I saw this game at a local video game store and suggested it to my brother as one of the games to get me for christmas(He got me Cate West which is also a good game) so I bought this one with an Amazon gift card my grandma got me. In terms of fighting mechanics, the game itself is unique. Unlike Brain age and Hotel Dusk room 215 where the DS is held like a book this game turns the DS format upside down. . . litteraly!
Excerpt: "...a gym is erected and animal instincts take over and they all learn to box. In order to retain your place at the top of the food chain you have to follow suit and defeat your new enemies. It’s now time to stick on your gloves, put up your guard and take to the ring as you box your way to the top. ==The start== The start of the game sees you selecting your character. The choice is from a handful of different sized human beings (you cannot play ...
Pros: Lots of opponents, easy to learn and suitable for all ages, good graphics
Cons: Very repetitive, no real skill required, hitting animals is a bit wrong