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Lace up your boots and grab your gloves, Real BoxingTM punches its way to PC!

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Lace up your boots and grab your gloves, Real BoxingTM punches its way to PC!

Real Boxing™ brings you the most exhilarating, no holds barred boxing experience ever seen. Featuring ultra-realistic motion capture from real boxers, with amazing graphics built using the powerful Unreal Engine, you’ll be sure to feel every hook, jab, and uppercut. Train your fully customizable boxer and seek glory in career mode, or duke it out with other players in a deep and satisfying local and online multiplayer modes. Whether on a keyboard, or using a controller, Real Boxing plays just as great as it looks, delivering the ultimate boxing experience. Download Real Boxing Today!


  • INCREDIBLY DEEP GAMEPLAY

    Compete in a comprehensive career mode with three belt titles to conquer, Battle over 20 opponents, each with their own unique and adaptive fighting style. Then train your boxer using skipping rope, heavy bag and speed bag mini-games to bring your fighter up to scratch and learn new perks to boost your boxer’s abilities. Combined with a huge variety of customisation options, becoming your own boxer has never been easier.

  • REAL-TIME MULTIPLAYER THRILLS

    Take your skills to the next level and enjoy hundreds of hours more gameplay in the feature-packed online multiplayer, or duke it out with your friends locally, on a single-screen, in your own prizefight. Bet virtual currency on your fights and climb the Steam Leaderboards to rise in the rankings and truly become the world champion.

  • PACKED WITH EXTRA FEATURES & CUSTOMISATION

    Unlock new equipment, extra opponents and customized clothing, as you progress in the boxing world. Tailor your fighter’s appearance to your liking, including hairstyle, skin color, tattoos and gear. Fight across four distinctive arenas: Las Vegas, Moscow’s Red Square, Rome Colosseum, and New York.

  • IMPRESSIVE 3D GRAPHICS AND SOUND

    Real Boxing harnesses the immense power of the Unreal Engine to bring you a great looking and sounding, and create astonishing levels of atmosphere and realism. See and hear the crowd go crazy as you outbox your opponent. Watch sweat and blood fly with every punch and see your opponent’s face take injuries - then relish the slow-motion replay of your greatest KO’s.

  • STEAM EXCLUSIVE CONTENT

    Play and earn Steam Achievements and Ring Girl Steam Trading Cards for your hard work on the ring. Unlock Steam exclusive gear for your boxers and fight your opponents in style.


Key Features:

  • 30 fights with more than 20 opponents in arenas around the world

  • Variety of difficulty levels and adaptive AI to keep you on your toes

  • Detailed character customisation, with tons of extra unlockables

  • Local and online multiplayer for hundreds of hours of extra play

  • Stunning Unreal Engine-powered visuals

  • Keyboard and controller support

  • Steam Leaderboard, Achievement and Trading Card support

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Publisher:
Vivid Games
Developer:
Vivid Games
Genres:
Sports
Source:
Vivid Games
Released:
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Modes:
Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: AMD Athlon 64 Processor 3800+ 2.4Ghz / Intel Core2Duo 2.0Ghz Processor
  • Memory: 3GB
  • Graphics: NVIDIA 9800GT 512MB / ATI Radeon HD 4850 512MB
  • DirectX Version: 9.0
  • Disk Space: 2GB
  • Sound Card: 100% DirectX 9.0C compliant sound card or onboard sound
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Reviews for Real Boxing

75
Simple But Satisfying

Real Boxing is a game that was first released as a mobile game, but here's how Real Boxing works. You go through a Career. The length of it isn't too long, it's short but it is fun. There is the Quick Fight, which is an obvious feature in the game. There is the Multiplayer part and as far as I know, it works alright. I haven't tried it though. You'll just need some active players to play. You will notice the fighting system it has gets repetitive after a while you will play about how to defeat some opponents. It's not like the Fight Night Round series where it has a bigger set of moves to defeat your opponent. Every game can be different. You can customize your character with a couple of stuff they have, like different gloves or shorts or add various facial hair. You can upgrade your character's stats also, using money you earn from fights. Last, but not least, a noteworthy feature is the "Gym". You train, and you gain stats up. Would I recommend it? Maybe. And I say maybe, because it is good but if the length of the game was longer, or if it had something more to add to it's fighting system, the replay value would be better. If you ignore that, then the rest of the game is good.

72
Limited, simplistic and I love it

I am not a fan of fighting games - much less boxing. But when the game I bought a bundle for ended up being disappointing, I tried this game out and then found myself finishing it with glee. The game is pretty simple by fighting game standards. Punch the opponent with a variety of methods and try not to be hit. Where the game does fall apart is that it is pathetically easy. Even on the hardest difficulty, I didn't lose a single match. There is a multiplayer mode, however. If you are looking for an accessible boxing game, you won't go wrong with this.

70
Not for cowards

Very good game, we can make strategies and tactics, the only bad thing about it is that is all too common what is going on in Real Boxing. You're winning the adversary disconnect, so if they start winning stay connected sometimes and very happy because they are winning, but we turned the match and began to win and bum disconnect. A cowardly practice because I think you need to have honor in combat and know how to lose. and that prevents us mark our progress in the rankings.

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