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Fighters Uncaged - Xbox 360

by UBISOFT
Xbox 360
Teen
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews) 32 / 100

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  • Choose your own path, opponents, and rewards to unlock new skills and upgrade your character
  • Charge into a new world of gaming, where with Microsoft Kinect you will use your fists, knees, legs, elbows and even your head to destroy your opponents
  • Battle ruthless opponents each trained in different deadly fighting styles across a variety of gritty game environments
  • Attack with over dozens of devastating moves, chain together relentless combos and end the fight with merciless finishing moves
  • Use skill anf strategy to learn your opponents fighting style and cruelly exploit their weaknesses
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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0043B5SKE
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 4, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,858 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

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Fighters Uncaged is an unique and gritty tournament style fighting game exclusive for Xbox 360 that delivers 100% controller-free action via the body mapping and motion capture capabilities of Microsoft Kinect*. The game features 70 real martial arts move -- including punches, kicks, defensive actions and more -- that the player instantly triggers in-game against opponents by performing the actual move in front of the Kinect sensor. Additional features include intense combo possibilities, special voice activated moves, over-the-top opponents and multiplayer support, including co-op and online leaderboard functionality on Xbox LIVE.

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Split screen image with a player delivering a kick and the onscreen character delevering a kick in Fighters Uncaged
Split screen image with a player delivering a kick and the onscreen character delevering a kick in Fighters Uncaged.
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Become the Ultimate Weapon with Kinect

Charge head first into the vicious world of illegal freestyle fighting tournaments, where you will use every muscle in your body to battle your way to the top. Forced into a secret tournament, the game's hero, Simon must use what he learned from his father, an ex-boxing champ, as he faces off against violent combatants who will brutally unleash a range of vicious mixed martial arts attacks to take him down. No guns. No blades. Your body is the deadly weapon here.

Gameplay

Fighters Uncaged is the ultimate fighting game published to-date for play on Xbox 360. Utilizing the motion capturing capabilities of the Xbox 360 Kinect system, players put away their standard wireless controllers and become the controller themselves as they take on the varied and seedy characters of the gameworld in tournament style fighting action using their fists, knees, feet, elbows and anything else they need to. The body mapping abilities of Microsoft Kinect allows players to create and master 70 different types of moves pulled from a variety of real martial arts disciplines. These can be used singularly, or strung together in combos for maximum impact. The game features 21 different gritty game environments in which players will be matched up against enemies with distinct fighting styles and character attributes. Additional features include voice activated special moves and two-player local support, including a co-op option.

The Microsoft Kinect peripheral used with Fighters Uncaged
Utilize the body mapping capabilities of the Microsoft Kinect for truly controller-free gameplay.
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The Kinect Sensor

Previously known as Project Natal, the Kinect sensor (sold separately) allows you can experience gaming like never before. Easy to use and fun for everyone, the Kinect sensor utilizes revolutionary full-body tracking to put you in the center of the fun. This amazing new technology allows your Xbox 360 to recognize your body and mirror your movements in the game, making you the controller. The sensor is compatible with every Xbox 360, features a color VGA motion camera (640x480 pixel resolution @30FPS), a depth camera (640x480 pixel resolution @30FPS) and an array of 4 microphones supporting single speaker voice recognition.

Key Game Features

  • The Raw Power of Kinect - Actively use your fists, knees, legs, elbows and even your head to destroy your in-game opponents and defend against them.
  • The Cutthroat World of Illegal Fighting - Battle ruthless opponents, each trained in different deadly fighting styles. Battle on rooftops, in dark alleys, or alongside gritty city docks in immersive environments with rain, waterfalls and other dynamic elements that bring the fight to life.
  • Unleash an Arsenal of Brutal Moves - Attack with over 70 devastating moves, chain together relentless combos and end the fight with merciless finishing moves.
  • Become a Master Fighter - Use skill and strategy to learn your opponents fighting style and cruelly exploit their weaknesses.
  • Open Progression Tree - Choose your own path, opponents, and rewards to unlock new skills and upgrade your character.
  • Battle with a Friend - Team up to take down enemies in Tag Team Mode.

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In-game opponents from Fighters Uncaged
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Delivering a kick in Fighters Uncaged
70 mappable moves.
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Landing a punch against an opponent in a boxing gym environment in Fighters Uncaged
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A split screen defensive move done by the player and what occurs onscreen Fighters Uncaged
Defensive and counter moves.
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*Kinect sensor peripheral sold separately and required for play.

Product Description

Charge head first into the vicious world of illegal free fighting tournaments, where you will use every muscle in your body to battle your way to the top. Forced into a secret tournament, Simon must use what he learnt from his father, an ex-boxing champ as he faces off against violent combatants who will brutally unleash a range of mixed martial arts attacks to take him down. No guns. No blades. Your body is the deadly weapon! Free the fighting machine in you. Get Uncaged!

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237 of 250 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very cool! Must Train Hard! November 22, 2010
By Alex
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
First some background(skip to third paragraph if you don't want it):Since June or so of this year I've been working at getting in shape, slowly adding in new exercises that work. I tried P90X, but I was too out of shape for it at the beginning. So, I worked with a trainer for a 2 months or so and then I started cycling and then I started stand up paddle surfing and also using a step machine that I have. So, my workouts have been cycling some days, surfing some days and step machine some days. When Kinect came out I bought it hoping that it would add another interesting workout into the mix, especially with winter coming and surfing and cycling getting harder in the cold. I bought a lot of games hoping for one or two games that would be fun enough to keep me moving and maybe even so fun that I pushed myself harder than I would have with just exercise for exercise sake. I bought sonic free riders, dance central, fighters uncaged, kinect adventures(came with the kinect), Your Shape Fitness Evolved and Kinectimals. Kinectimals has kind of been a bust for me. It really is a little kid's game. I thought it might have some impressive AI. Dance Central is great. It really recognizes your movements and corrects you. Sonic Free Riders has taken some time to get in to. Like MarioKart, you have to memorize the levels, but its tiring on your knees squating down and leaning forwards and backwards the whole time and then squatting and jumping over jumps and jump turning in the air to try to pull moves. So, I only do 5 or 6 runs a session and have not memorized the levels, which makes winning impossible. Your Shape Fitness Evolved is also very good. You have to do the moves in time with the trainer in the fitness classes, otherwise you don't get credit for them. Read more ›
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75 of 79 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars As noted, not realistic, yet can be solid and fun December 4, 2010
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Like some of the reviewers I was *extremely* frustrated with the game because I was expecting it to be realistic. So yeah yeah yeah enough with the instructions lets fight. And it was abysmal! I'd throw a punch and it would kick, I'd jab and it would throw an elbow, I'd throw a knee and it would round kick. I threw some new and innovative cuss words. I'm 47, started with martial arts when I was 11 or so, and was kickboxing the night before the first of 2 hip replacements (both hips) so yes my expectations were high. I was looking at it for a fun and fit way to enjoy the sport in my post-ring days.

Then I started paying attention to the game, what it wanted, how it moved, and begrudgingly I RTFM. (That's Read The F'ing Manual for non-techies). You have to stand with your feet parallel to the Kinect, not in a classic fighting stance. You punch with your arms, not your shoulders and hips. You need to move conservatively, if you throw a full round kick to the head it can also see your upper body (shoulders, head, arms) move which confuses it. And once I started playing the game the way it is intended to be played it actually IS fun, I work up a solid sweat and its vigorous enough to make my hips ache. :-) I'd definitely like to see a more realistic game, and I think that may be a limitation of the Kinect for the reasons I noted. Throw a jab with your shoulder and the shoulder triggers a hook punch for the avatar. Right foot forward and a left front kick pushes the hip, the hip triggers a round kick for the avatar. Not sure if that can be compensated for. Adjusting my play so that I stay within the limitations of the Kinect (or game, could be either) while keeping the fighting mindset of blocking, parrying, countering, and attacking openings has made it a pretty cool game. Which basically means its a pretty cool game.
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55 of 63 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Varied Enough! Good Rental November 4, 2010
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Very ambitious effort to take the fighting genre and seriously allow you full body control. The Kinect is strong enough to support this, however the game lacks any real depth. The game starts off with a pretty informative tutorial teaching you all the basics to have success on the streets. Once you begin fighting though, you are trying to earn crowns to advance to the next level. Each level requires so many crowns that you do not end up just fighting each person one time, you must fight them several times to level up. By the time you level up, you have fought one of the same 6 fighters multiple times. You do slowly unlock new fighters to fight, but only about 5 more. So here this game only offers maybe 11 or 12 adversaries, that slowly go up in difficulty when you collect enough crowns. Bottom line is you quickly understand how out of shape you are when you are trying to fight 3 or 4 opponents in row, only to realize that if you were in great shape you would have the game beat in perhaps two or three sessions of game play. There are better titles available for the Kinect (Kinect Sports!!!) but this is a needed step in the right direction. Imagine Marvel vs Capcom 3 supported by the Kinect.... the Kinect seems powerful enough, it would just take some time from the developers to make it pay off.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For best play learn how it works December 28, 2010
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
First off I played this game over the weekend and loved it. My wife got a kick out of me finishing off an opponent then looking over my shoulder with a goofy "look what I did 10 year-old" grin. But I almost didn't buy this one because of the bad reviews. Fact is I did get it because I also read the good reviews and it seemed that the people who enjoyed it had two things in common one they learned how it worked, and two they didn't take themselves too seriously.
Yes first learn how the "game" works, what moves it uses, and what it can and can't do. I, as some of the other reviewers, have been in the martial arts for years and this is actually not a good thing in regards to this game. Learning this game is like learning a new style old habits get in the way. Also the Kinect only sees in 2D so if you put one foot behind the other in your cool traditional stance the Kinect thinks you just lost a leg. Lastly on this point this game does not track all your killer fighting moves it only sees your movements as triggers for game movements. For it to tack everything you do would take a great deal higher level of tech than the Kinect and Xbox can muster, and a game that would do this would appeal to what? 10% or less of the population, not every gamer has had 10 to 20 years of training.
Yes this game is fun, it will give you a good workout, and it will teach both beginners and "experts" how to control their movements.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 7 days ago by adel de leon
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Published 19 days ago by Duvan
5.0 out of 5 stars I wiii destroy the avarge street fighter
This is a bit much but it keeps the mind sharp with you 6th move while thing how to destroy that person in front of you
Published 1 month ago by Steven M.
3.0 out of 5 stars Not what i was speccting
Not what i was speccting, Its a little bored couse its not so realistic at all and its a little spensive for that but its okey
Published 3 months ago by Luis Marte
4.0 out of 5 stars I like it
I get to have a little fun, practice fighting, and get some exercise...all at the same time. I would recommend it
Published 4 months ago by Joe
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent product I think should continue to sell this product is very...
Excellent product I think should continue to sell this product is very good quality and will continue buying again when required
Published 5 months ago by ALEXANDER
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game
Although I haven't played the game myself (it was a gift for a nephew), it appears to be a great game. Read more
Published 5 months ago by D. Sanders
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 6 months ago by Angel R. Bejarano
2.0 out of 5 stars As a kinect enthusiast I am very dissapointed with this game.
I love kinect, the idea is something out of a sci-fi movie, it is awesome! And there are decent games and some really good titles, KInect sports being the one on top due to it's... Read more
Published 6 months ago by Randolph
3.0 out of 5 stars pretty good
really fun but the gamming system is slow to process, but hey its the first of the kind, just make big 1970 punches and it works great, im sure kids will love it eather way, i find... Read more
Published 8 months ago by sandypants
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