George Foreman's KO Boxing is a boxing video game produced by Acclaim. The games was released in 1992 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and other 16-bit gaming consoles such as the Super Nintendo that features retired multiple heavyweight champion and inventor of the Foreman grill, George Foreman. The game was also later available on the 8-bit Sega Master System, and virtually identical Sega Game Gear version, due to the similarity of the hardware architecture. In the 16-bit versions, the player takes a generic boxer and must go on to defeat other generic boxers in the game in order to take on George Foreman in a 12-round boxing match featuring toe-to-toe action. Instant replays of every knockout provide a realistic pay-per-view look to the action that is going on in the screen. The game uses various camera angles for added realism. In the 8-bit versions, the player character is George Foreman himself, and "powers up" before each match against increasingly difficult fighters. Unlike the 16-bit versions, the game is only side view action.