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The Fight Night Round 4 early demo access granted to Gamestop/EBGames pre-orders is now upon us. Sometime today, May 14th, both Playstation Network and Xbox Live will have access to the early demo release for those with pre-order redeem codes to show for it. The demo will depict Manny Pacquiao and Ricky Hatton going at it and will also have a tutorial mode and a display of every boxer on the final game roster. Some users living on Australia and other parts of the world other than USA already have played the demo and have made several videos displaying how it looks like:
The following displays some details on how the much-awaited Legacy Mode will work. A Calendar is displayed along with customization for boxer gloves/trunks and even some hints of the Online World Championship modes:
If you pre-ordered the game, stay tuned to our Twitter account at http://www.twitter.com/fightnightnews for announcements on when the demo is officially out. For everyone else, demo will be available on May 28th by way of XBL and PSN.
Another installment on the Fight Night Nation podcast series is out this time with a full house. PRGUY, Poetic, Intoc and Warp host and talk about all gameplay videos, previews, roster announcements out this week for the game as well as some boxing matches commentary including Pacquiao/Hatton and Froch/Taylor.
Yesterday, the Fight Night community had a media blowout with different sites posting more than 10 videos of pure gameplay and walkthroughs with producers. Here are all the videos for your enjoyment compiled on one post so you don’t have to go out searching for them all:
Ali vs Tyson Producer Walkthrough (Gametrailers):
Cotto vs Chavez 4 Rounds of Gameplay (Gametrailers):
Customization and Realism Trailer (IGN):
Foreman vs Frazier Gameplay (IGN):
Ali vs Tyson Gameplay (Gamespy):
And that’s all of them for now. You can clearly see that the game is looking extremely fluid and the speed is perfect, contrary to the complains and worries of past videos. Also, the Instant Replay feature looks to allow you to watch an entire fight or, at the very least, an entire round again. We will be talking more about this soon on the Podcast so stay tuned.