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The Fight - Move Required (PS3)

by Sony Computer Entertainment
PlayStation 3
 Ages 16 and Over
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B003BT5GK6
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 5 Nov 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,805 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The most realistic motion controlled fighting game released to date, The Fight: Lights Out for PlayStation 3 challenges players to conquer the brutal world of illegal underground fighting utilizing the PlayStation Move controller and the PlayStation Eye camera peripheral. Together these two seamlessly translate the player’s realistic physical actions to those of the character on the screen, allowing the players to fight however they choose. Keep it clean with standard jabs and punches, or fight dirty with headbutts, headlocks and more. The choice is yours as you take on 12 fighting venues filled with thugs and bosses and eventually take the fight online to unleash the skills you've learned against live virtual opponents.

Fight the Way You Want with PlayStation Move
Grab your PlayStation Move controllers and step into the dark and gritty underground of bare knuckle brawling in The Fight: Lights Out. A launch title for the PlayStation Move controller, The Fight: Lights Out is a one-on-one fighting game featuring single player and multiplayer play options. Players utilize two Move controllers, one for each hand, to accurately track your rapid blows while the PlayStation Eye tracks your head as you duck, evade, outmaneuver and knockout anyone that has the guts to throw down with you. The precision and versatility of the controller/peripheral combo allows you to decide how you want to take down your next challenger. Get them in a headlock and throw elbow drops to the skull, or go ballistic by throwing nonstop haymakers. Fight clean or fight dirty, it’s entirely up to you because there are no rules.

Connecting with a right cross in The Fight: Lights Out
Use realistic fighting motions only possible with the PlayStation Move controller to become the ultimate street brawler.
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Gameplay
The Fight: Lights Out features both a local single player career mode and multiplayer, as well as online multiplayer. In career mode players assume the role of an up-and-coming brawler looking to make it in the world of illegal, underground street fighting. Players can customize their character with a preset range of body types and attire, as they prepare themselves to fight their way through the game's 12 venues using the precise and varied capabilities of the PlayStation Move controller. Each venue is populated with a variety of opponents that will need to be defeated, with the final clash in each fought against a boss. Bosses are different from the lower level fighters that precede them in that they have particular skills and/or styles that the player will not have encountered in earlier opponents. Once bosses are defeated by the player these styles are incorporated into the player's repertoire, making these skills usable against later fighters in career mode and invaluable as you eventually face live online opponents via PlayStation Network.

Key Game Features

  • Take control of a rough and tumble bare-knuckle fighter in the campaign mode as you crusade to beat down all opponents that stand between you and your shot at becoming the toughest fighter out there.
  • Feel the action by using two PlayStation Move controllers and the PlayStation Eye peripheral as you step into the game and command your fighter’s every movement with lifelike 1:1 motion for deadly precision.
  • Unleash a wide arsenal of fighting combos. Start simple with punches and uppercuts before ramping up the intensity with headlocks and overhand blows to the head and an assault of other dirty fighting techniques.
  • Fighter customizable options including physical appearance and attire.
  • 12 underground fighting venues filled with opponents including bosses with character specific fighting skills and styles that can be transferred to the player character.
  • Online functionality that allows the player to utilize skills acquired during the single player campaign.
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Snapping back an opponent's head with a jab in The Fight: Lights Out
1:1 motion control.
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Setting up a combo in an alley brawl in The Fight: Lights Out
Fight clean or dirty.
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Drawing blood against a thug using knuckle wraps in The Fight: Lights Out
Single & multiplayer support.
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Fighting in a gym environment in The Fight: Lights Out
12 varied fighting venues.
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Product Description

Playstation Move required to play - not included

The most realistic motion controlled fighting game released to date, The Fight: Lights Out for PlayStation 3 challenges players to conquer the brutal world of illegal underground fighting utilizing the PlayStation Move controller and the PlayStation Eye camera peripheral. Together these two seamlessly translate the player’s realistic physical actions to those of the character on the screen, allowing the players to fight however they choose. Keep it clean with standard jabs and punches, or fight dirty with headbutts, headlocks and more. The choice is yours as you take on 12 fighting venues filled with thugs and bosses and eventually take the fight online to unleash the skills you've learned against live virtual opponents.

Fight the Way You Want with PlayStation Move
Grab your PlayStation Move controllers and step into the dark and gritty underground of bare knuckle brawling in The Fight: Lights Out. A launch title for the PlayStation Move controller, The Fight: Lights Out is a one-on-one fighting game featuring single player and multiplayer play options. Players utilize two Move controllers, one for each hand, to accurately track your rapid blows while the PlayStation Eye tracks your head as you duck, evade, outmaneuver and knockout anyone that has the guts to throw down with you. The precision and versatility of the controller/peripheral combo allows you to decide how you want to take down your next challenger. Get them in a headlock and throw elbow drops to the skull, or go ballistic by throwing nonstop haymakers. Fight clean or fight dirty, it’s entirely up to you because there are no rules.

The Fight: Lights Out features both a local single player career mode and multiplayer, as well as online multiplayer. In career mode players assume the role of an up-and-coming brawler looking to make it in the world of illegal, underground street fight


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56 of 56 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Like many I was put off by the shocking reviews of this game. However when I started to see the great user reviews I though hey, if the people who have actually PAID to play/own the game love it there must be something.

Well at [...] from Amazon, the cheapest price anywhere by far, I decided to take a punt. The game arrived on Tuesday and I played it in the evening.

This is a game first and a fight simulator 2nd, however the simulator part is the issue. (Initially)

I really think the Game reviewers probably picked the game up, gave it 15mins of fighting (without any training as you have to win fights to earn money to use the gym) and thought stuff this, this aint 1:1 Motion Control, my punches don't land and I'M GETTING EXHAUSTED! Hate it, rubbish game so I'll give it 3 out of ten.

How wrong could they be.

Firstly this game is hard work, this is not some Wii clone where you just flail your arms around, as a fighter you are a rookie who's skills are not honed so reactions are slower and mistimed, but as you progress, train and up your stats specific to your style your fighter improves and eventually you truly start to experience probably one of the best motion tracking games on the market.

You hit hard, the fighter hits hard, you push out a feeble jab, it simply taps the opponent in the face. Aim for the Head - Bang! Ribs - ouch! It is truly awesome.

But the trade off is the pain, after my first 2.5hrs stint I was exhausted and striped to my boxers (too much info), sweating like some brute out of a Rocky flick. The in game statistics said I'd burned over 600 calories during the game. Equivalent to a hard gym session.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Better than I thought.. 5 Nov 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was very sceptical about this game after online reviews varied between 2/10 - 8/10. However, after seeing this price tag I thought I would give it a go.
The game itself is very gritty with a strong hip hiop soundtrack and Danny Trejo being a tough guy (reminds me a bit of the defjam games). The videos of trejo are more funny than threatening as its hard to take him serious when he's in the gym throwing punches with the move controlers. Still, the videos serve their purpose in teaching you how the game works.

Holding the controlers at different angles makes them do different things. The best thing to do is pretend you are not holding them, block as any boxer would (backs of your hands out, fingers towards you) and throw punches as you would. At first the movement doesnt seem that responsive. But once you get into the game you find yourself blocking and parrying punches with ease, and getting some good connects with your throws. However, the move capture is not perfect, Luckily for me (unlike most reviewers) I wasn't expecting it to be perfect as the technology behind the game is still relatively new.
There is special moves to unlock as you progress which are done by hold a button then making the correct motions. (hammerfist/elbows/backhand etc)
Well connected punches show signs of damage on your opponent. You see bruises, black eyes, broken noses, cuts and scratches.

There is a few camera angles to choose from, although each has its own minor flaw, whether it being hard to judge distance, or not being able to see your torso making bodyshots hard to block.

The game has a pyramid progression table, having different venues then a smaller pyramid to each of those which is the fights. With 100+ fights in total.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Addictive! 12 Nov 2010
By Zigstar
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was looking forward to this title before it's release for the move, then the reviews came out which weren't very flattering to say the least, but i decided to buy and see for myself as we all know game reviewers are an odd breed at best.
All i can say is i'm glad i didn't listen to the reviews because this game despite some early frustrations with calibration(fixed by turning on motion controllers on after the game had loaded) is alot of fun and left me aching in places i haven't ached for some years after two hours of play time. It has that just one more fight addictiveness to it that will require you to use some discipline on how much you play to begin with or your easily find your body aching like you had been in a real fight like I did, but now i'm doing half an hour a day with the focus on slowly building myself up.

I can however see where some might get frustrated as the tracking and calibration is a bit fiddly, but you will as you play more find that sweet spot where your movements feel natural and those punches start hitting with deadly accuracy.
It has items you unlock as you win fights and you get skill points also which can be earned in the gym to boost your characters stats and clothing, but these things are just sideshows to the main fights which i've found i repeat to get a better rating, its all about being the perfect puncher right?

So if like me you were looking forward to this title but were put of by reviews i would say go for it or be patient until a demo arrives in the future, personally it gets a 5 star from me for the fun, which is insanely addictive if you like to feel your heart pounding, your lungs bursting and that desire to be the best dirty fighter in the underground! ;)
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
great game
Published 1 month ago by bosman419
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great service and great product, works really well
Published 1 month ago by Edward Daniels
1.0 out of 5 stars not a good game
Crap game
Good price
Published 3 months ago by CJ galloway
5.0 out of 5 stars I'm 35 and I love this game :)
Here's my own personal opinion, I don't force anyone to read it. People who bought this game, but don't like it most likely are spoiled, impatient kids, who need constant... Read more
Published 8 months ago by Handsome Ricardo
3.0 out of 5 stars A bit hit and miss
Certainly gets the old cardio vascular going but sometimes the results can be disheartening. Maybe we aren't set up right but sometimes you can throw punches till you face turns... Read more
Published 10 months ago by Amazon mad
5.0 out of 5 stars Workout
I will echo the 5 star reviews here. If you think this game is easy...forget it.....you must see this as a workout game before anything else.
Published 13 months ago by Martin Morgan
5.0 out of 5 stars Great use of the move controller
I really enjoy this game and i guess it is the most "adult" feeling move game out there. Real dirty gritty street fighting with the chance to learn extra dirty moves. Read more
Published 18 months ago by A. Stenberg
5.0 out of 5 stars Fight game for move
I thing it's a good game some of the moves are hard to perform you have to train in the game to get points and stuff so it's quit realistic to life and thats what i like.
Published 19 months ago by Daniel
5.0 out of 5 stars Good and creatively made
A game where u can make exercises and have fun. How can that be bad right? 2 birds in one stone. Its actually very fun.
give it a try. Read more
Published 19 months ago by Arthur Carico
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game with the usual niggles
I held out for a long time before trying this game but i snapped it once it reached a bargain-basement price. Let me begin by saying that if/when Fight 2. Read more
Published 20 months ago by TroubleSome
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