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The Fight Night boxing series slugs its way onto PSP with many of the same features found in the console versions. While players can still choose from an assortment of licensed professionals before setting foot in the ring, the controls have changed to accommodate the handheld䀙s lack of a right analog stick. The left stick controls movement on the canvas, while each of the four face buttons initiates a specific punch with either the left or right arm. Fight Night: Round 3 includes a robust create boxer feature and a career mode that lets players improve their personalized pugilist䀙s skills over time.
Fans are free to recreate some of the sport䀙s greatest bouts with the included roster of legends from different eras and weight classes, whether it䀙s Ali versus Frasier, Leonard versus Hagler, or Gatti versus Ward. Unique to the PSP version is the ability to jump into fights already in progress to overcome various setbacks. By completing special challenges, such as winning a particular fight by a knockout, players can earn medals to unlock bonus features from the Fight Night store. Wireless support for both Infrastructure and Ad-hoc modes is included for head-to-head matches against boxers from around the world. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide