Advertising BlurbsBack of Case - Playstation 2 (U.S.):
"HOW MUCH CAN YOU KNOW ABOUT YOURSELF IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN IN A FIGHT?"In the gritty underground world of Fight Club, the fight isn't over until someone taps out or is beaten. Find out who you are as you play one of fourteen characters from the groundbreaking film. If you don't reclaim your humanity, you become just another statistic.
RULE #8: IF THIS IS YOUR FIRST NIGHT IN FIGHT CLUB, YOU HAVE TO FIGHTREAL-TIME BODY DAMAGE THAT AFFECTS GAMEPLAY
CHARACTERS and SETTINGS FROM the FIGHT CLUB FILM
USE ENVIRONMENTS TO THRASH YOUR OPPONENT
Contributed by Big John WV (25293) on Apr 26, 2009.
David Finch's film of Chuck Palahniuk's dystopian novel Fight Club tackles a variety of themes; identity, society, global politics, consumerism... Oh, and it also has lots of really hardcore bare-knuckle fighting in it, which forms the basis of the latest addition to the Fight Club canon - a brutal beat 'em up from Genuine Games.
Now (providing you promise not to talk about it), you too can join the infamous 'underground boxing club' and pummel a variety of familiar faces from the film, including Robert 'Bob' Paulson, the lamb-chopped manager of Lou's place and, if you're feeling lucky, Tyler Durden.
Of course, their faces might not be quite so familiar once you're through with them, thanks to the game's impressive real-time facial deformation system. The savagery of bare-knuckle fighting is rammed home in a number of other ways too, with camera zoom-ins and x-ray visual effects showing each fracture at the point of impact.
The wince-inducing scrapping takes place in a number of the film's dark, gritty environments with dramatic night / day and weather effects adding to the brooding atmosphere.
As in the film, Fight Club has a tendency to spread, virus-like, from city to city and, thanks to the inclusion of Net Play, you can take on members of Fight Club chapters anywhere else in the world.
Features characters, locations and storyline elements from the film
Contributed by DreinIX (9425) on Apr 03, 2008.
LOS ANGELES, CA - November 16, 2004 – Vivendi Universal Games announced today that Fight Club has shipped to retail nationwide. This no-holds-barred realistic fighting game is ready to rock players on the Xbox® video game system from Microsoft and PlayStation®2.
Fight Club the game portrays the brutality of street fighting in fully interactive environments, combining the artistic style, settings, storyline and characters from the film with an extremely realistic fighting system and jaw-dropping special effects. Players will immerse themselves in the gritty world of fighting through three different fighting styles, utilizing intuitive controls set to create a challenging and unique experience for all fighting fans. Online gameplay via Xbox Live and PlayStation 2 will offer players a variety of gaming experiences including arcade mode, downloadable content and worldwide rankings.
Fight Club has been rated “M” for mature by the ESRB and carries a suggested retail price of $49.99. More information on the game can be found at www.fightclubgame.com.
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About Vivendi Universal Games
Headquartered in Los Angeles, VU Games is a leading global developer, publisher and distributor of multi-platform interactive entertainment. Its development studios and publishing labels include Blizzard Entertainment, Sierra Entertainment, and Massive Entertainment. VU Games’ library of over 700 titles features properties such as Warcraft®, StarCraft®, Diablo® and World of Warcraft® from Blizzard Entertainment®; Crash Bandicoot®, Spyro The Dragon’, Empire Earth®, Leisure Suit Larry’, Ground Control® and Tribes®.
Contributed by Xoleras (66310) on Oct 30, 2005.
In the gritty underground world of Fight Club, the fight isn’t over until someone taps out or is beaten. If you don’t reclaim your humanity, you become just another statistic ...
Contributed by Sciere (227670) on Jan 30, 2005.
In the underground world of Fight Club’, the fight isn't over until someone goes limp, taps out, or is beaten. Immerse yourself in this gritty, visceral world of bare-knuckle fighting, with action, story elements and environments true to the Fight Club’ movie. The extreme realism of the game will make you feel every punch and kick by delivering shocking visuals, untraditional moves, and special effects in fully interactive environments.
Contributed by Sciere (227670) on Jan 20, 2005.