It always amazes me how easily men of the highest talents and eminence can be forgotten in this careless world," H.L. Mencken wrote in 1907, remembering the deceased lightweight champion of the world, Joe Gans, and his manager, Abraham Lincoln Herford. Like other sports titles, this series debut memorializes its greats the way no "marble effigy"—the monument Mencken regrets was never built for Gans in Baltimore—ever could. Bullies and their punching bags alike know the name Muhammad Ali (one of 32 boxers re-created here), or have seen Will Smith rumble in the jungle. But only this game allows you to experience both sides of his swing. And I trust that no... More >>>