Summary: I had a hard time getting into it at first, but the champion mode is much better than the story in my opinion. The online community is dead, so not much to do there. The feature that allows you to put in your picture during character creation is difficult to use.
Summary: I play this game in career mode all the time and trounce opponents into dust. Yet after a good year of playing the game for some reason I still have difficulty beating Isacc Frost in Champion mode and am not very impressed with the automatic screw-overs that the game throws at you (broken hand,...
Summary: A fun game, but loads very slowly, especially when trying to connect to Xbox Live. Once you finish the story mode there isn't much else to do, and the game could be a little more realistic. I would only recommend this game to serious face-to-face combat lovers.
Summary: The story mode was great. (: It's so much fun, I wish it would've been longer though, and theres no Floyd Mayweather in the gameplay.. But, overall fun game to play by yourself and with challenging friends.
Summary: It was fun at first, but this game gets old quickly. After you beat the story mode there is nothing to it. This game along with other EA games have little replay value. EA's quality has went down hill over the years.
Summary: Pros: Great graphics Different Control options for different style players Robust roster Online play demands player quality and promotes competition DLC is not unreasonably priced Cons: Too easy on "Amateur" Too difficult on "Pro" (The "normal" setting) Legacy Mode is shallow and repetitive Champion...
Summary: Good game, The story mode was pretty awesome. After that I found myself slightly bored. None of my friends bought the game, and I don't enjoy playing against random people online because they always try the cheapest tactics to win. If you liked the other fight night games you'll enjoy this.
Summary: Champion mode is a complete joke. It's like they used all of the cliches from different boxing movies and tried to put them all in one story. The only thing it was missing was the trainer getting killed by the villain. They also force you into certain scenarios during the story.
Summary: Love FN3, thought i would get FN Champion...back to FN3 I go. I got FN Champ to play online but came to find out that yeah the graphics are great, the storyline is good, but the most important part...punching has major lag time.
Summary: I thought people were being overly critical of this game. I mean I loved FNR3 and thought FNR4 wasn't as fun but still passable so this new one should have corrected the mistakes of FNR4, and have improved graphics and mechanics to boot. Boy, I was wrong.