Excerpt: Supremacy MMA might not be the only mixed-martial arts game available, but it offers a unique experience that neither EA or UFC can provide. This is not a simulation style MMA like those games, so expect a more arcade style approach and oh yeah, this is about a hundred times more brutal.
Excerpt: Meet Supremacy MMA , the Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi of the MMA video game world. This game is so frustrating that ***edit: the analogy was so extreme and offensive that it had to be edited out; enjoy*** , but no; this game was meant to be the fast-paced arcade alternative to the UFC games.
Conclusion: Overall, Supremacy MMA is a very poor attempt to break into the MMA simulation genre, and we would recommend that most gamers avoid this game. Even though it is budget-price, it still doesn’t offer gamers full value at that price point. The few positives are vastly outnumbered by the negatives.
Excerpt: Take simply moving around the cage - an easy thing to do in every game featuring MMA, dating all the way to ‘96’s FirePro Wrestling S and the first UFC game in 2000. Here, in order to do that, you have to press a shoulder button and move the left stick to awkwardly move around the cage.
Excerpt: We’re lovers, not fighters. We don’t know what it’s really like to smash our heel into someone’s cheek. We imagine it’d feel like it does in Supremacy MMA: our unparalleled strength would bring blood and broken bones. (Hey, we can dream.
Pros: + Vicious, violent, and bloody brawling.
Cons: ? Anyone else having horrible flashbacks to the Fight Club game (original Xbox)?
Excerpt: MMA is exploding in terms of exposure and popularity. Exceeding boxing, several MMA games have been released looking to capitalize on its popularity. THQ’s UFC-licenced offerings are generally well received and even industry giant EA had waded into the fray with an MMA offering of their own.
Excerpt: With EA Sports MMA and THQ’s UFC Undisputed series going for a simulation-based approach, the door was wide open for an alternative - an NFL Blitz-esque game that was rooted in reality to a degree, but could also feature really fast-paced action too.
Conclusion: Besides the usual “quick play”, Supremacy MMA
features other interesting components. The game
comes with Supremacy Stories, a story mode that
revolves around each character leading to their
involvement in the unsanctioned fighting scene;
a tournament mode that provides either an
Excerpt: What do you get when you cross Mortal Kombat with UFC? Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA, are a big deal in the sports entertainment industry as well as the martial arts world. It seems that every martial art that wants to succeed now has to reinvent itself as a Mixed Martial Arts.
Pros: I enjoyed it.
Cons: Graphics are weak. Soundtrack is horrible. Stories are not great