Summary: From the controllers to the roaster its all terrible, I mean the game it self really tells you something when the only fun and best character is a guy who never even stepped into an octagon ring that Character is Bruce Lee. Yeah he is in the game but he is DLC and from what I recall DLC is suppose to be "add on content" added into the game later on after its release not 4 months the game was out they planned on making him DLC, total rip off.
Summary: EA finally patched the game and now it plays like it should have since launch. I had to bump the score to 9. Before the patch, this game was too arcady and was full of flaws. This has been resolved and it finally feels like an MMA sim. No more super slams for every fighters, touch glove, no more exploit of the full guard reversal, no more exploit on the mount strikes, and the stamina drains like it should during the fight so that by the 3rd round you could really feel...
Looks great, plays well. Some things old & some ne
shoddysugar , GameStop
24 June 2014
Summary: You've already seen and heard that the graphics are great, and they are. Bruce Lee is a lot of fun to play with and a great pre-order/dlc, especially with Royce Gracie thrown in. But hopefully you're reading this review to find out how it plays and compares to past versions, now that its in EA's hands. The controls have changed, a bit.
Summary: This game at its core is a good game. I like the gameplay and I love the options of fighters. I wish you could have DLC of legends and retired fighters and that remains to be seen. However I wish the career mode had more substance. I feel like once you make the UFC you should have an entrance and should be able to customize it more as you gain more sponsers. I also want the ability to win multiple belts are one time.
Summary: First off the graphics are incredible. There is so much detail on every single fighter, the crowd, and the menus. The fighter roster is not that great, but with downloadable content more popular than ever it's almost guaranteed that there will be an insane amount of updates. This is a great showing of what's to come for EA games in the future. Animations are very good and damage to the fighters is done perfectly. Control scheme is very complicated.
Summary: Metacrtic User Reviews are at it again, in full force. THere is no way this game is a TEN, and there is no way this game is a ZERO either. It is disappointing, yes, from a simulation perspective. The game is not sim at all, it is an arcade fighter with some real life elements mixed in. If you like arcade style fighers, you will enjoy it. It is a fun arcade experience, but a terrible representation of real MMA. The roster is very lacking too.
Summary: This game was a huge letdown for me. I have yet to understand why so many people are trying to give the game good reviews. The game is nothing short of terrible. There are so many broken aspects of the game. It is mind blowing how anyone can enjoy it. The standup game is slow and random. You can land 50 haymakers to someone's chin and absolutely nothing happen. Every fighter has crazy cartwheel kicks and such that make the game look so unrealistic.
Summary: First of all, let me say this game isn't a good game . It is really average if not worse . Graphiscs are good yes , but with barely 30 fps constant on current gen (ps4) it is pretty bad.And yes , barely because fps drops are not that unusual with this one . Controls are shaky as hell(smash dat' button ) , most of the moves feels unnatural and too soft ( Yes soft , for a fighting game . Please EA. ) Well, 4 .