20 Games Like Frank Bruno's Boxing(TBA)
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Featuring more than 100 different heavyweights, and a full arsenal of rib-crunching body shots, brain-rattling roundhouses, and jaw-busting uppercuts, Mike Tyson Boxing for the Game Boy Advance gives players the chance to build a boxer and take him to the top.
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Fight one-off bouts, compete in tournaments or become a career boxer and slug it out for the World Title Belt. Lightning play speed allows you to dodge, block, weave and hit back at a blistering pace.
With 16 world champion boxers to compete against and four modes of play this game offers the most complete boxing experience on Game Boy Color.
BOXING FEVER is the ultimate fighting challenge for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance system. Take on over eight of the fastest, strongest, and most brutal boxers from all over the world, or challenge your friends in a head to head knock down battle to prove who's the biggest, baddest boxer of all time.
Once the player chooses a boxer, the other challengers must be defeated in order to gain the title. Points can be distributed and re-distributed on the fighter's health meter, stamina, and how fast he moves around in the ring. Either uppercuts or normal punches can be used to wear down the opponent in the game.
Challenge your friends or your computer to the Data East Championship Title Bout! Challengers from around the globe, each with his own style of boxing, knuckle up to take the title. Win by knock-out or points using a wild assortment of hooks, jabs, uppercuts, and combinations!
It's Ali, Foreman, Frazier, Holmes and Norton -- five of the world's greatest heavyweight boxing champs! Be them or battle them. Each has his actual physical traits and boxing style. Move and jab, or go toe-to-toe and unleash a flurry of punishing hooks, uppercuts and body shots. Protect yourself by blocking punches or clinching. Taunt opponents with showboat moves if you've got the guts. Fight exhibition matches or an entire 15-year career. Between round close-ups show each boxer's facial damage. Beat these five legends and become a Champion Forever!
Onizuka Katsuya Super Virtual Boxing ~Shin Kentou Ou Densetsu~ (鬼塚勝也スーパーヴァーチャルボクシング 〜真拳闘王伝説〜?, "Boxing Legend True King: Super Virtual Boxing Onizuka Katsuya") is a boxing video game, developed by Sting Entertainment and published by SOFEL, which was released exclusively in Japan in 1993. It was licensed and endorsed by Katsuya Onizuka, a former WBA Super Flyweight champion.
Before marketing fat-reducing grills, boxing legend George Foreman endorsed this boxing game with a 3rd-person view similar to Punch Out. A full range of punches and jabs are available, with full round-by-round scoring from the judges. You can choose from 3-12 rounds, and there are 2 camera views as well as an automatic switch option.
You can play simple exhibition matches or tournaments, or launch into a career mode. In this you start at the bottom of the world rankings, and must reach the top by beating the game's players, who other than George are all fictitious boxers with varying strengths and weaknesses. The coach gives advice before each fight to help highlight weaknesses in your play. There are passwords for each round.
Being the only game based on the Japanese manga of the same title, it covers from "The Champion Carnival" to "The World Championship" in the original. There are 20 boxers and two hidden characters. There were only six voices for all the 22 boxers, voice actors in this game include Daisuke Sakaguchi, Tetsu Inada, Hiroshi Kamiya, Shinichi Yamada, Ito Asako, and Atsushi Kisaichi.
Ring ni Kakero is a simulation of amateur boxing rather than professional boxing. Like in real boxing, there is a timer for each round. The game uses a manga outlook to the boxing scene as two fighters appear to fight using various cutscenes for action shots. Each boxer has a special move and an energy meter in addition to a stamina meter.