Reviews and Problems with Victorious Boxers Revolution
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P. Arambula, Amazon
25 December 2008
Summary: If you like Wii sports boxing you will this one much better. In Wii Sports boxing sometimes you punch and punch and nothing happens that does not happen in this game the controls are much faster. The only problems with the game are the controls are hard to get use to but once you do it is great. If you don't want to try the setting can be changed. Also the Story and the graphics for that story are boring.
Summary: This game is much better than Wii sports boxing. On Wii sports sometimes you will punch and punch and nothing happens. In VBR if you move your controls it punches. There are several ways to set up the controls. The first way is a little tricky to learn but once you do it is worth it. Only problem the story and graphics during the story is a little weak but you can skip that if you want. The game can be as easy or hard as you like.
Summary: I'll keep it simple. This game is alot of fun. I borrowed it from my older brother for my 6 year old and 7 year old to play and they love it. Now I'm well aware that children don't critique on the same level as adults so I played the game. Here are the rules, take 5 minutes, just 5 minutes to look at the manual and learn how to block. Learn what it means for your boxer to be "on fire" and how to use your special punches and it should be a fun game and a great work out!
Summary: Many gamers complain too much too easily about video games, their playability, graphics, sound, story, and Victorious Boxers is no exception. VB is quite a good game, the thing is that it requires a little bit of patience. The first true drawback is the unability of allowing left handed positioning: a true setback for lefties such as myself, but not so bad to make me stop playing the game as other worse case-scenarios such as Virtua Tennis 3.
Great control/recognition, brief tutorial, hard to see drawn style graphics
13 May 2008
Summary: I love wii boxing & found the graphics too simplified, though since I lack control with my fighting from lack of training, I use speed over technique/precision. My views on Victorious Boxer was a horribly short tutorial, unhappy you have to hit buttons to guard or bob/weave (which gives it more of a learning curve taht should have been avoided) but sensed it had better responsiveness to wii boxing.
Summary: If you actually learn how to throw punches and use the controls to move and block, it is a very enjoyable game. It's about 90% responsive to your punches. There are six basic punches- straights, hooks, and upper cuts both left and right. Once you learn to move and time your punches rather than flailing wildly away, you will enjoy this game. It's decent exercise as well. Just not much depth in gameplay. The anime drama aspect is so so for me.