Summary: Joshua C. sums this game up perfectly in my opinion. The reviewers seemed to have played this game for about 15-30 minutes and made judgments far too quickly. It has the funniest cast of characters in any fighting game.
Summary: The first hour I spent with this game, I felt like I was flailing a bit with the controls. But then things started clicking. Slowly. I've finished this game on the easiest difficulty level and some boxers were very tough to figure out how to beat them. But once you do, it gets a lot easier.
Summary: Fun to play with friends. You can download for free custom characters uploaded by other players, and there are a lot very funny to play with (Chuck Norris is one of them)! Cheap game and worth buying...
Summary: If only I'd waited a day for the reviews to come out on this one. I assumed it would at least be acceptable, considering it was the same developers from the Fight Night series. You will not be swinging with analog in this game.
Summary: I agree with the previous review. This game is garbage. Unless your around 5 years old and don't mind smashing butons there is really no fun factor in this game. I can't believe a Next Generation system still makes games like these. Stay away from this one and spend your money on something else.
Summary: This game has some good points I prefer over other other fighting games. You won't get very far with "button smashing", the game doesn't have a billion "super mega extra combos" you will accidently trigger with button smashing. What you need with this game is not about memorizing combo moves.