The main reason I don't regret owning a PlayStation Move
M. Donnelly, Amazon
18 December 2011
Summary: I own a PlayStation Move. I was an early adopter, and honestly, while the technology is solid, the games being produced are the same as Wii games. Enter The Fight: Lights Out. If it wasn't for this game, I would probably sell my PS Move used to someone else.
Summary: After reading most of the reviews on here and not listening to other "experts" I picked up this game. Let me say I was very impressed. By the time I finished playing, I was drenched in sweat. The only reason this game doesn't get a 10 from me is because of the constant recalibration.
Summary: I'm not going to point out all the pros and cons that others have covered. I really don't have anything new to add in that regard. I'm here to warn you guys of the aftermath. =) Let's see...I unwrapped the game Saturday evening and proceeded through the tutorials.
Summary: This game is not easy, it will test your Cardio Fitness as well as help it if you keep at it. You need to build your fighter's skills to have success, if you are looking for a calm game to play "The Fight" IS NOT FOR YOU... YOU WILL SWEAT, YOU WILL BE OUT OF BREATH!
Summary: The gaming sites really messed this one up. They either overrate (GTA IV) or underrate (The Fight) games according to their favoritism. That's the nature of opinions and some gaming sites for you. However, they got it all wrong on this one. Does the game offer pros and cons?
Those "professional" reviewers don't know how to throw a punch
Richard Hermanto, Amazon
23 November 2010
Summary: Finally got the game last night and gave it a go. I gave my fighter 10 points in each category then off to my first fight event. I won the fight throwing only 6 punches and I got the 'lightning' trophy to boot! I nearly cried for joy looking at my punches being tracked in such accuracy!
Summary: Length:: 5:14 Mins Notes: I am aware of how silly my punches may look, I'm a poet first and fighter second! Positives: Awesome punch tracking. Great workout. Tons of customizables. Lag-free online gameplay. Negatives: Terrible head tracking. Finicky dirty moves. Tough to keep your feet planted.
Summary: I have been anxiously awaiting the release of this game. as I love everything and anything do with fighting. Both in a real life cage and in a video game. That being said, I will give my review as such The Game is a great workout and you will feel it immediately, however as I mentioned I fight for...
Summary: I held out for a long time before trying this game but i snapped it once it reached a bargain-basement price. Let me begin by saying that if/when Fight 2.0 sees the light, i'm going to buy it outright! The game is quite something.
Haters gonna hate, but it's the best workout game on all video-games consoles!
29 December 2012
Summary: The fighting in this game is extremely well done, the character moves his arms the same way you do. It is really that precise. If you ever have ever been boxing, you would know how hard it is. You also would know why pro boxers become tired after the first couple of rounds.