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Fight Night Round 3
Developer(s) EA Chicago
Publisher(s) EA Sports
Aspect ratio 480i, 720p, 1080i (HDTV)
Platform(s) Xbox 360, Xbox, PSP, PS2, PS3
Release date(s) NA February 20, 2006

EU March 10, 2006
December 6, 2006

Genre(s) Sports game
Mode(s) Single-player, Ad hoc, Infrastructure
Rating(s) ESRB: T
PEGI: 16+

Fight Night Round 3 is a boxing video game developed by EA Sports. It is the sequel to EA Sports' previous boxing title, Fight Night Round 2, which was released in 2005. Fight Night Round 3 was released on February 22, 2006 for the Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2. The PlayStation 3 version of the game was released on December 6, 2006.



Fight Night Round 3 is the third boxing title from EA Sports, upon succeeding from the Knockout Kings games on the PlayStation. It features the usual improvements such as better graphics and gameplay. "Impact Punches" are one of the most drastic changes, along with ESPN Classic fights and a new career mode, in which the player fights to gain popularity in order to reach sponsored fights, or to be featured on ESPN. Unlike in older versions, Round 3 defaults without a heads-up display (HUD), allowing a player to judge the status of their stamina and energy based on their stance, movements, and facial features, instead of the usual stamina meter.


The game has been released for several video game consoles and some differences exist between the versions. The cover art features the late Arturo Gatti and Micky Ward on the PS2 and Xbox, and PS3, and the PSP versions have Oscar De La Hoya on the cover. Only the PS3 version can be played in a first-person view.

Critical reception

Review scores
Publication Score
IGN 8.3/10[1]
Official Xbox Magazine 10/10

Official Xbox Magazine awarded Fight Night: Round 3 with its first 10, the highest score given by the magazine.

G4's Reviews on the Run's Victor Lucas stated that Round 3 had the best graphics he has ever seen on a video game.[2]

The game has been criticized for its highly intrusive product placement. While brands for athletic apparel, such as Everlast and Under Armour are expected in a sports game, sponsorship by Dodge and Burger King is regarded as excessive (The Burger King can even be used as a trainer[3]). It won GameSpot's award as the game with "The Most Despicable Product Placement".



  • Received the IGN award for Best Offline Multiplayer on PlayStation 3 in 2006[4].


  1. ^ Dunham, Jeremy. "Fight Night Round 3 Review". Retrieved May 10, 2009.  
  2. ^ Reviews on the Run, 11 March 2006
  3. ^ Michael Donahue, "Forced Guests: Cameos that make us sceam 'Yessss!'" in Electronic Gaming Monthly 226 (March 2008): 34.
  4. ^

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Fight Night: Round 3

Developer(s) EA
Publisher(s) EA
Release date February 22, 2006 (US)
March 10 2006 (EU)
December 6 2006 (PS3)
Genre Sports
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Age rating(s) ESRB: T
Platform(s) PS2, PS3, PSP, Xbox, Xbox 360
Media DVD
Input Controller
Keyboard & Mouse
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