Screenshots: Fight Night Round 3

Screenshots: Fight Night Round 3

Published On December 14, 2005 | By Anthony Barker | News

Electronic Arts have released the latest screenshots of their forthcoming Boxing simulation franchise to enter the Next-Gen ring. The highly acclaimed Fight Night franchise delivers another hit with Fight Night Round 3. Feel what it’s like to hit, or be hit by, great champions such as Muhammad Ali and Ricky “The Hitman” Hatton with totally immersive environments that showcase the impact of the most devastating punches. Outside the ring, establish intense rivalries by calling out opponents and triggering press conference brawls on your way to becoming a boxing legend. Fight Night Round 3 is the closest thing to being in the ring without getting punched.

Fight Night Round 3 Key features include:

One Punch Can Change a Fight
It’s all about “Risk vs. Reward” with new Impact Punches that can instantly change the pace of a fight. Land a perfectly timed Flash KO to turn the tide of the fight, or pay the price when you’re hit by a devastating counterpunch.

Unleash a Flurry
Trigger a mid-fight mini-game and follow timed on-screen punch commands to control the bout or score a knockdown.

Boxing’s Greatest Rivalries
Re-create the greatest fights from past and present including all-time classics such as Gatti vs. Ward, Barrera vs. Morales, and Ali vs. Frasier.

Talk the Talk, Walk the Walk
Establish intense rivalries of your own by intimidating opponents before the big fight with heated press conferences full of hype, trash talkin’, and fights at the weigh-in.

Style Defines a Fighter
Create a style of your own by choosing from more than 25 fighting styles, then see how you match up against the authentic signature styles from the world’s best boxers.

Fight Night Round 3 is scheduled for release in March 2006. Check out the games Media Section to view the screenshots.

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