20 Games Like Victorious Boxers: Revolution()
Poor Wade Hixton. On his way home from the monster truck rally in Albuquerque when his car manages to break down. Yet again. Luckily for Wade, he isn't far from the little known boxing town of Big Piney. And this is where our adventure begins.
Help Wade fight his way through eight opponents on his quest to fix his car and get back home. Counter Punch is a non-linear boxing adventure game that lets you star as the dumb witted Wade Hixton.
But it doesn't end there. On your journey through Big Piney you'll meet the local towns folk, learn new moves, payoff thugs to lend a helping hand a whole lot more. In other words, it be real fun I gar-ron-tee!
Showdown: Legends of Wrestling features more than 70 of the greatest wrestlers throughout history. Send your favorite wrestlers to the squared circle for bone-breaking matches, including Table, First Blood, Ladder, Cage, and Battle Royal. Create dream matches, unlock classic feuds, and customize your own wrestler. You'll travel down the path of pain in the new era-based career mode. If you can master the new Ready-To-Brawl controls, you'll be prepared to take on the icons of professional wrestling.
In a savage display of pounding moves and lightning action, robotic boxers from around the globe step into a futuristic ring. Mirroring the movements of the humans in control, each Teleroboxer is capable of surviving defense matches unbearable to mankind.
Slug it out to the staggering end to determine the true world champion. Created with specialized Techtronic powers and unique personalities, these responsive machines show no mercy on their way to the brutal top.
This unreleased, unfinished game is similar to Broderbund's famous game, Karateka. Select your black belt level (difficulty level) and fight your way through eight rooms. The keypad is used to execute a variety of karate moves, although the game has no collision detection so you can't really fight your enemies. While the game looks promising, you cannot progress beyond eight rooms because you can't defeat your enemies.
Punch-Out!!, originally released in North America as Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, is a boxing sports fighting video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) developed and published by Nintendo in 1987. Part of the Punch-Out!! series, it is a port of both the Punch-Out!! and Super Punch-Out!! arcade games (particularly the latter) with some variations.
Punch-Out!! features a boxer known as Little Mac working his way up the professional boxing circuits, facing a series of colorful, fictional boxers, leading to a final fight with real-life boxer, the then-World Heavyweight Champion, which is Mike Tyson in the original version and Mr. Dream in the later version.
Little Mac has a limited repertoire compared to most of his opponents. His punches are limited to left and right jabs, left and right body blows, and a powerful uppercut. The uppercut can only be used once the player earns a star, which is typically accomplished by counter-punching the opponent directly before or after certain attacks are launched. The player can acquire up to three stars. To perform the uppercut, the player needs to press the start button once a star is earned. To defend, Mac can dodge left or right, duck, and block punches by putting up his guard.
Little Mac also has a heart meter, which decreases by three upon being struck by an opponent and one upon blocking an attack or an opponent blocking/dodging the player's attack. When the heart meter decreases to zero, Little Mac temporarily turns pink and appears exhausted, leaving the player unable to attack but still able to dodge or block. At this point, Mac can regain some hearts (and his normal color palette) only by avoiding the opponent's punches. He immediately loses all of his hearts upon being knocked down, but can regain some by getting up.
A bout can end by knockout (KO), if a fighter is unable to get up within ten seconds after being knocked down; by technical knockout (TKO), if a fighter is knocked down three times in one round; or by decision, if the bout lasts three full rounds without a clear winner. In order to win by decision, the player must accumulate higher than a certain point total by punching the opponent and/or knocking him down (different boxers require different point totals to win by decision). However, some bouts cannot be won in this manner and will automatically result in a loss for the player if the opponent is not knocked out. Mac can only get up three times during any one bout; if he is knocked down a fourth time, he will be unable to rise and thus lose by knockout.
When Mac loses his first bout to a ranked opponent, he will have a chance to fight a rematch. However, if he loses a Title Bout, he will fall in the rankings - one place for the Minor or Major Circuits, two places for the World Circuit. Losing a rematch causes him to fall one place (unless he is already at the bottom of his circuit), forcing him to fight his way back up. A third loss (not necessarily a consecutive one) ends the game. The exception is the final fight against Mike Tyson/Mr. Dream; a loss to them automatically results in a game over.
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KARATE MASTER Knock Down Blow, is an explosive fighting game of full contact karate (kakuto Karate), which will involve you not only in fierce fights, but also in the preparation and training needed for a Karateka to strengthen body and spirit.
Take on Jesse "The Body", one of the largest and meanest wrestling superstars ever to crust heads in a ring! Play alone or with a friend in a champion match, an exhibition or a no-holds-barred tag team match. Jump in the ring as a wrestling superstar!
Jesse "The Body" Ventura Wrestling Superstars is an unreleased wrestling game set to be published by DreamWorks for the Sega Mega Drive. A prototype was leaked onto the internet in 2016.
25 years of All Japan Pro Wrestling comes to Sega Saturn, and now the warriors of Virtua Fighter has taken to the ring to challenge the champions of the world! 12 wrestlers compete to showcase their skills and win the Triple Crown. 3 modes of play allows friends go head-to-head and compete in the ultimate battle of spirits!