Summary: First of all, I'll try to keep this review short and simple. I own 2 boxing games for the xbox. Fight Night 2004 and Knockout Kings 2002. Fight Night 2004 has slightly better gtaphics and seems to be a "deeper" game, but Knockout Kings 2002 is funner and more playable.
Summary: The game is most definately the best boxing game of all time, but that doesn't say much. The game needs more boxers to choose from, I mean how can you make a boxing game and exclude Roy Jones Jr., Mike Tyson or George Foreman!
Summary: I purchased this game a few days ago and now getting the hang of it. I like the graphics, they are pretty good and I think you'll enjoy that part of it. As far as the action is concerned, your fingers will kill you playing this game!
Summary: This game is definitely an improvement over 2001 in overall gameplay. 2001 was all about standing, blocking, and punching. 2002 is all about sticking and moving, bobbing and weaving, then jabbing and hooks and crosses.
Excerpt: The name really says it all. Every year EA make a better knockout kings game. The controls haven’t changed so if you played the other games before you are able to catch on quickly. Unlike the other games, the boxers face actually bleed and swell up when they have been beaten up really badly.
Excerpt: Hello this is my first opinion on CIAO I hope you like it. I recently purchased Knockout kings 2002 from Dixon’s for £39.99. It is a very detailed game with bruising and swelling around the eye and you can fight in some of the top arenas around the world such as Caesers palace, Las Vegas and Wembley...
Summary: i found that knockout kings is a great game for 12-16 year olds, fantastic graphics but dodgy commentary, knockout kings 2002 is a big advance from the 2001 version, with a longer championship mode and alot more, recent boxers to choose from, create a boxer available.