Conclusion: Fighters Uncaged is one of the worst cash-ins we've ever had the misfortune to play. If you're into throwing your arms and legs around while looking like an absolute spanner, pick a copy of this monstrosity up. Or you could just, you know, stand on the spot and throw your arms and legs about.
Conclusion: Like many first-generation games, it operates better as a technology demo than as an actual game, and shouldn't be taken seriously as a fighting game. However, if you love bare-knuckle brawling and you need a good workout, look for this game in the bargain bin come Easter.
Excerpt: "Punch to start" it says, so I throw a mean left hook. The screen shatters into a thousand pieces, which fall to the ground to reveal the main menu screen. My brain registers a twinge of satisfaction, and I make a mental note to say something pleasant about it in my review: it was quite fun punching...
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Real kicks and punches feel extra aggressive on Kinect.
Common Sense Media
12 February 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Fighters Uncaged is a mixed-martial-arts, streetfighting game that uses the Kinect control system -- meaning you need to physically stand up and throw punches and kicks in the air to defeat your onscreen opponents.
Conclusion: Fighters Uncaged is a poor excuse of a video game. If this trash was released as a general game it would get laughed off the shelves so fast the developers of the game would quit their jobs and work at the local butcher shop.
Excerpt: I always hesitate to level accusations of ‘cash-in title’ at any game that’s released, regardless of the quality of that game – there’s simply no way to know for sure what the exact intentions are behind a given title’s development, and taking into consideration the oft-mouthed adage ‘no-one sets...