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Re: Fight Night Champion
« on: October 29, 2012, 11:12:36 am »
This game stays true to real-life problems with fighters, namely aging. FNC is just the same way in that as your stimulated fighter continues to fight and age, reaction and recovery time starts to diminish. I was dominating the Heavyweight Class, but the last 5 fights have proved to be very challenging because my fighter is now 35 years old. Every punch I throw drastically reduces my speed and stamina. I'm getting cut easier in the ring and getting knocked down with ease. My latest fight was by far the hardest and he pushed me to the 11th round before I managed to knock him out. But I took some major damage. I'm pretty certain that my fighter will lose all 3 Championship Belts in the next two fights....if I can even get that far. So sloooooooooooow........

My fighter's current record is 53-1. My only loss came way back in the 3rd Professional fight when I didn't know how to operate the controls yet. Plus, I was gassing myself out early in the fight. I thought I'd be able to notch 60 wins, but I don't see that happening with current fighter aging. Up next, taking on Mike Tyson again for the 5th time.
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