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The Fight 3D


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The first rule of Fight Club...

Product: The Fight 3D | Developer: 7Seas Entertainment | Publisher: 7Seas Entertainment | Format: Mobile | Players: 1 | Format: J2ME, Symbian | File size: 816kb | Reviewed on: K800i other handsets | Network: True | Version: Europe
 
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The Fight 3D initially looks like quite an ambitious game, but once you get past your first impressions you'll find that it's nothing special. It's fun on paper, but dull in practice.

It's let down by overly complex controls on a format that doesn't really lend itself to them. Because of this, combat is sluggish and disappointing.

You just can't get the flow that you'd expect from any fighting game worth its salt.

7Seas Entertainment should be commended for trying something so different on Java formats, and for creating a relatively attractive game in the process, but it just doesn't deliver on the entertainment front.
 
The Fight 3D
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Vaughn Highfield | 5 June 2013
7Seas's ambition clearly outstrips what a Java game is really capable of, and thus manages to spoil what could have been a rather enjoyable experience
 
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