According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence
Parents, since Victorious Boxers is based on a Japanese anime cartoon, the characters obviously look less realistic and the violence a little less intense. The characters faces will become amusingly bruised throughout the course of the match, but there are no bloody cuts to be concerned about.
Boxing fans thirsty for a realistic boxing simulation, Victorious Boxers is a significant step in the right direction and should not be overlooked likely despite outward appearances. The game may lack a lot of bells and whistles like create-a-boxer mode or actual endorsements and licenses from real-life boxers, but it makes up for it in terms of pure gameplay and challenging boxing action.
Fans of 3D fighting games like Soul Calibur and Tekken will most likely find the sparse graphics and realistic fighting model of Victorious Boxers to be too subdued and lacking in terms of variety.
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