"Half an hour into Sony's The Fight: Light's Out, and I'm sprawled on the office sofa, mopping sweat from my forehead and inhaling as much Ventolin as my lungs will allow. Whilst it's embarrassing to admit, this is probably the most exercise I've done all year.
"You might think you're built like a brick shithouse, but your first scrap with one of these bad boys will quickly put you in your place. Even though the unresponsive controls can be blamed to an extent, it's often the case that you're simply not strong enough to win.
"The game isn't just a let down in execution, however, as structurally The Fight is tragically uninspired. Cards laid out in a pyramid act as each 'level' of the game. Choosing a location – The Chapel or the inviting Murder Alley, for example – will take you to a screen with another bunch of cards laid out in the shape of another pyramid."
- By Jamin Smith
+ Danny Trejo is awesome
+ Great work out
- Gets dull very quickly
- Hard to connect with an opponent