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  • Summary: Follow the ascent of boxer Adonis Creed as you go toe-to-toe with the world’s top opponents in an intense boxing experience that lets you train, fight, and win like a Creed.
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CREED: Rise to Glory - Announcement Teaser | Gamescom 2018
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 9
  2. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. Oct 2, 2018
    90
    By taking a fun and exhilarating boxing framework and painting it with the glorious trappings of the Creed/Rocky franchise, Servios has delivered a game that is simply magical. Sure, the campaign is a little short and the hit detection might feel a bit wonky, but in the heat of the moment none of that matters. Whether fighting AI opponents or engaging in the more challenging fights against real-life players, you will find yourself bouncing in place, floating and stinging with the best of them. This is a game that will leave you sweaty and proud. How many other games can say that?
  2. Sep 28, 2018
    90
    Creed: Rise to Glory is an experience unlike any I’ve ever had with a video game. While not a boxing simulation, the technology that powers the game is fun and addicting. With each passing match, players will get better and have a better understanding of what it takes to land punches that count. The PVP has a ton of potential, but unfortunately it needs a lot of work. Because the fighting mechanics work so well, though, Creed: Rise to Glory is a reason to get in on virtual reality.
  3. Sep 26, 2018
    83
    Overall, I’m pretty impressed with how well Creed: Rise to Glory works on PSVR, and I’d imagine the other VR platforms are executed just as well. The only thing that feels a little iffy at launch is the online versus mode, which led to a couple of laggy matches against real-world opponents, enough so that I never finished a match. For me, the online versus isn’t a huge draw, but you might want to give the game a patch or two before picking it up if that’s a deal breaker for you. Outside of that, I think Creed does a great job of simulating the boxing experience with an arcade-style approach, and is certainly worth checking out if you’re looking for a fun, boxing VR workout at home.
  4. Oct 25, 2018
    78
    The playful foundations of Creed: Rise to Glory seemed to us to be decidedly solid.
  5. Playstation Official Magazine UK
    Oct 28, 2018
    70
    Less a rise to glory and more a stumble towards modest success, Creed feels good but lacks the depths of its closest rival, Knockout League. It’s good fun and a visceral experience, but it’s over too soon. [Issue#155, p.90]
  6. 65
    Creed: Rise to Glory is superb as a boxing simulator, but it’s almost non-existent in its storytelling. The spirit of Creed and the Rocky franchise isn’t just in the fights, it’s in why they fight, and that’s something this game completely fails to capture.
  7. Sep 29, 2018
    50
    CREED: Rise to Glory can be entertaining, but the PS Move’s inability to track things properly makes it hard to call this a good game. A thin narrative and smattering of other shortcomings detract from the overall experience, but it's not a disaster by any stretch – just not worth its full $24.99 price point.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
  1. Jun 22, 2019
    10
    El juego me esta encantando, no se por que tarde tanto en comprarme lo, lo llego a saber y me lo comprabamicho antes
  2. Mar 4, 2019
    9
    This was my first foray into VR boxing, and frankly, it was way more than anticipated. I purchased the game as part of an upper body andThis was my first foray into VR boxing, and frankly, it was way more than anticipated. I purchased the game as part of an upper body and cardio regimen, and not only is it tons of fun, but I huff, puff, and sweat like the big bad wolf having a stroke. While it's true that the story line in campaign mode is not exactly robust, what it does have is great, and the feel of looking around a fight club or boxing ring, or having Rocky train you in the gym in is just plain fantastic. If I had one complaint it would be that the PSVR doesn't track well if you are facing away from the camera, but that's more a system limitation than an issue with the game itself. I know whenever i play I burn a ton of calories and have a ton of fun, so as long as you aren't looking for more than that I can absolutely recommend this game wholeheartedly. The opponents get better as your stamina improves, and the online play is great when the internet bandwidth allows it to be. I realized while playing last week that I can't wait to see what the future of VR boxing holds. The sport really lends itself to VR very well. Expand
  3. Dec 4, 2018
    8
    Survios uses the PlayStation's Virtual Reality's potential to create a fun, innovative boxing experience. While graphics are nothing special,Survios uses the PlayStation's Virtual Reality's potential to create a fun, innovative boxing experience. While graphics are nothing special, it did not matter much due to the smooth, realistic gameplay. One setback that I had is the lackluster career mode, with the repetitive pattern of meeting up with your trainer, montage training, knock out your opponent, and repeat. Not a huge KO, but a solid attempt for a VR boxing game. Expand
  4. Feb 13, 2019
    7
    While definitely not what I call fun, Creed makes for an outstanding way to catch up with your lagging new years resolution. Just add wristWhile definitely not what I call fun, Creed makes for an outstanding way to catch up with your lagging new years resolution. Just add wrist weights.

    Creed will find you working your upper body into soreness and your cardiovascular system into overdrive.

    Graphics are clean if basic. The set pieces are a bit under populated. The career mode is sparse to say the least. All that said what it lacks in aesthetics and over the top presentation it makes up for with mostly solid controls and hit detection. Being staggered and knocked down result in odd mini games that seem a bit too distracting and counter immersive but fit well enough into a video game representation of a boxing match.

    Game earns a solid 7. It presents a very good, albeit short, basic foundation for a potential sequel to followup with a blockbuster knockout. Rise to glory just needs a bit more training before it is ready for a real title match.
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  5. Aug 15, 2019
    0
    The tracking is auful and makes the game unplayable. Not mention the game gives you a body that feels really off