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  • Summary: "It’s difficult to argue with a game that looks this good, and plays as well as Real Boxing does. There are so many things to like about this game, beyond how stunning it looks." 5 stars! Apps Magazine Real Boxing™ brings you the most exhilarating, no holds barred fighting action ever seen on the App Store, taking you closer to the action than you ever thought possible. Combining eye-popping ultra-realistic graphics with the revolutionary V-Motion Gesture Control System, Real Boxing lets you control your fighter with real punches through your device’s camera.Featuring ultra-realistic motion capture from real boxers plus amazing graphics from the powerful Unreal Engine 3, you’ll see sweat and blood fill the air and you’ll feel every hook, jab, and uppercut in Real Boxing, the most exciting boxing game yet on the App Store. Features Amazing 3D Graphics & Sound The amazing Unreal-powered graphics and motion capture create astonishing levels of realism. You’ll watch sweat and blood fly with every punch and see your opponent’s face take injuries- then relish to slow-mo action replay of your greatest KO’s. Fight in four atmospheric arenas with authentic commentary. See the flash of the camera bulbs, hear and feel the roar of the crowd like you’re really there. Revolutionary V-Motion Control System Control your boxer with your actual fists using the revolutionary V-Motion Gesture Control System that tracks your motions using your device’s camera. You can also control your fighter using the traditional tap‘n swipe system to attack and defend like in other combat games. Incredibly Deep Gameplay Take-on Career Mode with over 30 fights and three belt titles to conquer. Fight over 20 opponents with their own unique and adaptive fighting styles then train your boxer with mini games including skipping rope, heavy bag and mini bag. Also play KO and Clinch minigames during a round for an energy boost.Take it Online With Multiplayer Duke it out with your friends in real-time via Game Center. Also plug into your TV for a truly console-like experience. Packed with Extra features & Customisation Unlock new equipment, extra opponents and customised clothing. Customise your fighter’s appearance: hairstyle, skin colour, tattoos and clothingHuge Updates….coming Soon to the App StoreEven more fighters.....more venues....more clothing........more challenges. Keep your eye on the App Store as the next huge update for Real Boxing is coming very soon.*** PLEASE NOTE*** Real Boxing does not support 4th Generation iPod Touch (Introduced September 2010). We recommend that anyone with this model of iPod Touch does not download the game. We apologise for any inconvenience. Collapse
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  1. Nov 18, 2012
    A great quality boxing title. It demonstrates the potential of iOS devices well, although it does hammer the iPhone's battery quite significantly after extended sessions.
  2. Nov 18, 2012
    This isn't called Virtual Boxing, or Street Boxer, or Extreme Boxing. It's called Real Boxing for a very good reason, and it lives up to its name impeccably well.
  3. Nov 25, 2012
    Featuring outstanding visuals, intuitive controls, and gameplay ripped from the ring and crammed into your iDevice, Real Boxing delivers the goods and has the brawn to back it up.
  4. Nov 18, 2012
    Although it's not perfect, Real Boxing can indeed be crowned the undisputed king of iOS fighters. True, there's not exactly much competition, but first is first. It'll be very interesting to see what Vivid Games follows up this impressive effort with. Or to put it another way…seconds out.
  5. Nov 30, 2012
    Real Boxing is definitely a contender for the most authentic and feature-filled nod to boxing on iOS. But Like an out-of-shape fighter, you can't always rely on many of the game's features. The bugs keep the game from being a knockout.
  6. Nov 25, 2012
    Real Boxing looks and plays nicely, but flawed countering and training systems unbalance a promising beat-'em-up.
  7. Nov 18, 2012
    Real Boxing wants to be the iPad's answer to Punch-Out for Wii, but instead, well… it just makes me want to go out and buy a copy of Punch-Out for Wii again. Flailing your arms can be plenty of fun, but unless those flails are going to translate into on-screen action 99% of the time, it just ends up feeling like an exercise in futility.
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