Summary: I brought Don King boxing and I thought it was pretty good. The game is not the best game i ever played . I see that Wii does not make as good boxing games as good as ps2 does like fight night 2004, round 2, or round 3. one thing I did not like about the game is the camera is behind you and you can see thought yourself it looks very not real. Also they do not have any good boxers. All the boxers are from the 1930s to the 1960s or so.
Summary: I have been and still am looking for a decent boxing game. This one is the best I have found so far, but still could be better. I hated the music. I turn it off. Creating your own boxer would be nice, but there is a good story to follow in career mode until you lose. If you cannot beat a certain boxer you are stuck. One path sucks.
Summary: I find the trouble with fight or training sims on the Wii is that they are either too responsive, or not responsive enough; Don King Boxing generally falls into the latter of these categories. I've only tried this game with the nunchuks, so I can't say what balance board game play is like. It is quite fun to play and can be very satisfying when you land a decent punch combination, but these victories are generally reserved for the earlier bouts on story mode.
Summary: I bought this for my neice along with the gloves and she loves it. When I saw the graphics of the game I thought they were great as you view it through the boxers eyes. I must admit I only like certain games on the wii but this is one I will hint about for myself.