If everything was to be taken in a literal sense, the thought of two tanks fighting it out in a boxing ring could be quite bizarre. Fortunately though, the name Panza refers to Andrea Panza, the world kick boxing champion. The game is basically a one to one beat'em-up, but with several special features, including choosing all the various moves so you can have your own individual fighter. Training and exercise are essential as you move up the ranks. Without proper preparation, be assured that you won't get far.
Graphics are the best I've seen in a game of this type and are incredibly well animated. As for the sound effects? Well, once again, Panza excels in this area, ranging from grunts to jaw breaking cracks and crunches. A classic game at a more than reasonable price. Buy now for a fine experience.
Many people consider Panza Kick Boxing as one of the best fighting games ever made for Amiga. They are probably right since the competition didn't really bother much with making something better.
Anyway, what does Panza offer? Aside from fun tournament mode and the option to play a two player game, PKB gives you something you have never seen before - programmable combat moves! There are 55 of them and you can assign 12 to your fighter by a simple customization tool. You can even swap them before a new fight!
The tournament mode asks you to fight various boxers until you reach the final - Panza himself, the champion! After each fight your boxer will improve (or worsen!) his skills, so you gotta be careful and try to stay away from stronger opponents.
Panza is a great game that asks for skill. Not recommended to nervous people!
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