Summary: I rented this game.I created my guy, and entered him in the Heavyweight class.I went through the ranks with this guy, starting around rank 50, i worked through the guys,some stronger than others, i eventually reached the first place guy.So after KOing him, you get the heavyweight belt woo hoo, then you go down one weight class to light hevyweight,easier cause they dont have as much power,so then you get up to the 1st place guy and k.o him too.then you go for the Unified...
Summary: When I first played Fight Night 1 i was convinced that it was the best boxing game of all time. I couldnt wait for part 2...but now that part two is here i have to ask what happend to the game i knew and love...The biggest complaint(not mine) about last years version was for people who fought with buttons...(which i actually gave you a very realistic button/punch setup) however buttons will do you know good on this one. the game has been changed to favor analog use.
Summary: Three steps forward last year with Fight Night 1, four steps back with this title. Greath graphics and.......... that's about it. Get's real old real fast. Fighting mechanics do not feel organic, difficult still, even with the improvements to throw combos and the using the fight stick has literally given me a blister on my right thumb. Rent it to see for yourself, avoid buying it.
Summary: As a big fan of the Fight Night series, I expected this to be a great game. But noooo. They took everything good about Fight Night and flushed it down the drain, keeping all the bad parts and constructing an invention from scratch. When they proudly looked upon the garbage heap, they decided to title it Fight Night Round 2.