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Information Page: CaesarsŪ World of Boxing
Game TitlePublisherProducerDateGenreRequirementsCD-i Emulator Compatibility
CaesarsŪ World of BoxingPhilips MediaPhilips POV1993SportsDigital Video CartridgeNeeds DVC (not supported yet)

Game Cover
Catalogue Numbers:
8100143 (European)
Movie Clip:
Promotional Video

From the Disc

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Caesars World of Boxing is a sports fantasy come true. Imagine experiencing Las Vegas heavyweight boxing in the way you have always dreamed of.........but could never afford. The fighters, the managers, the high rollers, the women, the intoxicating night life of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Caesars World of Boxing delivers an interactive boxing fantasy that offers all the color and glamour of being backstage at Caesars Palace, home to the likes of Ali, Holmes and Holyfield for some history's greatest prize fights, only this time..... the crowd has come to see you fight!

As a FIGHTER, the player must pick the right trainers and managers to take him to the top of the heavyweight ranks, defeat his opponents in the ring and deal with the tempting "distractions" of big time professional sports. The player must navigate a demanding world: the right choices lead to the coveted heavyweight championship, and the wrong choices lead to retirement with the rest of the palookas who only dreamt of being contenders.


    Director: David Riordan
    Producer: David White
    Boxing Simulation Programmer: Gary Brian Smith
    World Simulation Programmer: Mike Berro
    Director of Technology: David Todd
    Executive Producer: Sarina Simon
    Executives for Caesars World Inc: Rich Rose, Michael Wilkins
    Boxing Consultant: Gil Clancy
    Design Team: Mike Berro, Paul Hoffmeier, David Riordan, Gary Brian Smith, David Todd, David White
    Writers: Steven Weiss & Paul Dell and Lena Marie Pousette & David Riordan
    Art Director: Courtney Lane
    Artist: Lana Yu
    3D Title Graphics: Leslie Doughty
    Original IBM Artwork: Paul fgjfgkjdsfk
    Statistics/Fighter Design: Paul Hoffmeier
    Software Tools: Mike Berro, Greg Hemsath, Ken Jordan, Brandie Lynn, Dan Pinal, Gary Brian Smith, David Todd
    Sound Designer: Robert Weaver
    Post Production Supervision: Robert Weaver Enterprises
    Sound Editors: Robert Weaver, Tom Parker
    Q A: Paul Hoffmeier, Janice Bechenbach, Greg Hemsath
    Caesars Gym Owner: Phillip Simms
    Managers: J. Bryan Bourg, Jose Rey, Robert Clotworthy, Sam Scarber, Lena Marie Pousette
    Trainers: Sam Vincent, Jim Maniaci, Elizabeth Sandifer, Kevin Richardson
    Press: Tom Jackman, John LaMotta, Michael Fox, Nancy Kane, Ralph Monaco, Mark Hoffmeier
    Promoters: Lee Ryan, Alan Wolf, Lou Bonacki, Kingston Ducoeur
    Women: Sharron Lee Jones, Lysa Regina, Sonia Satra, Rosie Tenison, Zane Hunter, Paris Houghton, Monica Coles, Michelle Schaffer
    Men: Jim Pirri, Jim Christensen
    Ring Girls: Linda Walling, Laurie Gordon, Lyndsee Douquette, Adrain Andreoni, Tonya Poole
    Line Producer: Johnathan Weidemann
    Director of Photography: Mackenzie Waggaman
    1st A.D: Fred Kennamer
    2nd A.D: Steve Strachan
    Production Coordinator: Beth Shiffman
    Ultimatte: Bob Kertesz
    Tape Operator: Greg Noyes
    Video Engineer: Mike Berro
    Gaffer: Mark Whitney
    Best Boy: Kurt Wolf
    Key Grip: John Brunhold
    Grip: John Shultz
    Sound: John Cevetello
    Sound Assistant: Tom Parker
    Makeup/Hair: Wendy Demmerle
    Wardrobe: Winifred Clements
    Assistant Wardrobe: Hala Bahmet
    Props: Tom Cortese
    Telepromter: Lee Green Electric
    Script: Lia Sargent
    Craft Services: Pamela Ludwig
    Production Assistant: Steve Rosegrant

    Las Vegas 2nd Unit

    Associate Producer: Carrie Daccardi
    Director of Photography: Mackenzie Waggaman
    1st A.D: Fred Kennamer
    Talent Coordinator: Lena Marie Pousette
    Gaffer: Mark Whitney
    Best Boy Electrician: Kurt Wolf
    Key Grip: John Brunhold
    Best Boy Grip: Tony Giordano
    Driver/Swing: John Shultz
    Production Assistants: Jerry Kaman, Steve Rosegrant
    Extra Casting Provided by The Baskow Agency: Jackie Baskow, Franckie Picone, Tim Arie
    MPEG Digital Encoding: Laser Pacific, Randy Blim
    On-Line Video Editing Provided by Pacific Ocean Post: Scott Burrows
    Off-Line Video Editing Provided by Eric Blum Video Productions: Rick Pratt
    Voice Over Casting Provided by Off The Walla
    Aerial Service Provided by Cine Exec: Jim Deeth
    Boxing Footage Provided by Showtime Championship Boxing Showtime Networks Inc.
    Additional Locations Provided by La Aztecka Boxing, Conejo Valley Karate Academy, K.O. Boxing
    Special Thanks Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Nevada: Phil Cooper, Deborah Munch, Margret Kurtz
    Philips Interactive Media: Dave McElhatten
    POV Entertainment: Charlene Bonnhoff, Jackie Becker, Carrie Buse

Copyright: Copyright 1993, Philips Interactive Media, all rights reserved

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    CD-i Player ROM: CD-i 350
    CD-i Emulator Version: 0.5.2
    CD-i Disc Image created using: Golden Hawk Technology CDRWIN 4.0A

    Operating System: Windows XP Professional
    Processor (CPU): 3.2GHZ Intel Pentium 4 HT
    Memory: 2GIG
    Graphics Card: 256MB ATI 9800XT
    Graphics Depth: 32BIT
    Sound Card: Sound Blaster Platinum Audigy 2 ZS

Details of Tests: The Philips Media bumper rolls up and plays audio as expected. After pressing an action button a screen is displayed informing you that this CD-i Player lacks Digital Video Capability. Looks like someone forgot DVC emulation!

Philips Media Screen No DVC Screen

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