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.
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.
Summary: Yes, you can win with one submission, but that's relaistic. Sheesh. Go play a pro wrestling game if you want to put a submission hold on a guy 50 times to win. It only takes once in real life, unlike the soap opera mistakenly referred to as sports entertainment.
Bone crunching, spine splitting, hardcore action...
James R Cheatham, Amazon
18 July 2002
Summary: This game has got it all! Arm bars, leg locks, sleeper holds, it even has the famous achillies tendon hold! When i first started to play, the graffics astounded me right off the bat! Then, after a few days of game time, I couldn't put the controler down!
Summary: To start off I think this is a great fighting game period. This is to say I like it far better than virtua fighter 4(the only other fighting game I have for PS2). Its shocking how in depth the fighting system is for all the UFC fighters and for the eight or so different kinds of career fighters you...
Summary: I think this game is great for any UFC or MMA fan. For those who want a fighting game like Tekken or DOA you might be disapointed. This is a reality based fighting game. That means realistic moves and combos. No power ups or weapons. I found that the most fun is playing against other UFC fans.
Summary: Being a huge fan of PRIDE and various other MMA shoot promotions, I was really looking forward to this game. I am not lying when I say that just after 10 seconds of playing this game, it became my favorite game of all time. This is simply the most accurate and realistic fighting game ever.