Last year, EA Sports took its digital version of the sweet science to a whole new level with Fight Night Round 4. But you had to leave the house in order to play it. No longer.
The pro boxing title has hit Xbox Games on Demand, and is available right now for download in all countries except those in Asia. (Those folks are quite broken up about this, from what I understand.) It's a four gig download, and it'll run you $29.99. Cue people saying how they can get a physical copy of the game for cheaper at a brick and mortar retailer in three, two…
Doesn't matter where you get the game, it's pretty damned good, perhaps one of the best in the Fight Night series (although that's up for some debate that I'd probably lose). It's also the only game in which you can make Mike Tyson kill Jeff Goldblum. Think about that for a second.
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