First Don King Presents Prizefighter trailer – knockout

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 12 April 2008 19:47 GMT

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This looks pretty good, and will hopefully do away with the austerity of Fight Night Round 3 as a more “thrilling” realistic boxing title.

There’s a fair amount to see in here, including training mini-games as well as some proper Rocky-style bang-bang. Gamespress is only listing this as Wii and 360 for “spring 2008”, so we’ll have to check that. There’s a press event for it in London next week, so expect to see more very soon.

Trailer after the link.

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