Summary: This game is bad. From the very limited options available when designing your boxer to the actual gameplay, this game is thoroughly disappointing. I have to win to be able to train, but how can I win if I can't train?
Summary: I purchased this game for my nine year old son and he loves it. Normally he enjoys the football and basketball games, but I wanted him to explore other available games so I purchased him this boxing game. He is very happy that I did!!!
BEST BOXING FOR THE NINTENDO DS...FIGHT NIGHT STILL BETTER!!
S. Dorsey "totalartist", Amazon
27 June 2009
Summary: I usually stick to the playstation and PSP for playing games, but figured I'd try out the Nintendo DSi. There is no Fight Night title for the DSi, so I figured I'd check out this Don King boxing game. I'm surprised to find that the game is very fun to play.
Let's Get Ready to Rumbl-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-e!
Eagle Vision, Amazon
23 April 2009
Summary: Don King Boxing is a solid boxing game. As you progress in your quest for more wins, you unlock boxers to fight in Classic Fights and get to use them in exhibition. The most notable boxers are Leon Sphinx, Joe Frasier, Joe Louis and Rocky Marciano.
Conclusion: I didn't expect too much when I picked this up but its so addictive. Haven't put it down for days. Graphics are suprisingly good for the DS and the controls make it very enjoyable. Genuinely a good game. Best boxing game on the DS.
Summary: Hola compis de Ciao: Me gusta mucho practicar deportes de contacto y algún tipo de artes marciales, y aunque no es lo mismo que sudarlo, no está nada mal para quien sea aficionado desconectar de la rutina soltando golpes y recibiendo pero sin dolor, que es lo mejor de los videojuegos,jeje...