Don King Presents: Prizefighter Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description:Go beyond the ropes with this boxing game that chronicles every step of a wannabe champion's rise to fame! Being able to dominate the ring is one thing, but Don King Presents: Prizefighter lets you experience all the grit and determination required to become a prizefighter. The documentary-style play challenges you to master boxing techniques as well as overcome adversity, resist temptation, and balance your commitments outside the ring. Live a sports documentary that unfolds in a style never-before-seen in video games, one that will hit you just as hard when you're in the fight as when you're preparing for it.
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    X-Play has an early look at 2K's upcoming boxing title, Don King Presents: Prizefighter for the Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, and PlayStation 3.

    Posted: May 27, 2008 | 3,468 Views | 02:30 | 2 Comments

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