Summary: This has pretty much all the champs, Ali, Frazier, Leonard, Lewis, and Holyfield, among others. The graphics, sound, play controls are all well put together. I especially like the blood and bruise feature you can give to a boxer after your player has given him a particularly brutal beating.
Summary: this game is tyte as ..., its ten times better than all the other knock out kings. Those peices of ... were [bad], but this one on the other hand is a masterpiece (although your hands do get rather tired from openin up a can of ...).
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: 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: I like this game because it's a nice game to play against a friend. I have this along with Knockout Kings 2001. I've played this game to see if I liked it, and I did. People complained that this doesn't have ring enterances, and prefight introductions. So what! you can't have them all the time.