Fight Night Round 3 PSP Free Download

February 23, 2019
Free download PSP games Fight Nught Round 3 for PPSSPP, ISO/CSO, direct link, single link, works. Fight Night Round 3 is a boxing video game developed by Electronic Arts. It is the sequel to EA Sports' previous boxing title, Fight Night Round 2, which was released in 2005.

Games information:
Title: Fight Night Round 3
Release date: February 20, 2006
Series: Fight Night
Awards: BAFTA Games Award for Sports, GAMES 100 Best New Sports Game (Electronic)
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
Developers: Electronic Arts, NuFX, EA Vancouver, Team Fusion
Publishers: Electronic Arts, EA Sports

The interesting thing about the portable version of EA Sports Fight Night Round 3 is that it has a lot of features that the console version doesn't. This list of additional goodies isn't small either ranked boxer lists, cutman and trainer contracts, promoter box office takes, and detailed stat tracking are just a few of the bonuses that PSP players can enjoy that their console counterparts can't. In fact, at first glance, the smaller version of Fight Night Round 3 almost appears to be the best one of the bunch that is, until you actually start playing it.


Luckily for fight fans, it isn't all bad news since the game does manage to offer a couple of really cool features known as "Rival Challenges" that are definitely worth checking out. The "Repeat History" and "Change History" modes, for example, are much more interesting versions of the "ESPN Classic" bouts found on consoles and are pretty darned fun. In these recreations of classic rivalries (Ali vs. Frasier, Ward vs. Gatti, etc), you'll actually get something for doing well (performance medals) and won't have to play entire matches to do so. Instead, users will begin at a key point in the match and take over from there.

It's also nice to see that the PSP version of Fight Night Round 3 utilizes Round 2's better career navigation system and has more realistic prices for its equipment and attire during career mode. The aforementioned variety of trainers, cutmen, and other career-oriented variables doesn't hurt either, and the PSP's method of training is much better too no more mini-games here, just a menu-driven "training intensity" system that's risk-reward with its offset of injuries versus stat boosts. Of course, the superior "quandrant" cutman healing system from last year is much better than the newer "halved" cutman system of 2006 as well. 

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