Even though Microsoft appears to have given up on Kinect as a serious gaming platform, the motion device still has some tricks up its sleeve. Programmer Paul DeCarlo found a way to play Mike Tyson's Punch-Out by waving his fists around, and it seems to work pretty darn well!
For some reason, high-level gamers like to take on Mike Tyson's Punch-Out blindfolded. Folks have gotten awfully close to beating everyone including Mike Tyson without their eyes. But this latest attempt looks the first one to actually do it.
Lots of Kickstarter video game projects come over the transom here every day, a lot of them wishful thinking. So it's rare to see one that is both a great idea and eminently attainable, but that's my gut feeling about a coffee table book celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!
Kinect Sports Boxing, everyone asked if that was like Punch-Out!! on Kinect. Fighters Uncaged, same thing. How about we just go ahead and play Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! with a Kinect? This guy does.
Fighting in hockey is awesome. It's more than tolerated - the NHL has no problem with fighting on the ice, nor in the video games it licenses. Know what makes a hockey fight more awesome? Punch-Out!! music.
Last night, Manny Pacquiao solidified his claim as the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world, dominating Antonio Margarito for his eighth title. One year ago to the day, Fox Sports told the unknown story of how far he's really come.
Apparently a lot of you are sick of playing video games set in the city in which I live.
I'm not sure why I chortled at this. Maybe it's because I know that lightning-flash punch is coming. Maybe it's because anything is funnier with a censored bleep in it.
Is there some special video game issue of The Onion currently in print? Because not only did the humor publication skewer game violence this week, it also poked at Super Mario Bros. and, now, Punch-Out!!.