Last year, Mike Tyson played the old-school boxing game named after him, purportedly for the first time. He beat Glass Joe in that effort. This time, he's facing a lot somebody tougher: himself.
Mike Tyson never beating Glass Joe is one thing. He's the first opponent in the boxer's titular Punch-Out!!, so this means Iron Mike played the game once or twice, gave up, and went back to tending pigeons in his spare time. But not being able to defeat King Hippo is a different brand of shame.
Glass Joe is the first character you face in Punch-Out. He is, without a doubt, the easiest opponent. Anyone can beat him. But can Mike Tyson?
Former heavyweight champion, Hangover co-star Mike Tyson will be in the WWE '13 video game, his first official wrestling video game appearance, if not his first gaming appearance. (He's been in a batch of boxing games).
In 1987, Mike Tyson starred in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, a Nintendo boxing game that featured over-the-shoulder pugilism. Now, in 2011, Mike Tyson stars in Mike Tyson - Main Event, a boxing game that features over-the-shoulder pugilism. Only now, there's no Nintendo.
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Let's say you have no money. What would you do? Get a job maybe, right? One individual in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan hatched a different plan.
It doesn't matter if you're Bowser, Mother Brain, Dr. Eggman, Hitler, or Mike Tyson, the motivational speech is always the same, and it always gets you absolutely nowhere, as this CollegeHumor clip readily demonstrates.
If you are Mike Tyson, the former baddest man on the planet, and you are appearing on WWE's Monday Night Raw, make sure that the boxing video game running behind you doesn't show Muhammad Ali thrashing you.
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.
Just weeks before the release of Punch-Out!! for the Wii comes the unofficial release of the original NES game's Nintendo-aborted sequel, Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch. It's Punch-Out!! plus aliens, minus quality.
Fight Night is back! And so is Mike Tyson! The ear-chewing ex-convict who hasn't made a video game appearance since Codemasters largely reviled Mike Tyson Heavyweight Boxing will be featured in Fight Night Round 4, now in development at EA Canada. Said to sport a "re-written gameplay engine" and "all-new physics-based…