Summary: Sucks at tracking your movements. I was really looking forward to this game when I first got PS Move. I went to gamestop and got it, and even the clerk said not to get it. I got used so I can return it if I wanted to. I returned it in the next week. Don't waste your money and buy something else.
Summary: So I got this game when Gamestop was having a 50% off on all Move and games, at the time this game was marked for $40 new, but was on sale for $9.99. Today I finally was ready to try this game out, been buy with others. played for 3 hrs and this game sucks. Like other said no matter the lighting or anything game doesn't track and the fact you got to re-calibrate it every match where it makes you hold both arms out from your side, and despite clearly seeing the camera...
Summary: Perhaps it was the fact that I tried to play this on an SD TV, but the Graphics were pretty bad, very dark and very simple. The sound was also pretty bad. It made it feel more like a slap fight then a fist war. But that is not the biggest problem with this game. The big Problem is. You can not play it. Not at all. You can be a casual gamer or completely hardcore. Either way, you will never make it past the tutorial.
Summary: I was really excited to get this game and get some exercise. However, after playing tonight for the first time, I am extremely let down. First, no lighting is good enough for the head tracker system. I tried lights off, lights on, dim, etc. Also it said there was too much movement and flickering. NO one was in the room in camera view!!! So I played without it. I tried to spar during the training part, you punches are so weak and errant, you can't hit anyone.
Summary: The idea of the game really appealed and I thought this could be the game to push the PS3 Move. Unfortunately it never quite lives up to its potential. The fights are a series of brawls (which get progressively nastier) against street fighters who after a while just become a bit same-y. The fights themselves are fun to begin with, and are especially good for a workout, but after a while gets very boring. This is mostly due to the problem with accuracy.
Conclusion: I got it yesterday, and had a lot of trouble with calibration and getting past the training stage (with the calibration problems), it looks ok but I'd rather wait for a better boxing/fighting game for now with PS Move.
Summary: I was really looking forward to this game coming out and couldn't wait for that amazon box to come in the post. Placed the disc in my ps3 and waiting rather inpatiently for it to install and update. When it came to the calibration I done exactly what was asked of me, but when it came to doing the training I couldn't hit a cows backside with a banjo. I've tried this game in different rooms, different lighting etc and its still shockingly bad.
Summary: This was the first Move game I have tried so I don't know if my problems are from my not understanding how to set up the system properly or that the game is flawed but I could not get this to work properly. I have only one motion controller and the set up seems to suggest that having two is the best way to go (I have a navigation controller but that doesn't seem to work with this game) so was having to use the normal wireless controller as my left hand.