Excerpt: This is a fantastic boxing game and experience. The boxing action is realistic and very addictive. Although in my view the game is excellent it is not alot different from other boxing games and this is its only real flaw.
Excerpt: When i bought this game i was hoping really for a boxing verion of WWF Smackdown. Great fun quite silly yet addictive. I was sorely wrong. The main selling point of this game, and the reason for buying Knockout Kings over any other boxer, is the realism.
Pros: Great for the die hard sports fan and with mates
Summary: Knockout Kings has some enjoyable moments but after 30 minutes the game can be completed on the easier settings. When the difficulty is increased the controls are unresponsive and very annoying. The game has great graphics but that just is not enough.
Summary: Knockout Kings has always been a great boxing series for Console games and it continues with Knockout Kings 2002 for the Xbox. Everything Graphically about this game is stunning, from watching a boxers facial stucture change as you introduce him to an uppercut, to sweat flying off the boxers body.
Summary: At first glance knockout kings is a real cracker of a left hook. The graphics are really well done with each boxer in great detail. Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee with the greatest of all time Muhammad Ali and over 30 other fighters in 3 weight divisions featuring Lennox Lewis,Smokin...
Summary: Well this game truly lives up to my expectations. The graphics are brilliant every boxer looks as real as real can get. You can play as your favourite boxers including the worlds greatest Muhammid Ali.
Summary: Knockout Kings 2002 comes out fighting from the first bell. A fifteen-fight route to the top table and World Champ status that pits you against the best boxers in history is a good starting place in this game. All 45 boxers are superbly rendered, complete with bruises, cuts and pained expressions.
Summary: A polished Dreamcast game. That is what I think when I played this. Barry McGuigan looks more like Errol Flynn than himself. The crowd are cardboard. That thin and you see it. The fighters are smoothly formed though. Very little blood. The only fun is making the gum shield fly out.