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Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream [Virtual Console] Videos and Trailers - Wii

Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream [Virtual Console]
Game Description:A downloadable version of the classic NES game, provided through Nintendo's Virtual Console service. You are Little Mac, who may be the smallest boxer in the ring, but has a lot of heart. Battling your way through numerous comical boxers, including Soda Popinski and Mr. Sandman, the ultimate goal is to fight Iron for the World Video Boxing Association Title. With a grin and a wink, the final boxing champ Mr. Dream unleashes a flurry of punches that can knock Little Mac down with a single hit. Train hard, Little Mac, and maybe you can take down the champ! This version of Punch-Out!! is the second edition of the title -- the first was the infamous original Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, which featured the notorious Mike Tyson on the box and as the final challenger. Nintendo released this version after Tyson lost his heavyweight title and a renewed license was no longer desirable -- instead, the equally challenging fictional Mr. Dream character squared up against Little Mac.
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