FaceBreaker K.O. Party brings the magic of social play right into your living room! Built exclusively with Wii™ consumers in mind, K.O. Party offers several unique modes, eye-popping stylized graphics and intuitive gestures that let you pick-up-and-punch! Put your onions on the line by calling out the most disrespectful fighters around, and see if you have what it takes to dominate the most hazardous boxing video game since … never. Let FaceBreaker K.O. Party help you to rediscover the joy of ass-kicking.
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Pick up and Punch— A hyper-intuitive, gesture based control scheme developed with 1:1 responsiveness and approachability in mind. Grab the Wiimote and Nunchuck and feel the deep satisfaction of stringing together mug shots, body blows, and bone crushing Breakers. Dodge and Parry your opponents attacks and then unload on them with the Grand Daddy of them all….The FaceBreaker!
Punch-O-Matic—Punch the bag as hard as you can to trigger the craziest punch party machine on the planet! Expect the unexpected in this multiplayer extravaganza where there are Power-ups a plenty, deadly stalking robots, and everything in between. No K.O. Party is complete without the awesomeness of the Punch-O-Matic!
T.K.O.— The Ultimate team boxing battle. Draft 3 Champions to make up your team and battle in out with up to four-player team action. If your boxer is lucky enough to avoid being knocked out be careful because damage is carried over from bout to bout. Choose your Champions and Opponents wisely or you may end up being the first player to get T.K.O.'d!
Brawl for It All—Throw your hat in the ring for the most extremely extreme boxing tournament of all time! Put your skills to the test in this single player experience where you battle past every character in the game, earning belts, characters, costumes, and ultimate glory – along the way. It ain't called Brawl for it All for nuthin'.
Mess up yo' Face—After you beat your opponent to the mat add the ultimate humiliation by using your Wii Remote to brand your victory all over your opponents broken face.
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FaceBreaker KO Party is rated
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Rated 2 out of
Okay-sortaGot the game because of gift card and was looking forward to playing when it came in from GameStop. Got ready to play and Arcade mode froze on me. I thought the battery was low so i put NEW ones in and did the same. I went to my local GameStop to exchange and came home got ready to play (again) and sure enough another dud. Going to exchange for a totally different game. Wont ever try it again. Looked good wanted to play so bad but now they'd have to send me a toally unopened game to make good for me to consider. I cant really blame GameStop I blame the makers because this thing happens often.
Date published: 2012-06-07
Rated 4 out of
unrealistic but a great game!i LOOOVVVEEE this game!!! like to the max i love this game you can really get into it! the movements required is NOTHING at all like REAL boxing but it deffinately works your arms if you need some exercise! i love that you can choose different players although you cannot customize your player but you can have seperate gamer accounts. over all id reccomend this game to anyone who just likes getting into their games.
Date published: 2012-03-16
Rated 4 out of
This Game is FunMy friend got me this game for Christmas and it was fun but kinda hard. I dont play it anymore since i got xbox but wii is still fun.
Date published: 2012-02-23
Rated 3 out of
so-soThis game is pretty similar to "ready to rumble" that's on sega dreamcast. I'm really disappointed that the fact that you can't create your own character in this game. I guess that feature is only on Xbox 360 and PS3. Other than that, it's a pretty good "cartoonish" boxing game. Combos takes time to connect and so is counter attacks. Don't repeat the same "high punches" or "low punches" because it will be easily countered. Trying to get champion ship belts/new characters/new arenas isn't as easy as it seems because it just gets harder and harder. It doesn't show that you can change difficulty at all, so I guess that this game wants to make things challenging. Before you buy the game, just rent the game first. This game doesn't really interest me as much, but it is four players, which is a plus.