The Fight: Lights Out Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
The Fight: Lights Out Reviews6
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|EuroGamer||---||Nov 02 '10|
|Games Radar||2/10||Nov 24 '10|
|GameSpot||5.0/10||Nov 05 '10|
|GameZone||3/10||Nov 30 '10|
|IGN PS3||3.0/10||Oct 31 '10|
|Strategy Informer||5.0/10||Nov 30 '10|
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The Fight: Lights Out Previews
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|GameSpot||Mar 10 '10|
|IGN PS3||Mar 10 '10|
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" Some of the more... vocal members of various message boards the world over are already predicting a quick death for both Sony and Microsoft's entrants into the motion based arena, but before we start to pantomime the digging of dirt with our imaginary shovels, remember one important detail: it's a launch, people. You didn't chuck your brand-new PlayStation 2 out the window back in 2000 because Fantavision and X-Squad didn't turn out the way you envisioned, so let's try to have some semblance of perspective here. Making a fully featured launch-window title that takes advantage of the technology it's based on is next to impossible due to constantly changing hardware specifications and a strict schedule, so there's a reason the vast majority of them tend to be mediocre at best. But then you play something like The Fight: Lights Out, and all that goodwill and understanding seems to have a much more difficult time manifesting itself... ..."
"This fighting game offers some simple yet brutish fun, but poor controls and uninteresting presentation make it a struggle to get past the first few rounds. "
"By requiring you to really put something into your punches and embracing its seedy street-fighting aesthetic, Motion Fighters looks to channel the raw, pugilistic satisfaction of beating the pulp out of a virtual somebody. We're looking forward to seeing how the controls are refined in future builds because it definitely felt like there was room to increase the controller's responsiveness to quicker combos. Still, the motion correspondence was pretty impressive, especially when dodging or landing a big haymaker. We'll have more on Motion Fighters in the coming months for all you fans of big hits and bloodied lips."
"The Fight: Lights Out has some good ideas, but lacks power behind the punch"