Summary: If you like Pride FC you might also enjoy this game. The good news is that the button scheme is basically the same in both games. The controls are a bit slower and less responsive then Pride, but they are certainly playable.
Summary: This is best UFC game on the market, but I think that there is a lot of room for improvement. I didn't expect this game to be amazing, but I think after a couple more releases a great one will come on the horizen.
Summary: When I got the UFC game I did not know what to expect. When it actually came to my house I found that the game play was amazing the only problem I have with it is that the story line is kinda lame you can only go through training for 3 years and after that you cant max out your character.
Summary: I know that it would be really hard to make a UFC game that stands up to what the sport can provide but this game is no where near what it should be. If nothing else at least use all the buttons on the controller!
Summary: I have played every UFC game out there and this by far,is the BEST!!! More fighters to choose from, better story mode, real time facial damage, and a deeper create a fighter. You now can tackle your oponent from across the ring, beat him up on the cage fence, and sometimes the referee will pull you...
Summary: If you enjoy watching UFC, this game is definitely a good buy! The game play is not easy to handle at first. Even in the easiest mode, you will get beaten pretty bad if you are not used to the moves, timing, and execution. Overall, it is a really fun fighting game using UCF warriors.
Summary: At best, UFC throwdown (the 1st PS2 UFC game) was a 2 Star because it was a duplicate (perhaps worse replication) of the original UFC for Dreamcast. This version however is a vast improvement in my opinion. It still isnt as good as it could potentially be.