Summary: Almost a 5 star title. The total punch control is easier than previous Fight Night games. The flash knockouts while some may disagree add some realism (a single punch ended many fights in real life). Blocking and dodging seem to be nerfed from previous versions, you can't just cover up and survive the round, punches find there way through, this also adds some realism.
Summary: The game is very fun, and my family loves taking turns fighting with each other. We made characters all to look like us by uploading photos. Big problem though, the game is very glitchy, freezes, loses data, including saved games and saved characters, which take a long time to redo. It was so fun to play but after many disappointments and much frustration constantly having to do everything over, we threw it away.
Summary: good story on fight night champion. the online game play is pretty nice too. great selection of fighters. the only thing I disagree with is the fictional fighter Frost. You can use him on the online gameplay and it seems like cheating.
Summary: The major plus in this game is that heighth matters. That's huge for me. As a Lennox Lewis fan I want to use heighth to my advantage to dominate my opponents. I am glad that finally got incorporated in a great way in this game. Great game, great story mode, but at the same time it has it's glitches and tricks. If those were fixed this would easily be a 5 star game.
Summary: First of all I have to say this Fight Nights graphics are truly great. Now the Champion Mode where you play Andre Bishop a Up and coming fighter who gets framed and goes to jail. This mode is really fun, gritty & straight sick. On to Legacy mode where you start a career as either a CAF or an existing Boxer. The legacy mode is alright but kind of leaves out the creativity & customization.