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Panza Kick Boxing

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License:  Commercial
Year:  1990
Hardware
A500 (OCS)
Number of disks
2
Harddrive Installable
Unknown
Language
English
Number of Players
2
Simultaneous Players
2
Game Developer's Credits
Publisher:  Loriciel
Developer:  Futura
Coder:  Nicolas Massonnat
Graphics:  Marco de Flores
Musician:  Michel Winogradoff
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Member's Reviews

Editor review

Panza Kick Boxing - the best fighting game ever?

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Probably the best fighting game for Amiga.



The game is like the name says, about kick boxing. Fights are between 2 opponents, you and a friend, or you against the computer.



The game view is "side view" as the camera is filming from one side of the ring. Players can go left or right, but the camera doesn't move.



The players energy is represented by four spot lights at the top of the screen. You start with them all lit, and during the fight they will start to go out one by one. The player who ends with no light looses.



The combat system is very complex. You use the joystick and can configure it from 55 possible movements. It could take same time doing this, but is very useful to fight the top opponents.



Many of the moves are quite similar, but:- some movements will make different damage in the other player- some movements will be faster to execute- some movements will reach a bigger distance.



The action is not fast or slow, it simulates very well a real fight speed. It gives you a little time to adjust defence and attack movements.



The game's graphics and animation movements are very good, but the sound could be better.If you like combat games, in my opinion this is the best combat game ever, on any platform.
Overall rating: 
 
8.5
Graphics:
 
9.0
Sound:
 
6.0
Gameplay:
 
10.0
Lifespan:
 
9.0
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sarek2k
16 January, 2008


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I also loved this game one of the best beat em up's ever on Amiga (i wouldnt quite go as far as the reviwer of this game) but it was dam'n good! So many combinations of moves (as reviewer states upto 55), i can't remeber that precisely but i know you could cram in a lot of combo moves which was ace in 2 player mode each week. My self and my m8's would have to customize our combo's so we'd have optimal suprise attacks ready for our duel at weekends, god those days where great happy days indeed and the first version we had and played for a long time was the french version and we figured it out even tho we couldnt speak a word of french smilies/smiley.gif


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