Summary: UFC Throwdown is a decent game i had some spare cash and decided to purchase it. The game isnt that great i mean it's not bad either but it has alot of flaws. You cant fight up against the fence wich sucks, there aren't that many fighters. If your a BIG UFC fan then you should get it but if your not than your not missing out.
Summary: This game comes off as the first step in what could be a promising future for mixed martial arts video games. The controls are very basic, even overly simple. Your fighters actions are limited, the stand-up fighting is good, but the submition fighting and ground-and-pound are terribly simplistic. It takes a short time to get the hang of the controls, but the game can be mastered in about half an hour, and after that it is incredibly repetitive.
Summary: This games cool. My friends cousin is in the game. (Pete William) The graphics are pretty good. The modes are better then the first one. But my compaint is the same as the first one. Matches end way to quickly. I want more of a stragetic sim game engine involved. Why don't ground battles last 10 minutes or longer? It still feels like a button masher game. The moves are hard to pull off. The create a character mode is way too shallow.
Summary: This is my favorite fighting game I have played. It combines striking with wrestling, letting you beat an opponent if you are skilled enough, even when you are about to get knocked out. Every fighter has his own patented moves and style, adding to the diversity of the game. My friends and I never get tired of the bone crunching hits and submissions. Unlocking new moves and fighters keeps things interesting while playing solo.
Summary: This is a fantastic game for UFC and MMA fans in general. You can do your own version of some of the great UFC battles of all time, like the incredible Frank Shamrock vs. Tito Ortiz fight or Jens Pulver vs. BJ Penn, or have some fantasy matchups you wish you could have seen, like Vitor Belfort vs Ortiz or Shamrock. My only complaint is that knockouts can come a little fast if you are playing the computer, or if two beginners are playing.
Summary: UFC Throwdown is a decent game. Not really much more to say than that. You either like it or hate it. Graphically, it's pretty basic and sometimes during truly intense match-ups, choppy. Realism is very good. Length of the average match, about 20 seconds. Again, you should rent this if anything else first because I'm sorry but no one deserves a ($) hole in their wallet. Have fun and Happy Gaming!
Summary: It's true, UFC Throwdown is very realistic, no question. The moves and actual fighting itself is realistic and almost exactly like the UFC matches you see in real life. Here's the problem: What's realistic doesn't always necessarily make for a great video game. Yes, in real life you can KO an opponent with a single punch two seconds into a fight. Yes, in real life you can put one submission hold on someone and take them out in five seconds flat. All that is true.