Midway have not released one in years, but that doesn't mean that the franchise is dead. After all, German publisher 10tacle Studios did confirmed that it would be continuing the series in partnership with Japanese developer, Aki.
If only I had a Wii....
I would let you borrow mine, because it is not getting near enough use. But my wife vetoed it!
its cartoony enough that itll work on the wii
I loved the original on Dreamcast, so I may check this one out.
Uh oh. Up against Wii Punch-Out?
It won't stand a chance
Thats what my first thought was!
I think it will pale in comparison to Punch-Out
Well, if you ask me Punch-Out is better
definitely waiting for punch out. im waiting for the new punch out like ill be waiting for kid icarus, once they announce it
I kinda wish this was coming to the 360. I mean, it couldn't be any worse than facebreaker was.
I had fun with the original on the PS2. But yeah this would be great if it came to the xbox and PS3
Are all of the old Ready-to-Rumble characters returning?
it's to early to really say.
Gah, Midway has bad luck...they'll be competing with punchout :|
Should be worth checking out
I really liked the DC version.
Ahh come on guys...Thats like saying there is only room for 1 FPS on any console.. We all know thats not true. Yeah Punch Out is coming but it wont spell doom for this game. If a console can support 15 singing games I see no reason 2 boxing games cant coexist
Ready 2 Rumble for the wii, huh... Speaking of Ready To Rumble, Remember the guy that Sued nintendo because he wanted some of that Wii money? He was the same guy that came up with the idea of putting accelerometers in a controller similar to the wiimote and experimented with them with Ready 2 Rumble. He worked with Midway back then. He and Midway put a patent on the device. Years later he got fired by Midway. SOmehow, Midway apparently sold the patent to Nintendo, and well... You know what the culmination of that was, the Wii. Now if I could find that article.. Edit: Oh here it is, and heres the video as well. http://blog.wired.com/games...
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