Do you have what it takes to be a champion?
Seriously…. do you?
Fight as Adonis Creed, Rocky Balboa, and a complete roster of legends from the Creed and Rocky franchise, including Apollo Creed, Ivan and Viktor Drago, and Clubber Lang in the all-new Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions video game, available September 3 on Xbox, Playstation, Switch, and Steam.
How cool is that? Play as your favorite character(s) from the Rocky and Creed films, or as one of the games internal characters should you choose to do so.
The second collaboration between the Survios and MGM Studios follows the critical success of Creed: Rise to Glory, featuring legendary characters from MGM’s classic Creed and Rocky film franchises.
Live out classic Creed and Rocky training moments in thematic mini games.
Grab your controller and learn a variety of robust boxing moves that empower you to fight opponents in arcade-style matches. Unlock new characters and outfits as you go and perfect showing off your skills with dynamic finishers.
Follow the entertaining journey of each character as they challenge familiar and unexpected opponents. Win each match to play your way through unique stories of 20 distinct characters.
Choose your character and venue and get ready to duke it out in high-stakes matches against friends and family in local player-versus-player mode.
I personally am not much of a gamer, but I absolutely loved playing Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions. I had so much fun that I even got my kids in on the action.
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Sounds/music from the films bring back memories of Rocky preparing for his ultimate test.
The controls are easy to use, graphics are bright and colorful, and overall play is truly entertaining. I’m used to the days of your character (player) dying/losing life with a few hits from the opponents, bringing your game play to a halt. Not the case with Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions. Player longevity is a key factor. The game doesn’t end right away, giving your player a chance to get back into the fight.
The only drawback that I have at this point in gameplay was the training exercises that appear throughout the game. They seemed rushed and forced, mere seconds for each activity.
Aside from the minor complaint about training, I really didn’t find too many faults in the game thus far. The combos offered in attack mode are easy to navigate, gameplay is self-explanatory and the bouts are fairly competitive, making the matchups that much more interesting.
Pick it up and play today.
Publisher: Survios/Koch Media
Release Date: September 3, 2021
Platforms: PS4, XB1, Switch, PC
Rating: ESRB: T, PEGI: 12
Genre: Sports, Fighting, Arcade
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