Punch-Out!! Latest News - Wii

Game Description:The fabled battle cry of "Body blow! Body blow!" from the legendary Punch-Out!! returns as the classic is reinvented for the Wii. Underdog fighter Little Mac is back and ready to rumble against a cast of classic Punch-Out characters and new contenders. Send Glass Joe to the canvas, dodge haymakers from King Hippo, and get advice from trainer Doc Louis as you battle your way to the World Video Boxing Association Championship. Go punch for punch with the Wii's motion controls or go old school with classic NES-style play by turning the Wiimote sideways.
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  • Nintendo Sales Down 40%, Blames Weaker Software Lineup

    Though Nintendo has continued to outperform the rest of the industry in the midst of a worldwide economic recession, the company isn't racking up the same blockbusters numbers it used to. Nintendo's first fiscal quarter ended this past June and the company reported a lack of blockbuster software sales resulted in a 60% decrease in company...

    Posted July 30, 2009

    Nintendo Sales Down 40%, Blames Weaker Software Lineup
  • Punch-Out!! Developers Want To Make A Sequel

    Even though Punch-Out!! might not have become the sales sensation some were expecting, it hasn't dampened the enthusiasm of the developers at Next Level Games. Speaking with Official Nintendo Magazine, gameplay designer Bryce Holliday said he'd love to make a sequel that changed things up a bit -- including modes like...

    Posted July 29, 2009

    Punch-Out!! Developers Want To Make A Sequel
  • Pro Boxer Paulie Malignaggi Speaks On Playing 'Punch Out!!'s' Little Mac

    Many of you have seen Nintendo's television spots for Punch Out!!, but did you know that the man playing Little Mac is a professional boxer and not an actor? It's true! Paulie "The Magic Man" Malignaggi did an outstanding job playing Punch Out!!'s little pugilist that could. Yahoo! Sports' Kevin Iole (one of my favorite boxing...

    Posted May 20, 2009| 29 Comments

    Pro Boxer Paulie Malignaggi Speaks On Playing 'Punch Out!!'s' Little Mac
  • X-Play: 'Punch-Out!!' Review

    Relive fond childhood memories of frustration and failure, or make new ones, as you try and conquer Punch-Out!! on the Wii. Take on the likes of Piston Hurricane and Bald Bull in this legendary boxing game. Yep, Nintendo has managed to keep this remake just as challenging as the original and X-Play has the review. The Feed's own Jake Gaskill...

    Posted May 19, 2009| 10 Comments

    X-Play: 'Punch-Out!!' Review
  • 'Punch-Out!!' Little Mac Live Action Trailer: Dance Like A Fly, Bite Like A Mosquito

    Nintendo's marketing for their iconic boxing game remake Punch-Out!! actually brings the funny with this trailer profiling series protagonist Little Mac. Punch-Out!! is out May 18 on the Nintendo Wii.

    Posted May 12, 2009| 5 Comments

    'Punch-Out!!' Little Mac Live Action Trailer: Dance Like A Fly, Bite Like A Mosquito
  • 'Punch-Out!!' Wii Preview

    While Nintendo has been spacing Wii releases out quite a bit, the next first party Wii release will be Punch-Out!!, an update of the classic franchise with Wii motion controls and the classic NES-era gameplay you know and love. Unfortunately, it’s mainly just the classic NES-era gameplay you know and love. What I mean is this: remember...

    Posted April 1, 2009| 36 Comments

    'Punch-Out!!' Wii Preview
  • GDC 09: Face Time With Reggie Fils-Aime

    G4TV's Editor-In-Chief and X-Play co-host Adam Sessler caught up with Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime, and got some Face Time with the man himself, talking about the tough economic times we live in, Nintendo's message to fans and developers, and expanding on the keynote speech by Nintendo's President, Satoru Iwata. ' Check out what The Regginator...

    Posted March 27, 2009| 7 Comments

    GDC 09: Face Time With Reggie Fils-Aime
  • 'Punch-Out!!' Developer Walkthrough

    Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version Back when it was released for the original NES, Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! provided one of the most challenging and enjoyable experiences on the system. From the ridiculously difficult battles with Iron Mike, to the matches with quirky fighters such as King Hippo and Soda Pop Pinski, few games had...

    Posted March 25, 2009| 13 Comments

    'Punch-Out!!' Developer Walkthrough
  • 'Punch Out!!' For Wii Using Wii Balance Board

    As if another Punch Out!! game weren't good news enough, Nintendo Italy has revealed that the upcoming Wii version of the console classic will incorporate the Wii Balance Board. It will allow players to physically shuck and jive to avoid blows from the likes of Glass Joe, King Hippo and Don Flamenco before performing some sweet chin music....

    Posted March 25, 2009| 2 Comments

    'Punch Out!!' For Wii Using Wii Balance Board
  • Nintendo of America's Reggie Fils-Aime PAX 2009 Interview

    Posted: September 15, 2009

    6,964 Views | 09:41

  • Games You Didn't Get For Father's Day

    Posted: June 23, 2009

    3,113 Views | 01:54

  • X-Play Presents: The Best Games of 2009 So Far

    Posted: May 26, 2009

    8,330 Views | 02:49 | 15 Comments

  • Punch-Out!! Review

    Posted: May 18, 2009

    23,492 Views | 02:36 | 14 Comments

  • Gamertag Takes On Punch-Out

    Posted: April 13, 2009

    2,834 Views | 02:12 | 8 Comments


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