World Championship Boxing Manager 2 Reviews
The game is good, but it has room for improvement, although if like me you are a boxing lover and you also like management games, this one can grant you a few hours of fun. Especially when the fights get more difficult and you have to be a little more careful with the strategy you choose.
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Boxing sim that improves on what its predecessor did
World Championship Boxing Manager 2 is a boxing management sim with mild RPG elements wrapped in a vibrant retro pixel art style. While it can get into a repetitive game loop at times, the developers have attempted to sprinkle in some items for the sake of replayability. Entertaining and easy to pick up, this title is worth checking out for those interested in straightforward management games.
On the surface, World Championship Boxing Manager 2 lets you get into the minutiae of managing fighters time, training and career. However, even the 32-bit pixel art can’t quell any shallow grind that’s persistent making it an unfulfilling, rewardless management sim.
On the surface, this looks like a decent sports/management simulation game and at first, I’d agree. For the first few hours I couldn’t put this down but as time went on it grew repetitive and more of a chore than a fun game. I’ve played a lot of games from this genre and sunk hours into similar games from Kairosoft but this one missed the mark and likely won’t make its way back into my gameplay rotation.