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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:31pm 29/05/08 | 1 Comments
This week saw the official Australian pre-release event for 2K Sports' Don King Presents: Prizefighter, 2K's answer to EA's ever-successful Fight Night series. In attendence (among all the gaming press) was 2K Sports Executive Producer Matthew Seymour, and Aussie boxer, Vic Darchinyan, who is the only Australian to grace the Prizefighter roster.

So how does it fare? Well, it's probably one of the prettiest sports titles around and it seems to handle itself in the ring compentently as well (it is being developed by Venom, who were responsible for the Rocky games). So jump on into our preview of the game and make sure you check out all our videos, screenshots and game info on the AusGamers Don King Presents: Prizefighter game page.



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Fnukle
Posted 05:49pm 29/5/08
Whos the guy doing the interview?
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