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The Fight (Move)

Please Note: Requires PlayStation Move
  • One-to-one motion control gives players complete control over their fighter
  • Take on a friend in multiplayer or push yourself to the limit in single player

    Sony's The Fight - Lights Out is a fictional boxing game with realistic controls. It is one of the first retail releases for PlayStation 3 to use the PlayStation Move motion control add-on system. Players throw jabs, uppercuts, and roundhouses by swinging their arms while holding PlayStation Move Navigation Controllers. Real-world movements are translated to in-game punches and grabs. With a theme reminiscent of the film Fight Club, the game's narrative has the player guiding a custom character through a series of underground, bare-knuckles boxing matches, in a dozen different venues. Boss fights and other special challenges present themselves along the way. Some opponents have styles and techniques that the player's character can gain by defeating them. With loose rules and no referees, players may need to throw a few dirty punches to stay in the fight - their competitors certainly will. For gamers with compatible televisions and viewing glasses, The Fight - Lights Out can be played with full stereoscopic "Blu-ray 3D" effects.

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Please Note: Requires PlayStation Move
  • One-to-one motion control gives players complete control over their fighter
  • Take on a friend in multiplayer or push yourself to the limit in single player

    Sony's The Fight - Lights Out is a fictional boxing game with realistic controls. It is one of the first retail releases for PlayStation 3 to use the PlayStation Move motion control add-on system. Players throw jabs, uppercuts, and roundhouses by swinging their arms while holding PlayStation Move Navigation Controllers. Real-world movements are translated to in-game punches and grabs. With a theme reminiscent of the film Fight Club, the game's narrative has the player guiding a custom character through a series of underground, bare-knuckles boxing matches, in a dozen different venues. Boss fights and other special challenges present themselves along the way. Some opponents have styles and techniques that the player's character can gain by defeating them. With loose rules and no referees, players may need to throw a few dirty punches to stay in the fight - their competitors certainly will. For gamers with compatible televisions and viewing glasses, The Fight - Lights Out can be played with full stereoscopic "Blu-ray 3D" effects.

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