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Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions Arrives on September 3 - Gameplay Trailer

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Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions

Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions Arrives on September 3 - Gameplay Trailer

Survios has released a new gameplay trailer for Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions, which is scheduled to arrive on September 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam. Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions will feature 20 fighters from the Creed and Rocky universe, from a variety of locations.

Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions features intuitive, pick-up-and-play controls and robust hard-hitting boxing mechanics which are easy to learn and hard to master, providing everyone a fighting chance at being crowned the ultimate winner.

Here are some of the features.

  • Intuitive, pick-up-and-play controls meet robust boxing mechanics to empower you to fight opponents in arcade-style settings with moves that are easy to pick up but tough to perfect. Win each match to play your way through the legendary tales of 20 distinct characters and to unlock new characters and outfits.
  • Fight as Adonis Creed, Rocky Balboa, and a complete roster of legends from the Creed and Rocky franchise, including Apollo Creed, Ivan & Viktor Drago, and Clubber Lang. Live out classic Creed and Rocky training moments in thematic mini games.
  • 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.

Players will also have the chance to practice sparring moves in classic Creed and Rocky training montages and take on world-class opponents across a variety of thrilling locations, as they follow each character’s individual story.

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  1. YES....had to. HUGE rocky franchise fan. have all of the previous rocky games too (rocky and rocky legends). here is my review: it's arcadey for sure, but it's not trying to be a simulation by any means. the gameplay is great. reminiscent of ready to rumble. no create-a-fighter bummed me out though. there is strategy involved even though it's an arcade game and some competitive matches are to be had in this game. even on rookie setting. the venues (no new york arena) aren't true to all of the movies, but good enough though. no spider rico or mason dixon. rocky does have the rocky balboa movie trunks too, so dixon was a curious omission. even with the video game simulation in rocky balboa movie too. would've been a nice touch to have him in. the rocky songs are IN. eye of the tiger, rocky's theme, etc. no music from IV or any other themes. leans heavily on creed music, but that's to be expected, i guess. also, no apollo trunks for rocky too, which is very weird and also no red/white trim apollo rocky II trunks for apollo. rocky is missing his black/gold trim trunks as well. other than my nitpicks, it's a very enjoyable arcade boxing game and it really needs online gameplay.
    sheredia
    YES....had to.* HUGE rocky franchise fan. have all of the previous rocky games too (rocky and rocky legends).* here is my mini-review: it'arcadey for sure, but it's not trying to be simulation by any means. the gameplay is great. reminiscent of ready to rumble. no create-a-fighter bummed me out though. there is strategy involved even though it's an arcade game and some competitive matches are to be had in this game. even on rookie setting.* the venues (no new york arena) aren't true to all of the movies, but good enough though. no spider rico or mason dixon. rocky does have the rocky balboa movie trunks too, so dixon was a curious omission. even with the video game simulation in rocky balboa too. would've been a nice touch to have him. the rocky songs are IN. eye of the tiger, rocky's theme, etc. no music from IV or* any other themes. leans heavliy on creed music, but that's to be expected, i guess. also, no apollo trunks for rocky too, which is very weird and also no red apollo rocky II trunks for apollo. rocky is missing his black/gold trim trunks as well. other than my nitpicks, it's a very enjoyable arcade boxing game and it really needs online gameplay.

    thanks for that - I just can't stand that the fighter on the left is orthodox and on the right southpaw - huge bummer for me. R2R was arcade but had decent boxing elements like the way you'd sway and throw hooks - anyway maybe on a discount IF it comes well in advance of ESBC - otherwise I can't pay full price especially when I'm not looking for a new game right now anyway.
    allbthere.....yeah, forgot about that part. if they would've kept it R2R and just slapped the rocky/creed license on to it, that would have been fine with me. with no online play, limited game modes and no create-a-fighter, it's probably worth about $20-$30 dollars, similar to rbi baseball. and the story modes are a bit of a reach too....lol.

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