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Fight Night Round 3- PS2

Fight Night Round 3- PS2
alaScore 90

152 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 152 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Fight Night Round 3- PS2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 152 reviews)

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Fight Night Round 3

 

After much success with the first two installments EA Sports has finally brought us Fight Night Round 3. As with any sports series it's important to keep improving and innovating the title to keep the series fresh and new. Fight Night Round 3 comes...

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Fight Night Round 3

 

While essentially the same game as its Xbox and Xbox 360 counterparts, Fight Night Round 3 for PlayStation 2 suffers in a couple of key areas and, thus, doesn't quite measure up.

While essentially the same game as its

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Fight Night Round 3

 

"Let's get ready to Renderrr!"

Fight Night Round 3 is a fantastic boxing title that really delivers the action in a realistic way for fight fans, and those discovering the sweet science for the first time on their home console. It has surpassed what was delivered before in previous...

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Fight Night: Round 3

 

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Fight Night Round 3

 

This game will punch a hole through you and you'll love every second

Punches carry real impact ; Complex, layered fighting tactics ; Hip hop, hooray! Great tunes

Tutorial is too short ; Not enough boxing rings ; Computer will parry you to death

Between rounds, a mini-game allows you to play cut man to your battered fighter, scrubbing down swelling and swabbing gashes. It serves as a nice change of pace, but keeps you focused on the fight and maintains the tension at the same time.

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Fight Night Round 3 Review for the PS2

 

A pugilist specialist.

Excellent controls; Powerfully violent; Solid delivery; Dangerous new punches

Boring, revised Career mode; AI issues; Overpowered parries

Not only do the boxers feel convincing, their clashes look and sound great. The Xbox version is remarkably realistic looking and fluid, with fighters becoming visibly disfigured as fights wear on and more big punches land. When a fighter is caught with...

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Fight Night Round 3 Review

 

Round 3 pummels players with an improved experience, pulling the camera closer to ensure that even stoic gamers feel the hardest hits

The most intense, most cinematic boxing game you'll find on PlayStation 2. Fight Night Round 3 pummels players with an improved in-the-ring experience, pulling the camera closer to ensure that even stoic gamers feel the hardest hits. The control style...

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Fight Night Round 3

 

EA delivers their current-gen installment of the sweet science sim.

Better graphics than Round 2; highly improved and balanced gameplay

Lackluster career mode, absolutely terrible online multiplayer experience

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Fight Night Round 3 review

 

EA Sports’ next-generation launch was as steady as the legs of a worn-out boxer. They ran a decent game with Madden NFL 2006, but missed a few tackles. They completely air-balled NBA Live 2006. FIFA 2006: Road to the FIFA World Cup was a decent...

In almost every way, Fight Night Round 3 is a sensational game that sports, fighting, or boxing fans will enjoy. In fact, I really can’t find anything to complain about. If you own an Xbox 360, I highly recommend giving EA Sports’...

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Review of Fight Night Round 3

 

Boxing has never looked so good.

The Xbox and Playstation 2 versions to their own merits look great as well.  It’s hard to go back after playing the Xbox 360 version and play the current-gen versions.  But boxers look exactly like their real-life counterparts. ...

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