The hilarious Ready 2 Rumble franchise is flexing its muscles and planning a major, star-studded return to the ring with the launch of Ready 2 Rumble Revolution, the newest game in the much-loved series. Bringing the franchise to Wii™ for the first time, the game retains all the knockout features of best-sellers Ready 2 Rumble Boxing Round 1 and Round 2, while delivering a knockout punch of style and attitude. Tailored to take advantage of the motion-controlled realism of Wii, Ready 2 Rumble Revolution makes landing a punch more fun than ever.
The game has the voice Michael Buffer who is famous for “Let’s Get Ready to Rumble®” trademark call. (which is one of my favorite parts, it really brings the came a lot of character. The characters are brought to life with hilarious moves, detailed facial animations (also something I really enjoyed), damage textures and fighting techniques including special moves, combos, extreme knockdowns and special “Rumble” combos (I would only get these by accident). An all new Championship Mode lets gamers create their own unique boxer and nurture (this was one of the first things I did) his skills through mini-games, developing him as a fighter and creating a completely personalized Ready 2 Rumble Revolution experience.
Key Points of the Game:
Intuitive Gameplay – Using the Nunchuk controller as one glove and the Wii Remote as the other, players dodge, weave and punch their opponents. The controller’s speaker and rumble device provide sensory feedback.
18 Wildly Caricatured Boxers – A new roster of caricatured boxers presents parodies of celebrities from the world of sports, music and movies. Highlights include the caricature of Michael Buffer, “The Voice of Champions™”, and his famous “Let’s Get Ready to Rumble®” trademark call. Each character is brought to life through hilarious over-the-top moves, improved facial animations and damage textures.
Special Moves – Tons of outrageous special moves, combos and extreme knockdowns enhance the fighting experience while “Rumble“-Combos enable players to pull off moves from Kung Fu, Wrestling and other martial arts.
Contains 8 Modes of Play – Arcade, Quick Fight, Team Fight, Tournament, Championship, Mini Game, Tutorial and Create a Boxer modes
Championship Mode – The all new championship mode allows players to create their own boxer and nurture his skills through mini-games developing him as a fighter.
Single-Player AI – R2R Revolution can be played multi-player or single-player. In single player mode, AI allows for more strategy-oriented fighting experience and adds to replay value
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I found this video game to be quite a work out. I haven’t played it a lot, it’s not exactly the game I thought it would be. I was hoping that I would be able to create a female boxer. I’m sure if I had read the description better I would have found that out in the beginning. Looking at it from the standpoint of the Wii’s graphics sucks, Atari did an excellent job making their characters. The characters look like boxing figures and they made great use of the Wii controller, it feels like just the slightest difference is a different hit. It also has no response difficulty like some of the other Wii games I have played. The tutorial teaches you how to use the remote and make different kinds of punches; while at the same time, you can exit the tutorial at any point. I hate games that make me do the tutorial. I did get a huge kick out of how the characters looked after being hit. Ka pow!
I also found it fun and humorous to play. Thank You atari. You are welcome on my blog at any time.