Fight Night: Round 4
3,2,1…FIGHT. A right hook, an uppercut and the opponent is down. This is a good sports game, but it is not suitable for children under the age of sixteen.
EA Sports has with “Fight Night: Round 4” created a very good sports game which will please many computer game enthusiasts. The Legacy mode is the main attraction in this game. In this mode you start out as a completely unknown boxer, and the aim is to climb from the bottom rung all the way to the top. But this is in no way easy. As in real life, you have to practice to get better. You actually have to spend 2-5 minutes training between every match, which you unfortunately get bored of pretty quickly. It is, on the other hand, really fun to play against an opponent. You hit your opponent with the aid of the right pinwheel on the control. If you, for example, steer the pin down and round it off at the top you do an uppercut, and if you’re after a quick punch you take the pinwheel to the right or the left. It’s also possible to play against a friend. In the beginning it might be a good idea to turn the level down on the opponent, as this can be a hard game to master.
The graphics in “Fight Night: Round 4” is incredibly detailed, and the fights are so realistic that the game shouldn’t be available to children under the age of sixteen. You see a lot of blood, and nothing is hidden when the boxers go at each other.
Suggested age: Not suitable for children.
Format: X-Box 360 and Playstation 3