Summary: What can I say I could not wait for this game to come out and now I wish it never did !! What was EA Sports thinking on this one ? Not even a way to train your fighter you just jump in the ring and start flinging punches and who ever is lucky enough to land the most wins !!
Summary: I had last year's knock out kings, and loved the aspect of the training mode. However, this game doesn't have that. Sure graphics are good, but the control was better on the last game...Anyhow, I'd advise to avoid this game. Let's see how outrageous the advertising will be. Don't be fooled!!!!
Summary: Oh man! It's UGLY! I don't know what hurts more... the entire game or the fact that I called all the retail stores and check this website because I could not wait for this game to come out. I played this game and man it is Ugly! Yes the graphics are great but the overall game play is horrific.
Summary: After playing both PS versions of Knockout Kings 2001. I was looking forward to version 2002. What a huge letdown. Instead of improving on the game, they have chosen to almost redesign the game.
Summary: If ever a company has taken a step backward in development, well this is it! There is no strategy what so ever. Just get up and bang away at the buttons. For those who own other versions of Knockout Kings you are in for a huge disapointment.
Summary: bad points: this game is so frustrating! the movement is so bad, you have to just tap the analog stick to dodge punches, but whos going to just tap it when your getting wailed on. you can easily dodge punches by hopping around and by running away from your opponent.
Summary: Wow! What an experience. This game is great. The boxers in here give you a new fight experience everytime. I can't stop playing this game. My favorite boxer is Joe Frazier. He is a punishing hitter. I like to corner the other fighter and really let him have it. Ali is tough.
Summary: Though I do miss the old-time boxers like Joe Louis and Jake Lamotta, KK2002 is still a MUCH better game than 2001. Boxers now move freely about the ring. The game actually LOOKS like a real boxing match, as opposed to the 2001 which basically involved blocking, then punching, then blocking again.
Summary: Oh, lawd!!! May the gods have mercy on EA sports! As said before by my fellow dissatisfied game enthusiasts, this game has tons (I mean Colossus of Rhodes tons!) of disappointments. Playing this has an "arcadish" feel, and the need for strategy is not required.