Old-school and new-school gamers should talk about: Punch Out!

The boxing portion of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PRDCES0000000113" title="Wii Sports" href="/topic/sports/wii-sports-PRDCES0000000113.topic">Wii Sports</a> is fun and all, but you know what it lacks? Little Mac. Missing in action since the Super NES days, Little Mac resurfaces on the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PRDCES00000001" title="Wii" href="/topic/services-shopping/wii-PRDCES00000001.topic">Wii</a> in the re-boot of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP010861" title="Nintendo Company Ltd." href="/topic/economy-business-finance/nintendo-company-ltd.-ORCRP010861.topic">Nintendo</a>'s classic "Punch Out!" series. There's a new fighter called Disco Kid, but it's the head-to-head mode that has us excited, as "Punch Out!" was always a one-person affair. Soda Popinski, you're going down. (Monday)
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The boxing portion of Wii Sports is fun and all, but you know what it lacks? Little Mac. Missing in action since the Super NES days, Little Mac resurfaces on the Wii in the re-boot of Nintendo's classic "Punch Out!" series. There's a new fighter called Disco Kid, but it's the head-to-head mode that has us excited, as "Punch Out!" was always a one-person affair. Soda Popinski, you're going down. (Monday)

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