Nick Bruiser : SNES

Super Punch-Out!! - SNES

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from: ? ? ?
age: ??
weight: 210
record: 42-0
Special Ciruit Champion

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Nick Bruiser

Review

Like his brother he looks almost robotic, especially since he never smiles.

On the time records screen for Nick Bruiser, Glass Joe holds the #8 spot. So does this mean Glass Joe's one win was against Nick Bruiser? Nope, because Nick Bruiser has no official losses. I belive it was just a joke by the Nintendo programmers.

Boxing Tips

Super Nintendo Nick Bruiser

Early on in the fight, Nick can come down hard on you arm and put it out of commission. Dodge or pay.

Nick gives you a warning before he throws two quick uppercuts - he shuffles his feet quickly. It's not much warning, but it should be enough to allow you to react.

Nick dashes in and offers you a elbow crunch. Dodge it and then duck because he will follow it with a right hook. After his hook, you can counter with several punches. Remember that it's best to stay on the offensive.

Nick's Rush

It's similar to Rick's Rush, but Nick's combo involves a right jab, a quick left hook and an even quicker left uppercut. Dodging three times to your left while the punches fly seems to be the best evasive maneuver.

Quick KO

Open with two left jabs, hesitate, then counter his left jab with a right jab. Next, left jab, right jab, left jab, right jab, left jab. Apply another left jab to make him dizzy and a Super Hook for a knockdown. When he gets up, throw a left jab to counter his right jab and land a right body blow while he's stunned. Immediately follow with a Super Hook for the second knockdown. Upon his return, throw a right jab to counter his left jab. He should be dizzy again. Blast a right body blow followed by a Super Hook to take his belt and all the glory!

Nintendo Power, Vol.69 January 1995