The lights are on
In May we learned that Vivid Games is making a realistic boxing game for the Vita. Now we have a trailer and a release date.
The new trailer below features gameplay footage and teases some of the game's motion-control capabilities. If you want more, our earlier preview outlines Real Boxing's campaign mode and shows off some screens.
Real Boxing will release via PlayStation Network on August 27 for $9.99.
So apparently in real boxing no one ever throws jabs... good to know
I like boxing games, so this might be fun.
Well, ya got that headline right Brian. . . :P
Everyone get prepared for real mediocrity.
Ughh...look at those punches! I don't know if this is real boxing.
looks like fight night for regular xbox .....horrible
It's about time we got a good boxing game!!!
On another note, if boxers really landed that many punches to the head in the average real life fight, we'd have a lot of dead professional boxers. Seriously. 40% of a real boxing match consists of the ref breaking the fighters up, 30% is the fighters landing body blows or missing punches completely, and 20% is actual solid punches to the head/knockouts.
I'm surprised EA didn't want to throw in a Fight Night on the Vita...with the dual analogs, it would've been a perfect game to add to the handheld. I mean, I'm only assuming that EA has some kind of trademark on the analog controls, since most their sports games have it, and nobody else has aped it.
This looks like it still needs a bit of polish