3Honestly, I was kind of expecting more from this game, by the way it looks, I thought it looked alright, but when it went down to gameplay, I just couldn't stand it. By the way the tutorial was telling me to play, I was doing everything it asked, and it just didn't match up, with broken controls, and broken gameplay, this game won't make up for any of your time.… Full Review »
Other game of the big mouth of Don King. We meet much fighting games: Dead or Alive, Tekken, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter; And all are better than this game. And we meet the principal box saga, Fight Night Round, a better box game. The principal problem in this game is that the story is really stupid, the graphics are awful, when you play with other people the game have some funy moments, but the rest is terrible.… Full Review »
MeharGill8When Don King Presents: Prizefighter was first announced I was pretty excited, especially when the announcement came around the time the Fight Night series was presumed M.I.A.! I feel Don King Presents: Prizefighter is a very underrated game, which is a shame since it is a really solid game.
The graphics in the game a really top notch, although not as good as Fight Night Round 3 the graphics are really clean which is a nice touch. The game also runs at a solid frame rate which makes it even better. I did notice some bugs though, mainly sync issues, if you skip a scene when a round is over and the announcer is still talking the audio does not skip but the scene forwards to your character in his corner. And their are some lip sync issues as well.
The Audio is top notch, your gonna hear every swoosh coming from your boxers gloves, every word spewing from your coach in his corner, etc. The game also goes has far as having a track list of about 70 or so songs, their not bad songs either, there good songs that really help pump you up when your training or getting ready to fight. Their were the audio issues I talked about above but I think those are more engine issues then Audio issues so that will stay in the graphics section.
The gameplay is pretty simply, the A, B, X, and Y buttons are used to pull of punches X and Y being the left side of your body while A and B are your right. The left thumbstick is used to move around the ring along with dashing, the right is used to move your boxer around like when he… Full Review »