Two years ago, EA Sports president Peter Moore called boxing "the past of fighting." Mixed martial arts was the future, with his company hard at work on that game. Thursday, Moore wrote, "let me be clear, boxing's not dead."
the fight night franchise is dead to me,just adding some cheap new mode so gamers can ignore the real flaws of this so called boxing sim
YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME!! The Real problem here is that EA thinking Boxing is Dead, especially when we are on the brink of what will be the biggest boxing event of all time - http://www.youtube.com/watc... Yes those two fighters are the biggest fighters in the sport, and when that fight happens I guess that's when EA will understand Boxing is far from dead.... -What was needed was a new take on the franchise.. -and that's what this appears to be so we shall see if they really did their homework and didn't forget to make a really good boxing game, because at the end of the day, the boxing part still has to be really good.. .____........___...____ .____||......||.......____|| ||.........___||.......____||
I really like how Fight Night Champion is shaping up. The story mode looks fantastic and the fighting looks even more refined than ever. The word "fluidity" doesn't do this game justice maybe "realistic movements" because it looks so real, like a real boxing match. I have to give this game credit as the most realistic game i've seen on consoles :-)
This looks like it will be the best Fight Night to date.
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