Reviews and Problems with Pride Fighting Championships
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Pride FC Review
Francisco Alba, Amazon
24 June 2003
Summary: I like this video game very much. It is a great game. This is the most realistic fighting videogame for the PS2. Fighters are accurately recreated in amazing detail with appearance, fighting style, movements and signature ring entrances. I have a copy in my store.
Summary: Years later and this is still the best MMA game. Create your own combos, getting in-depth character creation, and all of that other awesomeness. If this game has one flaw, and it's subjective, it would be the fact that you can win by button mashing moreso than games of today.
Summary: PrideFC for the PS2 is the best Mixed Martial Arts game yet to be made. Not only does it feature some of the world's best fighters it has the most realistic fighting engine yet. With stand up fighting, guard, and mount being featured. The move set is deep and fighter specific.
Summary: UFC Tapout was pretty good, but this game is superb. It lacks a career mode, which all of the game mags point out to ding it down to 8/10. A career mode would be nice but they obviously are saving that for the next Pride FC title.
Summary: Can't say much because everyone else who's ranked this game a 5 would be echoed. Control scheme is simple and it's as smooth as a boxing title with fluid movements yet you have to pace yourself in this beat 'em and take 'em down game.
Summary: Its not as easy to knock your opponent out as it is in Throwdown. When your stamina is down you won't get knocked out, you will just be more likely to tap out. The game is pretty [darn] realistic, when you get on the ground with Royce Gracie and your stamina is low, your pretty much [out of luck].
Summary: Its not as easy to knock your opponent out as it is in Throwdown. When your stamina is down you won't get knocked out, you will just be more likely to tap out. The game is pretty damn realistic, when you get on the ground with Royce Gracie and your stamina is low, your pretty much screwed.
Summary: Pride FC for the PS2 is the most realistic mixed martial arts game ever made. What makes it stand out from the competition (UFC Tapout 2) is the numerous reversals and counters available to the fighters. The animation is life-like and fluid.
Summary: This blows UFC Tapout out of the water. For the reviewer who complained about the AI being inconsistent its because the creators made the fighters the way they are: good fighters are good and bad fighters are weak.