on 7 July 2000
Very different from yer average fighting game, as this one involves a bit of careful thought - you have to build up your Rumble Power before going for it and pounding your opponent to a bloody mess. In two player mode, it is a truly excellent way to waste whole evenings as you chop and change between characters - you fight, you get Rumble Powers, you can even taunt your opponents. The range of characters is ace, from big, fat sumo types to foxy young ladies - this truly does have something for everyone. The one player option is nowhere near as fun, this one definitely works best as a multiplayer.
on 28 July 2004
This is a game that should be given to people in the anger managment trade. It's the usual brilliant Dreamcast standards, great graphics, great gameplay, basic story line, nice little extra's, good cut scenes, sounds and commentry,wide selection of arena's and boxers, with all the great fighting moves to release your anger. Top noch again, well done to Dreamcast.
on 11 February 2009
This is a great game remids me of punch out on the NES. much more friendly and easier to get into than some of the more serious boxing games. It might not have the depth of some other games but you have got several distinct fighting styles to master and characters to unlock.
9/10 for me, I think this is better than the sequel game as well.