10 Oct, 2006

Fight Night Round 3 images enter the ring

PS3 News | A year late but who's counting?
EA has revealed the latest images of Fight Night Round 3 today for the PlayStation 3. The game won't just be a direct port of the Xbox 360 version though, it will also include a few new modes. It will also be possible to fight through the eyes of your boxer, which should be rather immersive.

The game is currently scheduled to be released alongside the PlayStation 3 at launch, which is November in America and March in Europe and Australia. When we reviewed Fight Night Round 3 for the Xbox 360 in March, we thoroughly enjoyed it, so we suggest you take a read. We'll have more information on Fight Night Round 3 as soon as it becomes available.

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7 years ago
i have this on ps2 and enjoy it. being able to see from the boxers eyes is great and this game makes me want to get a ps3.
7 years ago
I played the xbox360 one, for some reason I didnt like it (probably because I kept getting beaten at it) I didnt like the controls. Graphically similar to the xbox one.
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