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    George Foreman's KO Boxing

    Game » consists of 10 releases. Released Dec 27, 1991

    In the 1990s George Foreman's comeback quest for the Heavyweight Championship Title made him a favorite among boxing fans. His popularity would result in a decent Mike Tyson's Punch Out type of game.

    Short summary describing this game.

    George Foreman's KO Boxing last edited by Mento on 09/06/21 01:29PM View full history


    George Foreman's KO Boxing is a boxing game from Beam Software. It was released on the SNES and Genesis, and also saw downgraded versions for the NES, Master System and Game Gear. It features George Foreman, former heavyweight champion, and a bunch of other boxers in a game that uses the behind-the-back approach of Nintendo's Punch-Out!!.

    Game Boy Version

    The Game Boy version of George Foreman's KO Boxing was developed by Beam Software and published by Acclaim in September of 1992. The Game Boy version of the game supports a password save system for saving progress. This version of the game plays much like Punch Out, with there being the options of blocking, moving left or right, and throwing right or left punches.

    Game Gear Version

    The Game Gear version is actually a rebranded version of the Japanese game Heavyweight Champ, by Sims, Co. and published there by Sega.


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