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Alternative Names

Victorious Boxers: Challenge

Hajime no Ippo Revolution


Cavia Inc.



Release Dates

10/23/07 Xseed Games
06/21/07 AQ Interactive
04/11/08 Ubisoft

Community Stats

Owners: 12
Favorite: 0
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 0
Now Playing: 0

Victorious Boxers: Revolution - Summary

Ippo Makunouchi is an unassuming high school student in Japan that is regularly picked on by bullies. One day while being beaten up by the local bullies, he's saved by a passerby, Mamoru Takamura. Ippo is amazed by Mr. Takamura's swiftness and grace as he dispatched the juvenile delinquents without even laying a finger on them, and his curiosity grows as he learns that Mr. Takamura is a member of the local boxing gym.

As Ippo visits Mr. Takamura's gym, he instantly falls in love with the sport of boxing and tries to join, only to be told by Mr. Takamura that he must first pass a test; to catch 10 falling leaves after he kicks a tree using only his left jab. Without knowing the secret of a good jab of punching loosely and only exerting strength at the end of the motion this was indeed a tough challenge, but Ippo's determination carried through and he became the newest member of the proud Kamogawa Boxing Gym.

As a rookie boxer the challenges facing Ippo are daunting, but if he continues to give it his all and move his way up the boxing ranks, he may finally get the answer to his question, "What does it mean to be strong?"

  • Realistic one-on-one boxing experience, the first of its kind on the Wii.
  • Massive Story Mode with loads of in-game cut-scenes, voiced dialogue and plenty of unlockable content including special abilities, stages and boxers, with three difficulty settings to choose from.
  • Sparring Mode with a variety of adjustable settings such as number of rounds and knockdown limits.
  • 25 playable characters to choose from, each with their own unique special moves such as the Gazelle Punch, Shotgun and Flicker Jab, and ability to adjust their speed, power and strength parameters.
  • Three different types of controle modes:
    • Swing Mode allows the player to punch and maneuver using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk as if they are wearing boxing gloves.
    • Pointer Mode allows the player to point and place a cursor on their target on screen and execute the moves with a smaller movement of the Wii Remote
    • Classic Controller Mode
  • A variety of stages and venues to choose from, including: Sydney City Arena, Las Vegas Palace, and Korakuen Hall

*Xseed Games

Sales History

Total Sales
1 26,060 n/a n/a 26,060
2 9,800 n/a n/a 9,800
3 4,828 n/a n/a 4,828
4 2,924 n/a n/a 2,924
5 2,181 n/a n/a 2,181
6 1,730 n/a n/a 1,730
7 1,329 n/a n/a 1,329
8 1,052 n/a n/a 1,052
9 932 n/a n/a 932
10 606 n/a n/a 606

Opinion (2)

spurgeonryan posted 12/06/2009, 03:45
Well there's two boxing games other than punch out that sold well!
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SaviorX posted 04/04/2009, 02:46
If you see how well X-Seed's other games sell,you'd know that this was successful for them.
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