Excerpt: After a five-year absence, the UFC has made its gaming return. While MMA games have been around for nine years now, none of them really did justice to the intricacies of the sport, or how it had evolved over the years.
Conclusion: UFC Undisputed is a very good game. In fact, there’s too much game here for us. It’s simply trying too hard to be the Jack of all trades but ends up being the master of none. In Fight Night, you’ve got about 16 moves total to learn, and then it’s all down to how and when you apply what you’ve...
Excerpt: 2004 was the year that saw the release of what would be the last Ultimate Fighting Championship game for five years. The massive popularity and growth of the UFC meant that it was inevitable that someone would make a modern game based on this brutal sport.
Excerpt: Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is closing in on you at frightening speed. Sweat is dripping over his heavily-tattooed muscles. He wants to hurt you - perhaps by bending one of your arms the wrong way, or more likely by simply hitting you in the head until you stop moving.
Summary: Undisputed is certainly a good start if THQ is hoping to kick up a yearly UFC gaming franchise. The character models look fantastic, clipping is almost a non-issue, and the fighting system offers some serious depth. This is by no means a pick-up-and-play fighter, though.
Conclusion: Concept: The rising star in professional fighting, the Ultimate Fighting Championship, gets a rich fighting system courtesy of the developer behind WWE SvR
Graphics: The animation system and collision detection are impressively realistic
Sound: Announcers Joe Rogan and Mike Goldberg do a great job...
Conclusion: UFC 2009 Undisputed is a good fighting game, but
it’s not very realistic for an MMA simulator as it’s
very systematic - what is very fast-paced in
real life is very slow in the game. Needless to
say, the standup portion has a good, solid pace;
it keeps your mind sharp and adrenaline pumping.
Summary: Mixed martial arts must be one of the most difficult sports to convert into a video game format and in " UFC Undisputed 2009 " I have to say that the developers have done a very good job of recreating the sport.
Summary: The UFC is not famous for its locker room drama or big spectacles like some other sports entertainment. You’re a new recruit freshly primed, primped, plucked, pressed, and processed from your master's (that's you player) imagination and the create-a-fighter mode.