20 Games Like K-1 World GP 2005(TBA)
The rough and tumble world of professional kickboxing comes to the PlayStation with K-1 Grand Prix. Choose from 16 professional kickboxers including Andy Hug, Musashi, and Ernesto Hoost, and if you don't like any of the professional contenders, create your own. After choosing the right avatar, jump into the ring for some training. Once you are ready for some competition, you can try to win a Tournament, but those players looking for a real challenge should play the Career mode. This is where you try to work your way from the bottom of the rankings to the championship. Between each bout, spend time training; how well you perform each training task will reward you with points that can be spent on new moves and combinations. Do you have the grit and determination to become the best in K-1 Grand Prix?
... 300 years after Aziraal has been banished, a brother and sister are drawn into the conflict which has flared up between the Orcs and the free world. Kyra, the hero's younger sister, suddenly disappears in mysterious circumstances.
«...If my family really belongs to the chosen ones, why then have we always been as poor as church mice? I have never given much credence to all the old stories about a relict in our family's possession - one which supposedly bannedAziraal, the god of the Orcs - they say that only those ofmy bloodwere chosen to safeguard the secret. 'Tis nothing but nonsense methinks – however, my sister Kyra always listened eagerly to the stories of the old ones... but she vanished several months ago... »
To all intents and purposes you're an unscrupulous bounty hunter and mercenary - but the search for your sister takes you back to your roots.
At the beginning of your epic adventure, a mercenary task takes you to the far north - but you're also following up a mysterious lead at the same time - the first clue you've been given since Kyra's disappearance. You get a shock during a meeting with the delegates of a dark Brotherhood - your sister's kidnappers are indeed after your family's relict. Whether there's any truth in your family being chosen ones or not, the others obviously believe it - and if you ever want to see Kyra alive again, you'll have to act swiftly...
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Kickboxing, Karate, Kenpo, Kung-Fu, and Tae-Kwondo are among the various martial arts disciplines making up the "K" in K-1 Revenge, the unofficial sequel to 1997's K-1: The Arena Fighters. The K-1 is a real event held annually to determine the best fighter in the world, and it is unique in that it embraces all forms of fighting styles.
Now you can decide if you have what it takes to become a world-class fighter by selecting one of fourteen authentic K-1 participants in your choice of five game modes including One Player, Tournament, Team Battle, Training and AI Setup. The One Player contest has you fighting against eleven computer opponents, while Tournament has up to eight human players competing in a series of matches for the right to be called champion.
K-1 Pocket Grand Prix 2 is a Kickboxing game, published by Konami, it was released only in Japan in 2002.
K-1 Pocket Grand Prix 2 is a Japan only sequel in which you can select from a roster of 17 famous K-1 fighters from different regions and compete to win the grand prix tournament. You can also create a fighter and select a region and selection of punches and kicks for him. The game represents the fighters as over top cartoony sprites in the same style as puzzle fighter does for street fighter characters. The game plays out in sped up 3 minute rounds and does not represent accurate K-1 fighting as fighters can utilize special moves such as flaming kicks. The game borrows features from other 2D fighters such as street fighter allowing you to do charge attacks, parries, super moves and you win the game by depleting your opponents health bar. The game is a little tongue in cheek, when cro-cop wins a fight he does his winning pose in his famous cop uniform.
K-1 Pocket Grand Prix is a kickboxing game, published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2002.
K-1 Pocket Grand Prix is a fighting game developed by Daft Co. and published by Konami Corporation for Game Boy Advance.
K-1 Pocket Grand Prix is a kickboxing game that uses the K-1 brand and real fighters.
Players can choose from one of fourteen different fighters. Players can kick, punch, and use special moves.
Best of the Best: Champion Karate is an earlier fighting-style game developed by Loriciels & Movie Software for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It focused on the kick-boxing style of fighting, and incorporated a championship-style linear play.