Black & Bruised is a cartoonish take on boxing with 18 different boxers, each with their own personality and fighting style. There are five different modes including multi-player, exhibition and a story mode told with CG with each boxer's life story is played out in story mode. Each boxer has a different special attack and power-ups can be picked up to use in matches. There are 30 different facial expressions for each boxer reacting to punches and misses giving them a life-like appearance.
|Released||Jan 09, 2003|
|Average Price (USD)||Rarity||Popularity||$8.35||999||155|
|PlayStation 2 PS2 Street Fighter Black and Bruised Lot of 4 Games All Untested||Good||$61||2019-10-12||eBay|
|Black and Bruised PS2 PAL *Complete*||Very Good||$16.73||2019-10-01||eBay|
|???? Black and Bruised Playstation 2 PS2 Complete CIB||Good||$10.99||2019-09-26||eBay|
|Black & Bruised Replacement PS2 Cover and Case. NO GAME!||Brand New||$7.99||2019-10-04||eBay|
When Life Backs You Into
A Corner, Come Out Swingin'!
To these guys, boxing's no game. Ifs a matter
of survival. Nineteen outrageous characters
fight their way through grueling over-the-top
slugfests to win fame, fortune or res ect.
Play through their intertwining I ves
as they literally beat eac ther
Facial expressions, taunts
and loads OF personality
bring each boxer to life
Master 6 play
add strategy to
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Licensed for play on the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment systems with the NTSC WC designation only.
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SOFTWARE IS COMPATIBLE WITH PIAYSTATION 2 CONSOLES WITH THE NTSC U/C DESIGNATION. J.s. AND
FOREIGN PATENTS PENDING.
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