Summary: If you are looking for a boxing game that you actually get to play then this is not it! It's 90% storyline and maybe 10% actual boxing (if you play single player mode). You follow the main character through his "karate-kid" type journey to become a boxer. It's very annoying because you end up sitting and watching this stupid story, when you really just want to be boxing. The "Japan-amation" is really cheesy and overall this game is just boring and pointless.
Summary: Don't waste your money. As frustrating as Wii Boxing can be . I find the controls to be way more responsive in Wii Boxing. At least in Wii Boxing I know when the punches are connecting but in Victorious Boxers missing a punch and connecting a punch seem the same to me. The first 2 control options which use the remote and the nunchuck to punch seem to work fine in the tutorial but is a crap shoot during sparring.
Quite possibly the worst video game I have ever come across in 14 years of gaming
26 October 2007
Summary: There is so much awful with this game I honestly do not know where to begin. Other than loyal fans of the anime series this is apparently based on I can't imagine anyone being able to tolerate this game. It isn't so much a boxing game as it is a crudely drawn soap opera of sorts. The tutorial is atrocious, controls are such that flailing randomly acheives just as much as any attempt of strategic boxing, the audio is bad for a super NES game.