Excerpt: When I realised that I was going to be reviewing this title I thought I had better do some research into the sport a little more. I remembered when cage fighting and mixed martial arts were becoming popular, although not regulated and the UFC being the daddy of the sport, over time, in terms of...
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.
Summary: As a fan of both MMA and video games I can say that without a doubt UFC Undisputed 2009 is the best MMA game available and a great start for a franchise. There are a few mist-steps that need to be corrected for it to truly be a classic game, but it is still an amazingly fun game.
Violent, fighting game based on Ultimate Fighting.
Common Sense Media
25 November 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a sports simulation based on the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Players use a series of punches, kicks and grapples to knock out opponents or make them give up. These can range from flying knees to the face to chokeholds.
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.
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.