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Easy to learn, but tough to master, David Haye's Knockout places just as much emphasis on evasiveness and defence as it does on the crucial finishing blow. Once momentum builds and a player gains the upper hand on the big Russian with a series of debilitating Hayemakers, the game takes you into 'Matrix Mode', the screen begins to shake, the ring wobbles, punches connect in slow motion and stars begin to circle the head of the bewildered opponent. Crucially, should Haye do enough damage to the Russian, there's a good chance you'll even see the beaten man's head fly off and land in a ringside seat.

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