Summary: The game has good graphics and fight sequences. The boxer's facial features and expressions when they get hit is realistic as well, which is one of the reasons why I like this game. Some of its problems is that Muhammad Ali is too strong and too fast. I was able to beat him, but it took a while to figure out his style. In fact, so much attention and skill is given to Ali that one would think the game should be called Muhammad Ali boxing rather than KK 2002.
Summary: The graphics are decent, but could be better. Its fun for a while, then get boring, and like I said the graphics are not that good. Like the crowd looks [bad], and the graphics on the boxers are decent. There are some good boxers up there though. Dont buy it unless you really like boxing.
Summary: Highly enjoyable and extremely addictive if you're willing to learn the mechanics of the control system. It's an improvement over KK 2001, which was slow and clunky. But as you've been hearing, KK 2002 does have flaws. EA did away with the simulation aspects, and went for an arcade style this time to "please the kids", as their chief designer says.
Summary: I understand what my fellow reviewers had to say about this game, and do agree with most of their complaints... For example, the Career mode is WAY inferior to that of even the original KO Kings... There is no way to block a body punch, and throwing one is very difficult (although not random, as another reviewer suggested) The graphics are a tad inferior to last year's game, although still pretty impressive...