One of the better Move exclusive games. Lots of light for accurate control
7 December 2012
Summary: Good game. Gives you a good upper body workout when played with move controllers. You WILL break a sweat. It's best to have good lighting and/or a white/bright background for head tracking to work and track properly. Controls are most accurate if play during the day time with bright natural lights.
Fun whacky cardio game, which features Danny Trejo as your gym coach.
7 September 2012
Summary: Although the graphics look kind of outdated, the game is actually fun. Out of all the PS3 move games, this has got to be one of the best. Its basically a cardio work out game, and not a story based game which is probably why it gets negative criticism. It utilizes dual Move motion controllers and the player controls the in-game avatar like a puppet. The motion tracking is very accurate (depending on lighting and background)and the ps3 camera analyzes your body movements.
All in all a great excursusing game if your want a good workout.
1 April 2012
Summary: I got this game because I herd it was a good work out game without it actully being a work out game lol. The mechanics are good and the controls are easy to get used to; and it does feel like your truly fighting in boxing if you really get into it. The 3D does a good job of elevating the game to a new leave of real.
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. First, let's get out of the way the fact that you need two PlayStation Move controllers to play The Fight, plus the PlayStation Eye camera. It's quite the investment.
Keep moving and protect yourself or it's Lights Out
13 November 2011
Summary: Disc plays a bit scratchy but does not effect game play It will take time to get positioning and movements to coincide better. Overall fun game to get you moving but I expect frustration as difficulty increases
Summary: At first it felt a bit weird as the fighter can't accurately punsh but the more you get used to it the more it comes to you very entertaining but get you tired very quickly, I enjoy playing on multiplayer mode, defenatly a game to have if you like the move concept :-) Enjoy and keep playing
Summary: I love this game. The online mode is awesome if only there were more traffic. You can't find people to fight most of the time. When you start you should make sure to up your stats by going into training mode. If not, you'll miss more and the virtual fighter will not mimic you as well as it should.
Summary: Really cool game..but takes a good while to get used to it. The calibration for the camera and motion controllers can be a pain sometimes and requires you to reboot camera often when it does that. But once the game gets going..it's worth it.