Summary: This is your typical quirky japanese style video game.You play as a boxer through story mode,and fight a bunch of other boxers in different venues.There is also a single match mode,where you and the computer or a second player can have a single match.The boxers that are beaten in story mode are unlocked and can be used for the single match mode.The gameplay in this game is fair,but very far from perfect.The controls can be a bit sloppy sometimes,and it defintaly takes...
Summary: If anyone is wondering there's a new Victorious boxing game that came out on the 16th of Nov. 2006 and it's called "Victorious Boxers 2: Fighting Spirit". I tried typing in Victorious Boxers 2 by itself in the Amazon search box and it came up with nothing but then I typed in the full title name and it showed up. You can get it for like ten bucks so check it out. [...].
Summary: Like many other gamers wrote before me, I also had low expectations for this game when I purchased it. Another drawback for me was that I got it used and it didn't have the manual. However, after taking some time to learn the controls, I found the game addictive. The best feature about the game is that your character does need to use boxing skills to prevail.
Summary: When I looked at the cover, I knew that this game was good. Indeed, this game delivered a realistic graphics, great player control, and many more. Here's my comments on VB Pros: Great graphics, manueverable players, every characters has their unique boxing style. Cons: Lack of combos, hard bosses I highly recommend this game to everyone. I'm sure you don't want to miss this one.
Summary: Hi, I love this game. The most realistic boxing game out there. Your boxer is able to bob and weave, block, duck, slide sideways, jump back and lunge forward. This game is not a button smasher. You must use boxing strategy. Has over 40 fighters. Each with different styles. Keeps records of your boxer. It has a replay save also to watch your best fights. Good graphics. Good controls.
Summary: From the first time I saw this game in the local movie store, I knew it would be fun. Victorious Boxers has it all. An abundance of boxers, unique gameplay and control, realism, and a good replay value. The fighters are based on a Japanimation cartoon called Hajime No Ippo, so don't expect Tyson or Lewis in here. But every fighter has its own style, so you will learn various styles. The one thing that isn't so good is the voice acting in Story Mode.
Good boxing game...Much like the anime series Hajime No Ippo
Reginald M. Lumagui "green_lantern_2814", Amazon
14 May 2002
Summary: Just like the series it's derived from, the story mode of the game pretty much mirrors the sequences of opponents he faces. If you've watched the anime and already know the opponents, it's interesting to see them fight in the game and actually try your hand at beating them. Mashiba has that nasty flicker jab and Hayami has that annoying shotgun punch. As one reviewer said, set your left analog stick to expert control and use the L1 for sway.
Summary: Has a boxing game been this much fun. Previous attempts by EA to put a realistic boxing game on the market have failed miserably, but thankfully the makers of Victorious Boxers have come through. This game requires skill, a sense of timing, and strategy, something uncommon in other games. Button tapping will get you nowwhere as I found out.
Summary: I am wondering why Sony even let this game published for their PS2. This game is nothing but repeat. It gets boring when you reach to the 1/3 of the game because you know you're going to play the same thing over and over. Game Control - No Good. Game Graphics - Could be better. Story Line - Boring. I don't really care if this game derived directly from the Japanese comics. The comic is good and the story is well developed, but the this game is aweful!
Reward Excellence - Buy this game and not KO Kings 2002!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 April 2002
Summary: Let me start off by saying that you cannot get a few appreciation of this game from playing it a day or so..you need to literally play hours to fully grasp all the nuances. Forget the story, it is ridiculous, and just concentrate on the actual boxing. The game utilizes the analog stick in a way EA Sports with KO Kings 2002 could only wish to. Your defense in this game depends totally on timing, knwing when to duck and when to sway.