Center Ring Boxing
Remember playing 4-D Boxing from Electronic Arts for the PC? Well if you do, you'll recognize the perspectives and game play that this boxing game has to offer. The engine from the PC version is implemented to this Sega Saturn title, but detailed with state-of-the-art graphics and animation.
This boxing bonanza is still in early development, but seeing what this game has proven in a early stage promises great game play with bone-crushin' excitement. As you can see, all of the characters are rendered as is the ring, and replaying your fight from different angles is quite amazing. But one gripe that I have is that in some angles when you are fighting it's very hard to distance yourself from your opponent. This needs some improvement. Hint: Maybe the JVC programmers can implement the distance feature from the PC version where you can tell when you're close enough to throw that bomb at your opponent. Have you ever seen a female boxer in a video game? Women are everywhere. If you try the Tournament Mode you can fight the women of the ring, and hey, they're tough. You can even start as a female when creating your character. This game has it all.
I'm amazed with this early version by the looks and easy controls of the boxing movements, but there's still a margin for improvement.
MANUFACTURER - Victor of Japan
DIFFICULTY - MODERATE
THEME - Boxing
NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1 or 2
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode