Punch-Out!! (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Wii games
Description:Genre: Sports / Rating: E10 - (Everyone 10+) / Published by: Nintendo / Punch-Out!! is a series of boxing video games ... more
Punch-Out!! (Wii) ... created by Nintendo's general manager, Genyo Takeda. It started in the arcades simply as Punch-Out!!, including a sequel (Super Punch-Out!!), and has spanned home consoles, including NES versions (Punch-Out!!), an SNES sequel (Super Punch-Out!!), and a Wii version of the NES versions simply titled (Punch-Out!!). The series also had a spin-off called Arm Wrestling, released only in North American arcades.
Newest Review: ... and the paper round. Or so i remember it. Nostalgia much? Ohh yes. Snapping this Wii game up at a price of around £15 at ... more
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Customer Punch-Out!! (Wii) Reviews (3)
by - written on 25/02/11, updated on 25/02/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Am I kidding? Maybe... Back, when i was lad after working 15 hours in't mine, i'd go to the social club and spend my hard earned paper round money on tabs and playing this game. I spent a fortune getting RSI and a growing sense of frustration that lasted until my very late 20s. Little Mac was a courageous pugilist going through the ranks without putting on weight or much muscle. His green gloves a blur, he'd punch and jab and uppercut all who got in his way. It was also incredibly hard, hence the RSI and the paper round. Or so i remember it. Nostalgia much? Ohh yes. Snapping this Wii game up at a price of around £15 at the time, I slammed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Super Punch-Out was one of my favourite games on the old SNES system. I think it was the simplicity of the game play coupled with the colourful characters you fought against, that kept me coming back for more. I was so chuffed when I heard it was coming out on the Wii! Little Mac returns to our screens looking pretty much identical to how he did on the SNES. There is a good mix of new opponents and old classics (like Gabby Jay and Bald Bull) for you to demolish along the way to world glory. The game is best played using the Wii Nunchuck attachment. In this mode you hold the Wii remote in your left hand and the Nunchuck in your right (or vice-versa) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/09 (Useful, 31 readings)
A game of memory should not be fun. A game of hit or miss should be not be fun. But my God, for some reason, Punch Out has managed to do it every single time. For those unaware of the NES and SNES classics, Punch out puts you in the shoes of Little Mac, a bland faced quiff child who's out to punch his way to the top of the boxing world. Each match is played out the same - You, as Little Mac, are placed at the bottom of the screen facing forward, your opponent stands ahead of you looking toward the screen. There is no movement but dodging, and there are very few moves. So why is this fun? Well, for one, the game isn't so much dumbed down as ... Read the complete review
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