Prize Fighter is a boxing video game developed by Digital Pictures and released by Sega for its Sega CD in 1993. Like other Digital Pictures titles, it is an interactive movie utilizing full motion video. All video footage during gameplay is in black and white. The game was directed by Ron Stein, who had previously worked as a fight coordinator for various films. Played entirely from a first-person perspective, the game casts players as an upstart boxer known as "The Kid", who must fight a series of opponents (played by Jimmy Nickerson, Manny Perry, Billy Lucas and Ben Bray) and win the championship. Prize Fighter was the pack-in game for the X'Eye, alongside two non-gaming software titles.