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GF Rating
7.2

3870 ratings

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Very Fun

posted by matthew2386 (MARSHFIELD, WI) Apr 4, 2011

Member since Apr 2011

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This game was the best fight night they made so far. the controls are awesome, gameplay is awesome graphics are awesome. Story mode is very fun. Online play is a lot of fun as well. Worth trying if you even arent into boxing.

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Thank God!

posted by Warpug (FROSTBURG, MD) Mar 3, 2011

Member since May 2010

16 out of 20 gamers (80%) found this review helpful

Finnally a fight night game has come out that picked up and IMPROVED upon where FNR3 left off. Now there will always be nay sayers with every video game title but in my opinion the real boxing fans who want a legit realistitic game that makes it hard if not impossible for cheaters to use spam tactics and boost fighters, then this game is for you. Let's start with the punching system, its finnally possible to throw the exact puch you want with out having to memorize complex analog stick motions....making it a game that allows even new commers to pick up the game and improve there game without getting destroyed by a veteren for there first 30 fights. however some people swear by the old controls and thats fine, to each there own, and the old controls are avalible on there too. Now lets talk about the graphics and gameplay. The damage graphics are amazing, they really show the gritty reality of boxing while making the game itself even more entertaining to the fans. For the gameplay, they basicly took everything that was wrong with the last installment and improved on it. They really hit the nail on the head with it this time....really. If there was one thing i KINDA didnt like ("kinda" being the key word) it would be the one punch "Lights Out" punches.While thay are a very good indicator of a PERFECT punch, there are times where it just flat out fails and shows you getting "knocked Out" by a punch that didt even hit you! But anyway let me just cut to the chase, AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME! If you consider your self a boxing fan or just a fan of the series YOU NEED THIS GAME! Trust me when i say "this is a much needed breath of freah air to the fight night game serios." Happy gaming folks

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GF Rating
5

Fair

average...

posted by azkylebro (TUCSON, AZ) Mar 27, 2011

Member since Jul 2010

12 out of 15 gamers (80%) found this review helpful

First off, the game itself hasn't really changed at all compared to the last installment (graphics, controls, style) but the addition of "champion" mode is new. Storyline type of career but virtually no training at all and more like watching a movie than playing a game. One fight, you can only fight left handed because your right hand is broken (good storyline for real life but not that fun when you're actually playing the game). Then worst of all when you fight the champ Issac Frost or whatever his name his, your the underdog (big time) in every single category, ranging from size and power to stamina (once again, a great story for a real life underdog scenario, but honestly having to rematch the champ 100 hundred times because hes just so much better gets old, QUICK.) And from what I can tell the storyline is extremely short. Those problems and the lack of anything new (and the use of an online "passcode") continues to show why games like this are on the decline in quality and customers. Over priced and under featured

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