Fight Night Round 4

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Games & Content' started by jaxxster, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. jaxxster
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    jaxxster The Heretic

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    So its finally been released! Cant wait to play it! Just waiting for it to finish burning.
     
  2. cardyology

    cardyology GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I played the demo & compared to FN3 I dont like it. They've made it harder to kick ass.
     
  3. 754boy

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    I blame the analog controls on that [​IMG]
     
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    yeah im not really liking the controls either.
     
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    Too much emphasis on ducking & weaving, not enough emphasis on twatting your oppenent square in the jaw.
     
  6. p1ngpong

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    I prefer the new way you play. I loved FNR3, but I hated the parry system and the flash KO's. Especially online you would get people who would just parry and flash KO non stop. And the analogue controls are what make the game great, and stop it from being a mindless button basher.
     
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    Seriously, what's the difference between button mashing and analog stick pushing?? Either way you are doing something very fast so why not give me a choice lol.
     
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    You get far more control with the sticks and its more realistic. Once I got used to and mastered analogue stick controls, I couldnt go back to using the buttons in FNR3.