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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:13pm 06/08/09 | 3 Comments
If you're old enough (or old-school inquisitive enough), you've no doubt at least heard of the original Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! for NES, and if you were one of the people who played it, chances are you loved it.

It was a great 8-bit spin on boxing that really nailed a specific style of play. Thankfully in this Wii update, replete with a full transition to 3D, none of that play style has been changed. On top of that you'll still find a host of crazy characters along with excellent presentation and a multiplayer portion, to boot.

Check out today's review right here.

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Posted 03:28pm 06/8/09
Dear Lord, please give me the cheat codes to Mike Tyson's Punch Out. I have been stuck on Bald Bull for four years. I tried left, left, up, B, dodge, Uppercut, but he still knocks me out. And you know, they said you're suppose to go right, B, up, dodge, left, Uppercut... (chuckles).. listen to me tell you how to play the game.
Posted 05:46pm 06/8/09
LOL I think I've been stuck on this guy ever since I bought the game from a mate in 1995!
Posted 09:44pm 06/8/09
Hasn't punch-out been out for a while? Or are you saying something has changed with the new wii update? I've had punch-out for a few months now.......
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