Wii Facebreaker K.O. Party £3-97 @ Tesco Entertainment
Wii Facebreaker K.O. Party £3-97 @ Tesco Entertainment

Wii Facebreaker K.O. Party £3-97 @ Tesco Entertainment

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The professional world of boxing is given a wake up call in this arcade boxing title from EA.

EA is well known for its realistic, in-depth sports titles, but under the guise EA Freestyle the developer has created a cartoon-style arcade fighter that opens the door for those looking for a casual fighter, but still provides a stiff challenge. Its style is fast-paced and colourful, but hits and punches are far more gruesome, with players flying through the air and hitting the canvas with bone crunching thuds. An opponents face can literary be reshaped with a well-timed punch, and players can watch it all slow motion.

The wacky collection of fighters on offer more than fit the bill, including the heartthrob Romero, hardman Ice, and Steve, an overweight Ninja boxer. Each ring matches the cartoon feel, taking place in wildly different environments such as car parks and pirate docks. Players are given responsive and simple controls using the Wii Remote and nunchuk attachment, letting players dodge shots and lunge into hits themselves.

FaceBreaker KO Party is a refreshing twist on the professional boxing game, giving players a chance at enjoying a fast-paced and challenging arcade fighter.


FaceBreakerGo from a couple of quick punches to unleashing the ultimate combos ground, bone, sky and face breakers and enjoy the satisfaction of deforming your opponents face.
Pick up and Punch The core fighting mechanic was developed with three keys in mind; responsive, approachable and layered. Grab the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to string together haymakers, face shots and body blows. Dodge and parry until you find the right moment to drop a breaker to make your presence known.
Mess your FaceAfter you beat your opponent to the mat add the ultimate humiliation by using your Wii Remote and brand your victory all over your opponents broken face.
Punch-O-MaticPull the lever on the craziest boxing match machine you have ever seen. From random power ups dropping into the ring to various handicaps and strengths given to each boxer. Unpredictable is the name of this game.
12 New Friends to Call Your Own If you are struggling to find friends in the real world, and even if you're not, 12 outlandish characters await for you to play with and against each with unique attributes and character-specific special attacks.
Brawl for it All The ultimate extreme boxing tournament. Prove your skills and work you're way past every character in the game, earning belts along the way.
T.K.O.The ultimate team boxing battle. Choose three fighters to make up your team and take on the teams of up to four other players. Choose who you want to go toe to toe with but beware that damage incurred is carried over to your next bout. Choose wisely or you may find yourself starting your next match with barely any health remaining.


Original Poster

May not be the best game but can't go wrong for £3-97 delivered.

Don't forget Quidco.

Original Poster

Thanks to whoever put the picture up.

nice 1 cheers!!

thanks OP, might be good for my kids....

they have just cancelled my £25 copy of battlefield bad company 2 xbox 360!

just as well i had 5 copies preordered with amazon for £23.30

The game is terrible, you'd be better off finding a cheap version of Punch Out (which is awesome)

sounds like fun for under £4

No longer available.

I ordered super smash bros @ £9 on monday from tesco entertainment.. which was then just "cancelled" the following morning, I asked why and was told their "database crashed" and I should re-order

Naturally the price had changed to £19.99 by then

I'm a software developer btw.... and will never order from tesco entertainment again.
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