Excerpt: It’s not often that EA finds themselves in the position of the challenger with something to prove, but after the incredible success of last year’s UFC game, and this year’s entry taking a fantastic game and making it even better, EA Sports MMA certainly had some high expectations to live up to.
Conclusion: Supremacy MMA is rated M for Mature with ESRB descriptors of Blood, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Drugs, and Violence. Of course the game is violent, it’s a fighting game. But the injuries and hits are pretty realistic and more brutal because of that.
Conclusion: For those who don't know UFC had a gaming series on the previous generation of consoles, EA MMA have come out fighting with this game and I look forward to a rivalry between UFC and EA in the future, just to let everyone know EA announced in December that a sequel was still in the works despite the...
Conclusion: The same can be said about hairstyles, tatoos,
skin tones, skin tones, and eye colors. These
items are also in limited selection. On top of
that, putting together various attires for your
fighter is rather boring, especially scrolling
through nearly 200 parts of designs.
Excerpt: MMA is unabashedly obsessed with violence. Practised, controlled and precise violence, perhaps, but you only need listen to the riotous bellows of the audience when a heavy blow tears through a rival's skin to realise society is still trading on the pain and primal thrill of blood sports.
Excerpt: Hey you, do you enjoy watching steroid-fuelled, almost naked, shaven-headed men violently rubbing against each other like it’s the last days of the Roman Empire? If so, you’re probably already acquainted with the wondrous face-smashing world of MMA, also known as Mixed Martial Arts.
Excerpt: Back in the early days of PC gaming, the Adventure (or Point-and-Click) genre was arguably one of the most popular and successful. With Myst appearing in the Guinness Book of Records during the 90s for its sales figures and the LucasArts studio producing countless classics that were systematically...
Excerpt: Not long after THQ first released UFC Undisputed 2009, EA Sports announced an MMA game was in development. Little details were released at the time leaving many to speculate whether EA Sports was planning a hostile take-over of the UFC license.