Summary: This feels like it could have been an excellent fighting game - and don't get me wrong, pieces of it are - but for some reason it is lacking. As with any fighting simulation game, the career mode is a series of training mini games inter-dispersed among the required fights. Although the first few fights are a lot of fun since the physics and collision detection is very well written, the game very quickly becomes a mindless repeat of the same thing over and over again.
Summary: Don't bother with this game. Pros: Graphics. Good "fight now" quick fun matches Cons: Career. The other of the only 2 game modes. Absolutely terrible, after you win the title the career mode is impossible. Every opponent KOs you in the first minute of the first round. I have lost the past 6 fights after having a 16-1 record. Music: Buy this game only if you're ready to hear the same 15 songs (not a big exaggeration) the entire time you play this game.
Summary: Good job on graphics and tons of ways to do attacks & defense, but the gameplay is just OK. I would actually rate the single player mode better than the online player mode. Apparently, Submissions would almost never work on experienced online players. Those couldn't break the submission attacks are probably new players who just received the game for 1-3 days.
Download the Demo. If you like it, know that it is identical to the game (no more, no less).
Christopher Schulein, Amazon
19 July 2014
Summary: 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.
Summary: What a disappointment this game is. EA Sports made a decent game for PS3 with the EA MMA a few years back. I was excited when I heard they bought the rights from THQ to take over the franchise. They took a giant step backwards in my opinion. You can't pick a camp to train with, you can't specifically create your fighters style. Everything in the game is arcade style which would be good if this was 2002.