Summary: Hands movement tracking is very accurate, it's pretty much 1:1. But boxing is more than just throwing punches, body movement is a vital part of boxing. This is where this game falls short. In order to track the hands accurately, you have to be stationary. Your feet have to lock in the spot where camera registered your body at the beginning of calibration, otherwise the accuracy of tracking goes out the window.
Summary: The games got a great idea but feels lacking. 1 to 1 motion is really good but it needs to have more than that. You will stay stationary and when you really get into the fight you will move around. It's the best workout but for martial artist they want more movement. Seems more like a boxing game with cheap shots. The game is good but not excellent.
Summary: The game is really exciting but a little hard and makes you very tired in a short time. While playing the game you spend lots of efford. İn the beginning you cant even punc correct and you start to check the calibration and the settings, but it is just because of your player is too weak. The game should be better if it lets to earn credits easier and pass levels quicker.
Summary: Certainly gets the old cardio vascular going but sometimes the results can be disheartening. Maybe we aren't set up right but sometimes you can throw punches till you face turns blue and not hurt anyone but yourself.
Summary: I bought this game in addition to other games to exceed the E25 limit for free delivery ;-). As mentioned by other user reviews, ignore the "Game" magazine / site reviews, the game is a joy to play. And yes after a session you will feel your arms and back :-) In low lit environments it sometimes stutters, but as always Move games are Move responsive in a well-lit environment.
Summary: Ok, first time I played this I didn't think it was very good. You spend most of your time just flailing around and trying to land hard punches using the move controllers. I played it for just under an hour and then moved on to something else. What I didn't expect was to wake up the next morning stiff as a board because I'd used muscles I didn't know I had!! Now I'm not an unfit guy.
Summary: Bought this as my first PS3 Move game and although I am sure it could be good I have trouble as my living room is to small and I can not stand far enough away from the camera for it to track all my movements resulting in getting the #*$! kicked out of me most of the time! - never had this problem with eye toy games on the ps2.
Conclusion: sort of works sort of doesn't. at times it feels great connecting with good punches and other times you are flapping your hands about like a 8 year old girl. it's important to calibrate it as best you can to get the best out of it but still sometimes you are in a fight and feel like you don't connect with it properly.
Summary: For the most part, The Fight is a cool game. The controls are not as bad as they say in the reviews. The main thing if you want it to work is to train a lot in the training room. Otherwise you will spend a lot of energy trying to hit hard and fast, but your character will just not follow you. Once you reach a certain level, you will feel that your character act more and more like what you do in real life.