Summary: Original review from MetalArcade.net MMA has been steadily growing in popularity for years. It's basically about as popular now as pro wrestling was back in the late 90's. Although these days it's mostly known because of the UFC, it started long before that in unsanctioned, underground bouts. Supremacy MMA aims to recreate that visceral experience, rather than the more straight-laced fights of the UFC (where most opponents hug each other until the clock runs out).
Summary: Supremacy MMA is first and foremost a fighting game, NOT an MMA simulator like UFC and EA Sports MMA. I recently got this game a few weeks ago and it is a blast to play once you LEARN the mechanics. I see a lot of reviews for this game just bashing on the fighting system and I can tell right now those reviewers pretty much turned it on, played a few fights, lost because they couldn't get the timing down right and just decided the game was horrible.
Summary: what can i say? its OK....i certainly wouldnt spend $50 on it though. i like parts of the game, i really dont like the grappling controls! thats the worst part for me. it does have some fun to it though, if youre real interested in this wait till this price goes down. i paid 50 for the ps3 version on amazon, and now wish i didnt.
Summary: First off, this is an arcade style fighting game. It is not meant to be a fighting sim like EA MMA or UFC Undisputed. That being said this game is awesome. When I first played the demo I was expecting a game that was similar to all the other mma games that I had played, but it was very different and I was a bit bummed. After giving the game some time and figuring out how it controlled and how to play it, it turned out to be a lot of fun.
Summary: worst mma game ever made to hard to use horrible graphics you cant grapple only a few characters you cant even play career mode or create your own fighter by far the worse fighting game ever made dont buy it rent it see what im talking about