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Ready 2 Rumble Boxing

  • Buy New: $48.99
  • as of 11/22/2014 01:52 MST details
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  • Seller:Bedford Wholesales
  • Sales Rank:28,254
  • Platform:Sega Dreamcast
  • Media:Video Game
  • Genre:Sports and Outdoors Games
  • ESRB:Teen
  • Operating System:Sega Dreamcast
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.1
  • Dimensions (in):7.4 x 5.3 x 0.6
  • MPN:Game Boy Col
  • UPC:031719209828
  • EAN:0031719209828
  • ASIN:B000028U2E
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Includes game, original case, and original manual. Also includes bonus collector DVD case with reprint of original artwork to look pretty on shelf next to current games! These items are in good condition and complete but they are not like new. They may have small flaws to the case and the game may have very small scratches that do not affect game play. All ClassicGameStore games are tested before being taken into our inventory.
Amazon.com
"Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls... Let's Get Ready to Rumble!" calls renowned ring announcer Michael Buffer to start one of the most impressive boxing video games on the market. Ready 2 Rumble takes full advantage of the Dreamcast's advanced technology, and it shows. Each boxer, be it a gorgeous female pugilist or a towering wall of muscle, is beautifully animated in 3-D: watch Tank Thrasher's enormous gut jiggle and bounce as he's knocked to the mat, or see fighters wince when hit or smugly grin when they land a hard punch. Or feel the action with the optional Jump Pack as your controller shakes with each punch and knockdown. The Dreamcast smoothly integrates all of these enhancements while maintaining a high frame rate. The result: Ready 2 Rumble is an incredibly fun game that delivers a knockout punch.

By far, the best feature of the game is the variety of boxers--20 in all--representing a range of personalities and abilities. Afro Thunder, for example, is a trash-talking, Chris Rock-sounding fighter with a repertoire of ring speed, quick jabs, and over-the-top hooks, while Butcher Brown is a heavy-handed thug built like a dump truck. There's something for everyone, with many nationalities, genders, and fighting styles represented. Since each fighter has different speed, reach, and moves, there is a pleasant amount of depth to the game.

Ready 2 Rumble offers two different game modes: Arcade and Championship. Arcade mode is for one or two players, and is simply a series of boxing matches. The single-player option pits you against a computer-controlled opponent, while the two-player format lets you and a buddy hammer it out. Championship mode puts you in charge of your own boxing gym. You start the game with three rookie fighters, facing off in second-rate gyms, and it's your job to train them in hopes of reaching the championship bout.

Championship mode also lets you access Ready 2 Rumble's most innovative feature: the ability to pit your prized fighters against boxers from a friend's gym through the Visual Memory Unit. Just save your stable of boxers onto the VMU and then use it in a buddy's Dreamcast, where you can fight an exhibition match against one of his or her boxers, or arrange a trade. The VMU also lets you save your progress. Without it, all your boxers (and all the secret characters you've managed to unlock) are erased when you turn off the console. But then again, if you've got Ready 2 Rumble, it's unlikely that you'll turn off the console anytime soon. --Mike Fehlauer

Pros:

  • Impressive graphics and boxer animations
  • Variety of personable, quirky, fun boxers
  • Easy-to-learn controls
  • Great use of peripherals (VMU and Jump Pack)
Cons:
  • Punch combinations can be slow

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