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EA SPORTS MMA - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
46 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100
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  • Punch, kick and grapple using a vast array of fighting styles from around the globe
  • Master parrying, slipping, countering and dodging to oppress your opponents
  • Pit your skills against massive opponents in a ring or a hexagonal or circular cage
  • Grapple in lifelike environments filled with ring girls and corner men
  • Bring everyone's favorite large-and-in-charge personality into the cage when you unlock the best referee in the business, Big John McCarthy
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Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

EA SPORTS MMA brings the authenticity of the world’s most intense combat sport home like never before. Choose from the world’s top fighters or climb the ranks of the worldwide circuit with your created prodigy to become the ultimate MMA champion. Travel the globe and learn a multitude of fighting techniques and skills from masters in each discipline. Select from various weight classes, rule sets, and take on all challengers in multiple cage types or a ring. The challenge continues online with the most robust offering for any MMA videogame, including the ability to create and share custom fighters, prize fights, and more. Are you ready? Let’s get it on!

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You walk into the cage and the floor pulses with the energy of the arena. Sweat drips down your brow as you step out to the center. The bell rings and the match begins. While sizing up your opponent, you find the weakness you've been searching for. A hook comes from your left and you dodge at the last possible moment. You feel a breeze as his fist barely misses your nose, and you counter with a devastating right uppercut — striking him squarely in the jaw. His head jerks back in a violent motion, spraying sweat into the air before he falls backward to the mat. While you prepare to make your opponent submit, the referee calls it a knockout and the crowd erupts. This is the world of mixed martial arts — are you ready to fight?

EA Sports MMA
Three different rings to fight in
Three different rings to fight in
Fight against massive opponents
Fight against massive opponents

Synopsis

You walk into the cage and the floor pulses with the energy of the arena. Sweat drips down your brow as you step out to the center. The bell rings and the match begins. While sizing up your opponent, you find the weakness you've been searching for. A hook comes from your left and you dodge at the last possible moment. You feel a breeze as his fist barely misses your nose, and you counter with a devastating right uppercut — striking him squarely in the jaw. His head jerks back in a violent motion, spraying sweat into the air before he falls backward to the mat. While you prepare to make your opponent submit, the referee calls it a knockout and the crowd erupts. This is the world of mixed martial arts — are you ready to fight?

Get ready for the raw intensity of mixed martial arts with EA SPORTS MMA. Step into the cage and punch, kick and grapple with the world's top fighters in the sport while employing a variety of fighting styles from around the globe. Select from various weight classes, rule sets and take on all challengers in multiple cage types or a ring. Continue the challenge online with the ability to create and share custom fighters, prize fights and more. Master takedowns, unique submission moves and more to dominate your opponents in the cage and rise through the ranks to become the top MMA fighter. There's one way to know you've really made it big — hear the biggest name in refereeing announce your name. You'll encounter everyone's favorite black-belt ref for yourself and bring larger-than-life personality into your game when you unlock Big John McCarthy. And that means only one thing — it's time to "Get it On."

Step into the cage with some of the world's top MMA fighters, including the world's #1 heavyweight, Fedor Emelianenko, in addition to MMA legends Randy Couture and Dan Henderson, as well as international stars Shinya Aoki and Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza

Use an array of fighting styles
Use an array of fighting styles

Key Features:

  • Punch, kick and grapple using a vast array of fighting styles from around the globe
  • Master parrying, slipping, countering and dodging to oppress your opponents
  • Pit your skills against massive opponents in a ring or a hexagonal or circular cage
  • Grapple in lifelike environments filled with ring girls and corner men
  • Bring everyone's favorite large-and-in-charge personality into the cage when you unlock the best referee in the business, Big John McCarthy
  • Get introduced by ring announcer Jimmy Lennon Jr. while MMA legends Frank Shamrock and Mauro Ranallo call the action
  • Take the offensive with Total Strike Control, an intuitive control system for striking, elbows, knees and kicks
  • Fight opponents who intuitively and strategically manage their advances or counters to secure the desired outcome
  • Compete in the most established gyms across Japan, Brazil, Thailand and the United States to learn new skills and techniques in career mode
  • Rise a created fighter up through the ranks to make one of biggest stages in mixed martial arts — Strikeforce
  • Create a unique, personalized roster of fighters with Photo Game Face For 1 to 2 players

Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B002BS61JS
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,828 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By JOEY on October 19, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Length: 0:05 Mins
Updated! DO NOT BUY EA has shut down all of its servers on this title and you can no longer play multiplayer. You would be playing a single player game nothing more. UFC's way of forcing you to buy their UFC 3 which I have no tried yet but this is soon after the purchase of Strikeforce by UFC. MMA Monopoly...

Graphics 8.5
Sound 8.0
Gameplay 9.0

Overall the game felt more realistic than UFC 2010 and as anyone who has played ufc 2010 knows it still isn't quite right. The graphics are the best so far out of all mma games I have seen. It doesn't have a UFC roster but with the options of spectators and extensive create a fighter mode and downloads I have no doubt all those fighters will be in this game. Easily my favorite MMA game. I just hope they don't do what THQ did when they released 2009 a few weeks later boasting a 2010 killing the 2009 lasting appeal.

The fighter Share option allows you to download created fighters by other gamers. The top downloads are like Brock lesnar, Chuck Lidell etc. So you end up having STrikeforce and UFc all in one.

The ability to use your own photo to create a fighter also I liked a lot.

In career mode with your fighter you can simulate workouts with no penalty like in other games.

The option to hold your own online tournaments which can be spectated by way of Link so people can use the pc to watch it as well.

Gamepad rumbles when your guy is transitioning a little early alert system.

I wish they allowed open weight tournaments maybe if enough requests. I liked the submissions in UFC 2010 a little better but this overall is a great game.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Romeraux Allen on January 30, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Im an MMA fan in general, so instead of Just UFC, I watch and enjoy any MMA promotion. I am a former owner of UFC Undisputed 2009, and a current owner of UFC Undisputed 2010. I played Undisputed 2010 for a long time, so after a while I was ready for something new. Thats when EA announced that they were releasing a MMA game, and after the success of Fight Night Round 4, I was all ears. After reading some reveiw's after its release alot of people were saying that it was mediocre, and things of that nature. Well after alot of thinking, I purchased my copy the other day for a great price, and so far i've been satisfied. The game's graphics are amazing, and alot like Fight Night Round 4's. There are plenty of different arenas to fight in from all over the world, including the option of fighting in regular rings, circular cages, or six sided cages. There are venues from different promotions, five of which are fictional, and one (StrikeForce) thats actually exist. This gives EA Sports MMA alot more variety than UFC in my opinion, especially in the career mode. There are about 40 or 50 fighters to choose from here, half of which many of you probobly have never heard of, but that still shouldn't be a problem. The inclusion of female fighters like the actual StrikeForce promotion would've made the game even more authentic in my opinion but whatever. The gameplay is awsome compared to UFC. You strike using the Total Punch Control scheme that was used with the Fight Night series of games, where you use the right analog stick to strike using either your hands or feet.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jay K on October 31, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
It's a no brainer to buy if you like the strikeforce, dream, bellator organizations. There are plenty of fighters to choose from. It's a good start for EA. There should be more variety of moves on the next one. And the striking isn't that great. I find it hard to hit people with the fight night controls. Graphics are pretty good for the fighters, and intros are good but short.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lucas A. Miller on November 3, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
This game would be 5 stars if there were less training and less load times.

Here is an example in career mode.

Cell phone rings - you click OK on the next fighter (You don't pick who you fight, they just tell you)
LOAD TIME
You select where you want to train
LOAD TIME
You hear your trainer speak - "Hey bud I heard your flight got delayed"
LOAD TIME
You select what you want to train - Ground, Stand Up, Boxing, ETC...
LOAD TIME
Repeat 7 more times
Travel to fight
LOAD TIME
----That takes about 15 minutes of your time----

The FIGHT---------> lasts about 2 minutes

AND! REPEAT CYCLE!

Another gripe I have is I'm still in some underground fight league. My dude is maxed out in stand up, ground, clinch and health. I be knocking fools out every time! Seriously my guy is like 40-0-0. At first I would knock the guy down and jump on top of him and stomp his face until he was knocked out. The fight would be over in 30 seconds... Now when I knock the guy down I just let him get back up and then keep knocking him down. He eventually gets knocked out cold on his feet. This is on the middle difficulty too. I'm going to ramp it up to the hardest difficulty and see if it's any better.

When am I going to make it to the big league a.la StrikeForce? I want my guy to fight Dan Henderson, Babalu, Melvin Manhoef, etc... Is this even possible or am I stuck fighting these no name random characters?
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