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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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