Submitted by Wiiloveit 1629d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Animal Boxing - DSiWare Review

"When I first saw Animal Boxing, I couldn't help but be attracted to the great visual presence. The idea of playing with the DSi upside down (like in TECMO’s 'A Topsy Turvy Life’ series) intrigued me too, but it was really the look of the game that grabbed my attention. At the time, it looked really good for a DSiWare game. After it released, though, I discovered that this game came out on the retail scene some years ago, meaning that the DSiWare release comes in the form of a straight port. Sounds like a good deal especially for $8, but when you get deep into the actual game, your opinion may very well change. Although it definitely has the right amount of presentation to capture your interest, the actual gameplay may leave you wanting more." -- Wiiloveit.com (Animal Boxing, Nintendo DS) 63/100

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