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The Fight: Lights Out- PS3

The Fight: Lights Out- PS3
alaScore 80

32 reviews

Jul, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 32 reviews from magazines and websites. Some have doubts about the story and graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the The Fight: Lights Out- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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The Fight: Lights Out (PlayStation 3)

 

There's a lot of guilty pleasure to be had from watching the lowlifes in The Fight: Lights Out recoil from the impact of a mighty blow straight to the forehead, but it's also a lot of hard work. Sweat and soreness are practically guaranteed thanks to...

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The Fight: Lights Out

 

The Fight: Lights Out makes us want to punch people in the face. Not in the way the developers intended, though.

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The Fight: Lights Out

 

Built to take advantage of the Playstation Eye as well as the Playstation Move, The Fight: Lights Out is supposed to be a gritty take on street fighting, likely similar to Fighters Unleashed using the Microsoft Kinect. The presentation is highlighted...

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The Fight: Lights Out

 

If the thought of swinging your fists into someone online raises a smile then you can take The Fight online, entering yourself into multiplayer ranked or unranked tournament with some online opponents. Connection is made simple with matches found and...

Nice style throughout visual and sound; Has Danny Machette Trejo in it; Good control that at times works well

Bad choice of views; Blocking can be difficult; Requires 2 Move controllers at least

With the connection of the Motion Controllers sensing one-to-one movement, every swing, jab, uppercut and punch is tracked and displayed on screen, which is great when it works, however what lets the experience down is the poor choice of camera angles...

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The Fight: Lights Out Review for the PS3

 

You gotta swing the Move wand like this if you want to kick some ass, comprende?

Danny Trejo; One-to-one fighting controls

can sometimes be too difficult; Stamina bar and motion controls?; Is this serious or laughable?; Spoiler: You laugh at it

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The Fight: Lights Out Review

 

This fighting game offers some simple yet brutish fun, but poor controls and uninteresting presentation make it a struggle to get past the first few rounds.

Danny Trejo is a fitting mentor ; Punching dudes in the face is fun

Controls need constant recalibration ; Fails to properly recognize special moves ; Nonexistent storyline ; Dull and dark graphics

Because the entirety of The Fight takes place in dark, dank environments, there's not much light or color, which gives the whole game a dull, monochrome vibe. The character models are also unattractive, and it doesn't help that the game's design ethos...

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The Fight: Lights Out Hands-On Preview

 

When I first got my hands on The Fight: Lights Out at E3, I wasn't all that impressed. Playing the single-player mode during that demo, the punches didn't seem to have much feel behind them and combat against an AI opponent just didn't give me that...

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The Fight: Lights Out Preview

 

It's a down-and-dirty, brutal world, where your fists are the only form of communication. Consisting of various one-on-one encounters in a gritty black-and-white setting, The Fight: Lights Out for the PlayStation Move is probably the closest you'll...

The developers recently said they "conducted a ton of motion capture to ensure that every punch, every hit reaction, every dirty move and every hard-hitting knockout makes the player feel right in the thick of the action." Therefore, we'll be expecting...

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The Fight: Lights Out

 

We pull no punches as we go hands-on with The Fight: Lights Out

Whatever you think about the Nintendo Wii, it's impossible to deny that it started off extremely strongly in the form of

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The Fight: Lights Out

 

Sony's The Fight: Lights Out is a fictional boxing game with realistic controls. It is one of the first retail releases for PlayStation 3 to use the PlayStation Move motion control add-on system. Players throw jabs, uppercuts, and roundhouses by swinging