Summary: I was in Sam's the other day, and I had 15 dollars to blow. I had a choice between this game and Knockout Kings, both obviously older games. I chose this one, thinking that the movie mode would be good. Boy was I right. I have never before beat a game by myself.
Summary: I saw this game at a retailer here and being a fan of the Rocky films, I knew I had to have it so I got it, popped it in the PS2 and was amazed with what I saw. It's exactly like the saga of Rocky Balboa beginning from the chapel match against Spider Rico in 1975 to the brutal no rules street fight...
Summary: iu myself am a huge fan of the movies so I had to get the game, and it was worth while to. It has great sound affects and the graphics are great, along the way you can fight from spider rico to the greats like Ivan Drago and Tommy Gunn. I reccommend it for anyone!
Summary: I am shocked that so many video game sites wrote this game off as mediocre. There is nothing mediocre about the game, yeh it has it's flaws, but so does every game. There are a couple different modes in the game: Knockout, Exhibtion, and Movie.
All of the drama of Rocky in a fundamentally sound game!!!
Amy B. Clavet, Amazon
27 June 2003
Summary: Being a fan of the Rocky movies, I was intrigued by the Movie Mode that allows you to follow the story line through all five movies. After playing the game for about a week (I am addicted to it!
Summary: Any Rocky fan will enjoy this game. Everything is perfect, with the exception of whoever was imitating Burgess Merrideth (Mickey). Mickey sounds constapated. Other than that small flaw, the rest of the game is perfect. Rent or Buy?: First a quick test: 1) What is Mickey's last name?
Summary: This game is really good except it's exactly like the movie. You get beat up really bad until there's only like a minute left. You're basically a punching bag until the last minute (like the movie).