Quoted from smcclain65:
So how does rocky play? This is one of my favorite movie franchises of all time and really want one for my collection. Just hard to find and pay a premium for if it really isn't that fun.
It's one of my favorite franchises too. That's why I bought the game. I think it's a game indicative of the era in which it was created. I have modern games that are fast and fun. Rocky definitely is not fast. It's also fairly straightforward and simple. The objective is to hit the round targets in order to "win the fight". But it is fun if you take it for what it is. I also like the automated "Ha, ha, ha, you lose." call out that comes when you fail to hit the targets. I keep it for sentimental reasons, would never sell it, and play it every now and then. It's cool to look at amidst my other games and it's rarity makes it a nice collector's piece. If you have the money and love Rocky I would recommend buying it. I don't know if this is true, but I heard that of the 1504 units that were made in 1982 only around 100 fully working machines are still in existence.