Fight night is any night on the GameCube Knockout kings 2003.
22 December 2014
Excerpt: So I bought this online for less than £3 and I was not too fussed if it worked well or not, at that price the box is in good condition I would easily keep it as a spare but the game ran without any issues. This game supports 2 players and requires 5 blocks of a memory card for saving your game.
Pros: Good fun, great difficulty range makes it easy to pick up quickly .
Cons: It is just boxing, no real extra modes avaiable .
Summary: I've never played a boxing game before on any console so this was a first with knockout kings 2003. I didn't really know what to expect but found that with this game, for it's age, the graphics are top notch and smooth - the crowd members are just one dimensional pieces of paper just like on old SNES games which was a bit disappointing, but you only notice as a spectator to the game not when you're playing it so it's forgiveable and also with the main...
Summary: seriousluy this game is pretty damn good its just it becomes quite repetitive even though it lasts 4 a while. Erm Ranging from boxers from the "recent" Lennox Lewis to the "legendary" Muhammed Ali, it really gets u interested in boxing. One of the best parts of the game is that blood can get drawn from your opponent and their face becomes bruised and cut after the fight.
Summary: We all know EA to be a very well renowned publisher and once again they have proved that they can deliver the goods everytime. QUALITIES(the goods) > The menus are sporty and well designed. > The visuals and sound add a great deal towards the atmosphere, with the crowd roaring when you land a hit. > The animation of boxers is completely faultless and incredibly convincing. > Graphics are a great improvement from other knocout kings.