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. The controls are fine, it's relatively fun, but not the best fighting game you'll ever play. Still, get some friends and this can be fun party game because it's easy to pick up and play.
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. As a point of reference, my favorite boxing/fighting game so far is EA Sports Fight Night 3.
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. I think this is a fun game for an experienced gamer, but that younger kids and others with little patience won't get much out of this game. It is hard, sometimes you can't even get a punch in (VooDoo!!) before you get your face broken.
Summary: My son bought this game with gift money. The demo on Amazon made the game seem like so much fun. However, my son is 11 years old and I thought that this game would appeal to him. He was thrilled about the idea of being able to box not like in the Wii Sports Boxing but more of an animated boxing game. However, he was very frustrated, very quickly with the game. He said that it is impossible to win and you get punched and beaten up very quickly.
Summary: This game is pretty similar to "ready to rumble" that's on sega dreamcast. I'm really disappointed that the fact that you can't create your own character in this game. I guess that feature is only on Xbox 360 and PS3. Other than that, it's a pretty good "cartoonish" boxing game. Combos takes time to connect and so is counter attacks. Don't repeat the same "high punches" or "low punches" because it will be easily countered.
Summary: I bought this game for my son's 11th birthday. He thoroughly enjoys it! Especially the special effects like 'power ups' & 'shielding', which in my opinion make it more interesting than just straight boxing.
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