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UFC - PlayStation 4

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  • Real Damage: Every fighter knows that one good shot can ruin your day. EA SPORTS UFC introduces a non-linear damage system which can result in big damage coming from a single strike. The system produces a greater variety of cuts and contusions.
  • Dynamic Striking: A mixed martial artist uses the environment to his advantage and for the first time in a UFC game, you can too. A dynamic environment allows you to pull off jaw-dropping moves using the Octagon, including roundhouse kicks, superman punches and much more. Combine those abilities with the best striking technology in the industry and that one perfect strike could change the fight.
  • Fighter Likeness and Facial Animations: EA SPORTS UFC will set a new bar for character likeness and emotion in gaming. For the first time in an EA SPORTS game, every single licensed athlete in the game has been created from high resolution 3D head and body scans to deliver revolutionary character likeness and authenticity. Powered by EA SPORTS IGNITE, new facial animation technology delivers more expression, emotion and will communicate greater sense of awareness and intelligence in the Octagon.
  • Real-Time Exertion: A UFC bout is one of the most physically demanding sports on the planet requiring mixed martial artists to give it their all with every movement. Real-Time Exertion brings each moment of that action to life in your gameplay experience. Through real-time vein popping, skin discoloration, muscle flex, as well as signs of fatigue setting in through the course of each round, you will witness the effort it takes to be one of the best fighters in the world.
  • Strategic Submission Battles: To own the belt, you have to be dominant on your feet and on the mat. EA SPORTS UFC re-invents the ground game to create a battle for position and control that captures the strategy of a submission battle. Like the real sport, in EA SPORTS UFC fighters will work through multiple stages as they work to advance or escape from a fight-ending submission.
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Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CXCCH1I
  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 17, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (185 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #452 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 4

With its first new major sports league partnership in over a decade, EA SPORTS presents EA SPORTS UFC. The next-generation of fighting has been built exclusively for the PlayStation 4 and XBOX ONE by the team behind the critically-acclaimed Fight Night franchise.

Powered by EA SPORTS IGNITE technology, EA SPORTS UFC brings the action, emotion and intensity inside the Octagon to life in ways that were never before possible. The next-generation of True Player Motion not only showcases the diverse, powerful and fluid of attacks of elite mixed martial artists through Precision Movement, Dynamic Striking and Strategic Submission Battles, but also brings the combatants to life with Full Body Deformation and Real-Time Exertion. The simulation of Human Intelligence takes leaps forward with the strategic and adaptive MMAi system and is expressed through the most realistic characters ever created in a sports game.

Feel the Fight – Gameplay Features
Step into the Octagon with the most realistic take on fighting ever achieved. Powered by EA SPORTS IGNITE technology, every fighter, strike, takedown and submission will make you feel the fight.

MMAi – A mixed martial artist’s mind is as important as his heart. Every licensed fighter in the game will have changing goals and fight plans, based on their real-life tendencies and each fight situation. Stop their Plan A, and they will adapt to Plan B or C. Down on the scorecards, look for the AI to end the fight with a knockout or a submission. A smarter opponent equals a more challenging and unpredictable fight.

Full Body Deformation – Until now, simulation of physical contact between fighters was limited to bodies that barely made contact with each other; as a result, they looked and behaved like action figures made of plastic rather than elite athletes. The team that revolutionized sports by bringing authentic physics to the Fight Night franchise changes the game again with an all-new, full-body deformation system that moves and displaces the fighter’s flesh in real time. For the first time, the strength of every submission and power of every strike will truly make an impression.

Real-Time Exertion – A UFC bout is one of the most physically demanding sports on the planet requiring mixed martial artists to give it their all with every movement. Real-Time Exertion brings each moment of that action to life in your gameplay experience. Through real-time vein popping, skin discoloration, muscle flex, as well as signs of fatigue setting in through the course of each round, you will witness the effort it takes to be one of the best fighters in the world.

Fighter Likeness and Facial Animations – EA SPORTS UFC will set a new bar for character likeness and emotion in gaming. For the first time in an EA SPORTS game, every single licensed athlete in the game has been created from high resolution 3D head and body scans to deliver revolutionary character likeness and authenticity. Powered by EA SPORTS IGNITE, new facial animation technology delivers more expression, emotion and will communicate greater sense of awareness and intelligence in the Octagon.

Precision Movement – MMA is a sport of inches, where every step counts and every movement matters. Powered by EA SPORTS IGNITE, the Precision Movement locomotion system grounds the fighters, eliminating unrealistic slipping and sliding across the canvas. More realistic physics-driven movement delivers more realistic action as the overall transfer of energy from the ground up delivers more impactful and believable strikes and takedowns.

• Dynamic Striking
– A mixed martial artist uses the environment to his advantage and for the first time in a UFC game, you can too. A dynamic environment allows you to pull off jaw-dropping moves using the Octagon, including roundhouse kicks, superman punches and much more. Combine those abilities with the best striking technology in the industry and that one perfect strike could change the fight.

Strategic Submission Battles – To own the belt, you have to be dominant on your feet and on the mat. EA SPORTS UFC re-invents the ground game to create a battle for position and control that captures the strategy of a submission battle. Like the real sport, in EA SPORTS UFC fighters will work through multiple stages as they work to advance or escape from a fight-ending submission.

Real Damage – Every fighter knows that one good shot can ruin your day. EA SPORTS UFC introduces a non-linear damage system which can result in big damage coming from a single strike. The system produces a greater variety of cuts and contusions that is true-to-life and has never been possible in a simulation fighting game.

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61 of 70 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A great looking game that feels unfinished June 18, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4|Verified Purchase
I have been eagerly anticipating the release of this game since it was officially announced over a year ago. Unfortunately, after spending a good chunk of time with it I can say that it is considerably flawed. I have enjoyed all of the past UFC games from Undisputed 2009 to EA MMA. I would consider myself well versed in both the games and the sport. This version just falls flat in some key areas.

The first thing that I noticed is that there were few features or modes to choose from. I mostly intended to play online so this was not much of a concern to me. The game is fantastic visually. They fighter detail is incredible and the presentation is pretty great as well. That was until I tried to play the actual game. The tutorial was pretty long and detailed but that's a good thing. Many people have complained that the control scheme is to complicated. This is going to be a fact of life in an MMA game as there are so many options available for your fighters to use. The controls are pretty similar to Undisputed so I got a hand of it pretty fast. I decided to fight the CPU a few times to get a feel for the striking rhythms. This is where I started to notice some issues.

First of all the CPU AI is relentlessly aggressive to the point of stupidity. It charges in your face non-stop and wings punches and kick with reckless abandon. So I figure, "OK, slip the overhand, cut an angle, crack him with the straight right". The strategy seem to work, again, and again, and again. I start to come to the realization that these punches that I am landing are not having much of an impact; and that the CPU couldn't care less to adapt to the hole in its game. i decide to switch it up a bit and try to catch him coming in with a double leg, to very mixed results.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4
Honestly, I was a fan of Undisputed 3. It wasn't perfect but after several attempts, THQ had it done fairly well. R.I.P.

Now, when EA took over - I was excited to see what their budget could bring to the table. After seeing the graphics (which are incredible), I was even more eager to play this game. However, as soon as I played the demo - it was clear as day. This game was not ready yet. That is actually the best litmus test for you if you're on the fence with this purchase. DOWNLOAD the DEMO! If you do not like it - you will NOT like this game. Pull out the fighters and swap them out with different individuals and there you have it - UFC 2014.

Gameplay
I like it. It's tough, complex, and frustrating - exactly what I'd imagine MMA to be if I were to enter the octagon. However, the downside is - I hope you really enjoy playing Exhibitions or Online PvP multiplayer because this is NOT a game your buddies can pick up with you and share a couple beers while you beat each other up. You'll cream them mercilessly, leaving you to make a pitiful attempt explaining how the control scheme works and eventually turning off the game because it is not fun. Meh.

Controls feel fine. The players move VERY awkward. Play the demo and see what I mean. Again, the demo is IDENTICAL to the game. No polishing was done upon release. The awkwardness can be seen if you YouTube it. Do yourself a favor and have a couple good laughs - it's funny and sadly true. For some reason, Jon Jones hits the mat after being TKO'd like a fainting goat.

Presentation
It's a whole lot of attractive with no substance. The menus are slick. The music is relevant and appropriate. There is just no content to back it up. Create a Fighter. If you played Undisputed 3, you'll understand this.
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32 of 41 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Huge letdown June 20, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4|Verified Purchase
I don't usually write reviews, and I'll keep this one short.

Graphics are beautiful, but controls are just awful. People complaining controls are "too difficult" or "too complicated"...I disagree...they are just bad. Fighters' actions are far from fluid. Game is not realistic...there's a ton of WWE-style moves thrown in there. I'm a huge UFC fan, own all 3 previous games, and never expected this one to be perfect...but this is garbage. Debating whether to sell it already or to give it another try...
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars All around bad game. June 21, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4|Verified Purchase
I really wanted to like this game. Undisputed 3 had a great career mode and decent fighting mechanics. So, I figured EA could make a game that was, at least, on par. They didn't. What they made was a watered down version of Tekken using UFC fighters. The control scheme isn't terrible. It's actually pretty good, but input lag makes for sluggish controls and kills any possible flow to striking. The ground game is just plain ugly. Plus, they skimped on simple details like refs diving on fighters or showing any interest in the fight, at all. The fight just sort of stops if there is a stoppage. Very sloppy. The career mode, which is what I would think most hardcore UFC fans would gravitate to, is flat and boring. The training is too easy and almost useless. Why do I have the option to create Neo-God Anderson Silva from the jump? Character creation is more for creating super fighters to use online than it is for career mode. UFC fans should just spend the money on the Weidman vs Machida PPV. This game is awful.

I'd do a pros versus cons list, but my only pro is that I can still trade it for decent money.
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