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Fight Night Round 4 Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description:Fight Night comes out swinging for Round 4 with its hardest-hitting edition yet! Use a full arsenal of blocks, dodges, and knee-buckling punches. Hang tough in the face of jarring true-to-life impacts. They're delivered by an all-new physics-based game engine that also clears the way for glancing blows, missed punches, and, for the first time, real rough-and-tumble inside fighting. Find out who's the best ever with a roster of 40 all-time greats, including Muhammad Ali, Joe Frasier, Manny Pacquaio, and the return of Iron Mike Tyson. Take your fighter from unknown to champion in new Legacy Mode or step into the ring against a friend for head-to-head action.
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