Mike Tyson Heavyweight Boxing (Xbox) by Codemasters
Release Date July 16, 2002.
Average Overall Score: 4.00 / 10
Mike Tysons Heavy Weight Boxing is basically Tyson taking on the world. There are numerous different modes of fighting (speed boxing, exhibition matches, title fights, two-player mode), including a career mode where you create your own boxer (you can even spar with Tyson to sharpen your skills!)."
Small Heads At the press start screen, enter X, B, Down, Up. Platinum Mode At the press start screen, enter X, B, L, R. Flat Mode At the press start screen, enter Right, Left, B, X. Big Heads At the press start screen, enter X, B, Up, Down. 2-D Mode At the press start screen, enter Down, Up, B, X.
Overall User Average: 3.00 / 10 (40.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 5.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 5.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 5.00 / 10liveBYtheX
Date reviewed: October 22, 2003.
Overall: Just plain horrible. I'm glad I only paid 5 dollars for it. I bought it from a friend. I figured it would be pretty fun, being Mike Tyson was in the title, but it blew. I played it for about 10 minutes. The only cool part is the Create a Boxer thing. Gameplay: Gameplay is okay. The controls are like every other boxing game... The game gets boring really quick. First few minutes I was into it, then I realized I had just thrown away cash. Graphics: Semi-good graphics. Like always, "xbox could do better," but I was disappointed in the game itself, not the visuals.. Sound: I didn't even pay attention to the sounds. I was too busy cussing in my mind. The games just plain out boring. Maybe boxing games just arent my thing...? Suggestions: Kill yourself... (j/k)?
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