"Being selected as an EA SPORTS cover athlete is one of the greatest honors in sports today, and I'm thrilled to be on the cover of EA SPORTS Fight Night 2004," Jones said.
Built from the ground up to deliver the bone-crushing action of championship boxing, EA SPORTS Fight Night 2004 is an all-new boxing game that features revolutionary new gameplay mechanics and a dramatic new-school attitude to immerse players like never before. Innovative new analog Total Punch Control allows gamers to throw punches, block, bob, and weave with unprecedented fluidity and precision. The game also includes a deep create-a-player option, career mode, and online play* for the PlayStation 2 console via EA SPORTS(TM) Nation.
One of the most dynamic stars in boxing today with a record of 49-1 with 35 KOs, Roy Jones Jr. is the undisputed Light Heavyweight Champion of the World. He is also a former Olympian and National Golden Gloves winner and has held several Championship titles in his professional career, including the Heavyweight title.
- Total Punch Control: New analog controls give gamers precise control over their offensive arsenal.
- Total Defensive Control: An all new analog defense system emphasizes finesse and body control.
- Deep Career Mode: In-depth create-a-boxer and career modes let players create themselves in the game and work their way up the ranks from chump to champ.
- Realistic Boxing Violence: Physics-based action assures no two knockdowns will ever be alike.
- Customizable Ring Entrances: Assemble an entourage, choose your theme music, select your pyrotechnics, and set the tone for the fight to follow.
- Kings of the Ring: All the biggest and baddest boxers, from today's contenders like Roy Jones Jr., Shane Moseley, and Lennox Lewis, to all-time greats like Ali, Frazier, Sugar Ray Leonard and more.
EA SPORTS Fight Night 2004 is slated to ship in Spring 2004.
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