As you can see in this video, the controls for Nikudan (Japanese title) are pretty solid. The game doesn't seem to tolerate too many sweeping or drastic moves, but fast jabs and bodyblows seem to register just fine. More arching motions, like hooks and uppercuts, seemed to require slower motions, which sort of squashes the whole "kicking a real dude's ass simulater" effect.
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