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- Fighters and Personalities - Navigate a roster of more than 100 prolific UFC fighters, each fully rendered to convey a photorealistic appearance
- Enhanced Combat - A new Sway System with full upper body and head movement allows for the dodging of attacks, while on the ground. A new Posture System delivers fight-ending strikes from every position
- Fighter Customization- Choose from an array of moves from all available disciplines, including newly added Sambo, Karate and Greco-Roman Wrestling, to become a true mixed martial artist.
- Expansive Online Play - Encourage camaraderie by forming fight camps and leagues to participate in ranking and champion tracking systems. Join forces, train like real-life UFC fighters and go online to compete against other camps in the virtual UFC world.
- Career Mode - A Game Is Watching You system tracks every action and uses this information to dictate in-game commentary and career progression
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Platform: Xbox 360
Top Customer Reviews
Fortunately, this is a new franchise (these seem to have little in common with the last gen UFC titles), so they have enough room to grow for a year or two. In this case, they've introduced a wealth of game modes. The career mode is the meat, with you going through 12 years of a career to become a Hall of Famer.
The controls have been simplified. I am able to avoid being pinned to the mat for entire rounds. True, I decided to focus on striking offense and ground defense, but the controls were still much easier to handle.
They also try to make rep more important. You can only unlock new trainers or new sparring partners when your rep and cred are high enough. The means of gaining rep, credibility, and popular are more than a bit boring. Interviews after the fight are boring. Public workouts are boring. Appearing at shows is boring. Weigh-in confrontations are boring. If these activities cannot be made more enjoyable, they shouldn't return.
The new addition of friends and rivals is a key addition. You can have feuds now and beating your rival gets you more cred than regular fights. If you train with a friend, you get stat bonuses. This is a brilliant little addition that isn't enough to hype as a major deal, but does provide a fun diversion.
Even with all of the pluses, there are major negatives. Load times are ridiculously long. 2-3 minutes to start a game is ridiculous and it seems to be consistently that slow.Read more ›
The striking system is excellent, and is ultimately more fun than any regular boxing game, with superman punches, ducking left hooks, and a host of other moves you can train your fighter to learn. The striking system while it still needs some work, you can duck, dodge, and come back with brutal counter attacks.
The submission system, is by far my favourite part of the game, I've knocked pleanty of people out, but there is something about twisting somebody's limbs, until finally screaming in pain they tap. There are so many submissions it's almost impossible for your specific fighter learn them all. The submission system is highly advanced, and is directly tied to your stamina bar. Instead of button mashing for this year's title, the new way to make them tap the mat, is the shining system, in which you rotate the right stick, as clean as fast as possible, to lock in your deadly submission. but don't be fooled submissions can be difficult, but once learned are the most enjoyable thing to do. Learning how your opponents energy and stamina bar relate to the submission, once that is learned, you can in the third round after losing the fight suddenly you put your opponent in rubber guard, and slap on a gogoplata, your opponent taps, and you watch in satisfaction, as you get up bleeding, but the Ultimate winner.Read more ›
Overall, i think this an awesome game and a real tribute to any UFC fan!
I would definately recommend this game to anyone!!!
As of the moment the online play is a bit iffy. When you are able to get into a game it is a lot of fun, but at the moment it's hard to find a game.
I also really like the idea of your own fight camp. the fight camp is not up yet but when it does come up I can see that being one of the best and more exciting things about this game. I also like how it looks as though the fight camps are associated with the career mode. That can make things interesting
With all the options and the leader boards and such this looks to be a Good game and I look forward to getting to know this game a bit more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this game for my son and was worried that since it was not as expensive as most other games, that it would not be as much fun, but I was wrong! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Tracye S.
One of the best fighting games out there. However the online servers are shut down, making this lack competitionPublished 7 months ago by Nick