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Punch-Out!! (Wii) [Importación inglesa]

Plataforma : Nintendo Wii

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  • Punch-Out!!
  • HardwarePlatform: Nintendo Wii
  • OperatingSystem: Nintendo Wii
Nuevos: 7 desde EUR 41,86 De 2ª mano: 2 desde EUR 9,98

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Explorador: Nintendo
Género: Lucha
Plataforma: Nintendo Wii
Rango ESRB: E10 + (Everyone 10 +)

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas How to remake a game the right way 28 de febrero de 2012
Por GhostFrappe - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Another fan of the original Punch-Out chiming in here. Having a preference for old-school games has made me a little reluctant to even try any games for the Wii...that is, until I received a Wii for Christmas. So I decided to check out some of the titles and I saw this game while not having particularly high hopes since I know how much modern remakes of old games tend to be butchered. After getting the opportunity to try this game and having to adjust to the Wii-Mote, I have to say despite getting beaten down several times, I found it to be fun and bought my own copy.

I haven't yet conquered the game entirely - I'm about 2/3 of the way through the Title Defense thing in the World Circuit. But the game is just plain fun, even if you do beat it. The upsides:

1. Characters. All the familiar characters have remained pretty true to their original forms, and the new ones seem to fit in pretty well with all the rest. In addition, I love that you can not only have unlimited rematches when you get owned, you can also go back and rematch anyone at any time. In addition to that, you can fight hologram versions of opponents for a while before facing them in Career mode. Believe me, you're gonna need that once you start defending your title. I think I practiced against Great Tiger at least 10 times to get a good grasp of his movements and he still took the belt and KOed me twice before I got past him. As annoying as he can be to fight, the character named Aran Ryan just makes me laugh so hard - he is obviously on cocaine or speed and I've intentionally lost to him just to see him act like a nut when he wins.

2. Controls. If you're new to the Wii-Mote like I was, this game might require a bit more practice. Also, I don't know what people are talking about when they say you can play this via classic controller - look at the back of the box. It utilizes only the Wii-Mote. Anyway, once you kinda practice with the thing, it'll become like second nature. And remember, you CAN use the Nunchuk to throw left punches. You don't need to do what I and many of my friends did and sit there throwing right jabs the whole time like idiots.

3. Difficulty. I'm finding many Wii games I've played are so easy-peasy that they aren't even fun because there's no challenge (looking at you, Sonic Colors). Punch-Out definitely presents a challenge with each opponent; by no means is it impossibly hard, but it's not something you could do with your eyes closed. Basically, I feel accomplished when I finally get past an opponent and I would say that's a good indication that this game strikes a good balance between ease and difficulty.

Lack of online play isn't an issue for me personally because my internet is not wireless, but this might be a problem for those who like to play against others from a distance. There is a two-player option called Head-to-Head that's not too bad. If you're used to memorizing opponents' movements, this might be an annoying feature for you because, obviously, you can't control a second human player's actions. And for some reason I've yet to figure out, Little Mac basically turns into the Hulk in the two-player battles for a few seconds at random and then shrinks back down. I think I'd have liked to see that in the Career mode - why does it only happen against another player? I think it'd be awesome to lay a few punches on one of the larger fighters (like Soda Pop or Mr. Sandman) as this huge creature.

I've also read that if you get all the way through the Title Defense and some other thing after it, you can unlock and fight Donkey Kong. Not sure if that's true or not, but wow, that sounds awesome. I may have liked a couple more characters, but it's such a negligible thing that I wouldn't even consider it a flaw. This is a great game for NES veterans and newbie gamers alike and I would absolutely recommend it. It's a timeless classic of a game that has been restored with modern graphics and it's just something that won't get boring even after you beat it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great for us old school gamers 11 de abril de 2013
Por kazper - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Growing up with the original Nintendo and Mike Tyson's punch out constantly whooping my butt, I simply had to give this a whirl. It was good to see some of the original characters, especially the more memorable ones like King Hippo, Bald Bull, and Soda Popinski.

I played this games several ways, with the wii board, remote and nunchuk; remote and nunchuk, and finally just the remote. It took a lot of energy to use the board along with the remote and nunchuk. It would surely make for a good workout if you went enough rounds. It is nice they gave gamers the option. There are times I'd rather sit and be lazy on the couch with the remote, and others where I want to be right there in the fight throwing punches.

Difficulty: I made it through all of the characters in a relatively short time span. This might have been my own fault setting it to easy, I do not remember. However, what I really liked about the game is that it doesn't end when you win the final bout. Instead, all of the characters you have already defeated gain new super powers. That's right, just when you think you've figured out all of their moves, SURPRISE! It definitely kept the game interesting not knowing what to expect.

Graphics: Upgraded since Super Punch Out, but I would love to see this in full HD. Maybe things will transfer over to Kinect, but it being a Nintendo product that seems highly unlikely.

Great games with lots of memories attached from my childhood. I'm glad to say it wasn't a disappointment, and this time I was actually able to defeat the last fighter, unlike the original.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very challenging and fun 23 de abril de 2011
Por Cart - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Whereas the original Punch Out for NES was fun to play as a child, when I replayed the game just a year ago, I beat the entire game without losing one time. That game is maybe challenging for a child, but not for me at all anymore.

This Punch Out for Nintendo Wii is very challenging to me. I like the way the Wii control is incorporated into this game. And the characters are not nearly as easy to beat in the Wii version. But even once you master the characters after going through them and winning all 3 Titles, you have to go into Title Defense mode, which I am in right now. And the characters are extremely difficult to beat in this mode (I am a casual game player, not an expert so maybe they are not difficult for some people).

An example of something that makes the game more challenging; in the original NES version you could punch with either right or left hand and still land about every punch. You also could move either way and avoid punches. In Wii version you sometimes cannot land a punch unless done with the correct hand. And you also need to figure out which way to dodge or you will get hit by your opponent's punch. Sometimes you even have to duck under the punch.

This version also has a head to head mode, which is fun to play with my children. My 8 year old son is extremely challenging to defeat and sometimes beats me. And the gameplay of head to head is also different than the man vs computer mode, so it's almost like a whole other game inside the game. My children can play against each other in this and have a lot of fun.

This game was very well put together. It is extremely fun and it will be a while before I would really be able to consider it not challenging anymore. And with head to head against each other in the family, it will be a game that I am sure we will play for many years to come.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Enjoyable Game 14 de enero de 2015
Por Sandy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I personally think this is the best boxing game in that there is consistency in the controls. I don't care much for the one of the contenders growing bigger during the game, cause the little guy has to learn some serious dodging techniques to stay alive, making it an unfair fight . But it's a great calorie burner and you're tired when you finish playing a few games. You can even work off a little steam and frustration from time to time when you've had a bad day. Another good game for my collection.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Brings Back Memories! 30 de marzo de 2011
Por KathyRocks! - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I remember playing this game for NES and I always liked it(except I never could beat Mike Tyson). Playing this game brings back memories. I havent played it all the way through yet, but I'm really enjoying it so far. I havent used the nun chuck or balance board yet because I wanted to play it old school just like the original NES. The music is pretty much the same, and you even see Mac train with Doc Lewis just like with the old Nintendo. You know Doc Lewis on the bike and Mac running after him. There are the old characters like Glass Joe, King Hippo, Piston Honda(although for some reason in this game hes called Piston Hondo), The Great Tiger,Von Keiser, and Don Flamenco. I do have to tell you that for me this game is harder than the NES version. In the NES version I could beat The Great Tiger, King Hippo, and Don Flamenco with one hand tied behind my back. All 3 have knocked me out and for some reason at first I couldnt figure out how to block King Hippos super punch. Also the title bout opponents are different than from the NES version. Like King Hippo is a title bout opponent instead of Piston Honda(sorry refuse to call him Piston Hondo).

Its REALLY realistic. You see bruises and cuts and bandages and a real looking ref. No more Mario. All in all I am really enjoying it and I am up to Aron Ryan who I dont have a clue on how to beat. If anybody could let me know that would be great thanks!

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