Summary: i love this game, yet at the same time i hate it. For the most part you are boxing normal boxers and its amazingly fun, but sometimes you come accross people like chris byrd who runs from you the entire time and blocks all your punches untill he runs your stamina low enough to drill you in the later rounds. IT [irritates] ME NO END.
Summary: If you're a boxing fan and understand the ins and outs of the boxing world... You'll love Fight Night. For it's time it has to be the best boxing game ever produced. I saw the game while walking across an aisle in a store and once I played the demo, I was hooked! The only thing missing here is some of the fighters you would like did not sign up to be in the game.. so, sorry no Tyson.
Summary: not that good but not that bad either. its an ok game with strange appeal. its not addictive to play. but at the end you feel like this game is just trying to appeal to Hip hop kids without much saying from adults. i don't think its worth buying but i'm waiting till the new version comes out.
Summary: Fight Night can be alot of fun, but it's certainly not the best boxing sim I have ever seen. I actually still prefer KO Kings 2001, to this game. KO King 2001 had clinching, 4 types of cheat punches, realistic cuts, realistic fighter entrance music, realistic commentary(From Teddy Atlas and Max Kellerman), and realistic and fun special punches... Fight Night just isn't a realistic boxing sim.