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Sinclair User (Feb, 1986)
Barry McGuigan World Championship Boxing scores as the best boxing game on the market. For realism, it knocks the others for six. It is more complex than Frank Bruno's Boxing and Rocco. Bruno has to win only eight bouts, while Gremlin's Rocco has just three opponents.
Popular Computing Weekly (Feb 06, 1986)
This is far more involved than previous boxing games because it contains more and hasn't sacrificed animation.
Your Sinclair (Feb, 1986)
My only minor criticism is the lack of manoeuvrability - the boxers scuttle crabwise about the ring. And where's the skipping rope in the training camp? No wonder these boys aren't so light on their feet! All in all a top-ten contender in the software boxing championships.
Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Jun, 1989)
An excellent boxing game which provides plenty of thrills and spills. Excellent graphics and gameplay.
Crash! (May, 1989)
[Budget re-release] Sad to say that I didn't greatly enjoy playing this. In the ring the boxers are limited to a few fairly ineffectual moves, whilst each time I attempted to create a new fighter the outcome of a bout was always the same – the other guy wiped the floor with me. For bored boxing fanatics only.