Summary: The game arrived exactly on time. The disk was in perfect condition, no scratches at all. As far as the game itself goes, I purchased it for a 6yr old. Unfortunately the cam was even complicated for me to learn. Once you get the hang of it though, it's pretty fun.
Summary: Wow. this game is just plain awesome. i love how you can make a character and perzonlize him in anyway possible and then have a career. you dont pick body types like in WWE but you can form his muscles and face features with the analog stick. i think config 3 is the best way to play, because other configs you use the right analog stick to punch, and you need to punch alot, so this may lead to jacking up your analog sticks.
One of the best sports games ever made; easily best boxing game
James J., Amazon
1 December 2010
Summary: This is one of the best video games I have ever played. As soon as I learned how to play Fight Night 2004, I was very seriously hooked on it, especially as boxing was not appearing as much on television and was being replaced by MMA, which I don't find as consistently interesting to watch-- MMA to me is a novelty act replacing a real art, a gladiator pit replacing a game of skill (the fighters are great but I like to see two fighters of the same style going head to...
Summary: this game its really cool the graphics are awesome you could see the sweat falling from their head and body the game looks realistic theirs a lot boxers to pick. one day i bought fight night round 3 i played it and u didnt like it so i return it and got fight night round 2 and when i played i was so execited and what i see is that fight night round 2 is better than 3 the story line is cool you get to create your boxer and put him in story line and make him the best boxer...
Summary: This game is awsome, you get to create a fighter in very very detailed looks and i mean detailed to how wide, long, short, you name it. This game gives you a great feeling of releif when you knock somebody down, but it feels even better when when you TKO them, thats when your opponent has danger of permanent damage. The graphics are insane, when you hit them you see blood, sweat, and there mouth piece flying.
Summary: Back in January, with a $25 mall gift certificate to burn, I was running out of ideas what to buy, when I stumbled upon a slightly used copy of this game. I looked at the back, saw you could create your own boxer, thought it might be fun, and purchased it. I had no idea it would be as full-on addicting as it is!
Summary: Well I bought this game almost like 5 months ago because some of my friends told me that "fight night round 3 was not as good as this one" I had never play round 3 but I bet that this one is better just because i got use to the control and I think that round 3 change it. I love this game, I should it bought it when it 1st came in...im glad i bought it, I still play it, but I hope that round 4 or whatever the name is be a better game... If you havent play it...buy it.
Summary: Fight Night Round 2 is pound for pound the best boxing game produced yet. The total punch control is very sensitive and one can control the boxers every move. The learning curve is steep, but opponent AI is excellent and the difficult moves like parrying and blocking combos is tough. It actually takes work to learn these skills, but is great fun. I love boxing and this game is a great pleasure. Only game I have ever played that made me sweat!!!!