Title Defence [PS2 – Cancelled]

Title Defence [PS2 – Cancelled]

Title Defense is a cancelled boxing game that quietly cancelled in early 2001 for unknown reasons by Climax Studios. Once underway, players can match their abilities against a CPU or human opponent in an Exhibition Match, practice their face-thumping skills in Sparring, replay an already-fought two-player game in Shadow Mode, or fight for the championship belt in over an entire Career. An advanced AI system offers different boxing styles and the ability to adapt to user reactions, while their trainers offer legitimate real-time tips and hints on how to defeat their opponents. Other features include a realistic broadcast-style presentation, a full-on facial damage system, and motion-captured boxing animations that are supported by 5000-polygon models.

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2 thoughts on “Title Defence [PS2 – Cancelled]

  1. News

    Title Defense was a boxing game that quietly cancelled in early 2001 for unknown reasons by Climax Studios.
    Once underway, players can match their abilities against a CPU or human opponent in an Exhibition Match, practice their face-thumping skills in Sparring, replay an already-fought two-player game in Shadow Mode, or fight for the championship belt in over an entire Career. An advanced AI system offers different boxing styles and the ability to adapt to user reactions, while their trainers offer legitimate real-time tips and hints on how to defeat their opponents. Other features include a realistic broadcast-style presentation, a full-on facial damage system, and motion-captured boxing animations that are supported by 5000-polygon models.

  2. Ross Sillifant

    Dreamcast version also annouced.Featured in Official DC mag May 2000.Games producer, Chris Hadley said ‘If we were talking driving games, then Ready2Rumble would be Ridge Racer, whilst Title Defence would be Gran Turismo’

    Game was expected early 2001 at the very earliest.

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