Real Boxing headed to Vita

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 30 May 2013 01:06 GMT

Unreal Engine pwoered sim Real Boxing is making the jump from iOS to Vita.

CVG reports the mobile title will arrive on the European PlayStation Store in August.

Developed by Vivid Games, Real Boxing released on iOS in November last year, and has players guiding an amateur boxer to the highest levels of competition.

Its main claim to fame is an emphasis on visual realism, thanks to motion-captured performances and real-time deformation technology to show off injuries.

It’s also equipped with character customisation, real-time commentary and slow-motion replays.

CVG has a couple of screens from the Vita version. It’s also available on Nvidia’s Shield.

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