Summary: The reason I don't care for it too much for this game is you have to push too many buttons. I was looking for something like Wii Sports Boxing. It reads your movements pretty well, but in order to dodge, and do hits that cause damage you have to push buttons.
Summary: This is a decent motion-controlled fighting game for the Wii. That is to say, it's not really deep enough to bother playing it without the motion controls. This is a cartoony one-on-one fighter meant to showcase the Wii's motion controls.
Summary: Not all that but it's fun with the kids. It gives the underdog a chance to dominate everyone else. My 6 year old whooped me and everyone in the house. Recommend? Maybe if you play it with somebody but 1 player it difficult even when on easy.
Summary: This is a fun game, with amusing graphics and storyline, and it's kind of fun to beat up on people, but it really is just a button masher. Don't expect any realism or consistent tracking of moves, just mash buttons and hope you win. It's not really challenging or interesting.
Summary: Facebreaker likens itself to the old school Street Fighter II in other reviews and that seems fair. The game strikes me as a blend between Wii boxing and when I first played Street Fighter II... I got my butt kicked.
Excerpt: Just a quick review. I purchased Face Breaker for my sister for Christmas but have been playing it quite a few times now. I have got to say this game is quite good. I know its all about boxing and fighting which I am not usually a fan of however, it can be a good bit of fun.