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The Pants Party
09-05-2007, 10:29 PM
The most exciting live sporting event in the world—the UFC. Unparalleled fighting action in this global sport of mixed martial arts. View the UFC game trailer now:

http://www.thq.com/games/gameinfo.php?id=1284&upc=50000

Adam Miller
07-04-2008, 09:13 AM
UFC 2009 Undisputed is an explosive fighting game detailing the action, intensity and attitude of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Featuring an authentic and comprehensive UFC atmosphere, including an extensive roster of the best mixed martial arts fighters in the world, players will push the envelope with a powerful new game engine and put their best fighting disciplines to the test in the world famous Octagon. Take your best shot—UFC 2009 Undisputed is as real as it gets!

* AUTHENTIC UFC PERSONALITIES: Explore a deep roster of more than 80 top names in UFC competition across all weight divisions and enter the Octagon surrounded by the sport’s popular commentators, announcers, referees, trainers, Octagon girls and more.

* PHOTOREALISTIC MODELS AND EFFECTS: Absorb the world of UFC as it appears on television with photorealistic fighters who breathe, sweat and move like their real-life counterparts. Players will also experience ripple effects across the faces and bodies of their fighters from the impact of devastating punches and kicks.

* CONSTANT CONTROL: Gain the upper hand in matchups with a brand new fighting game engine designed specifically for next generation systems. Emphasis on innovative, responsive and easy-to-play controls will give players unparalleled command of their fighters in the Octagon.

* FIGHTING DISCIPLINES: Take down opponents and get the submission with a variety of mixed martial arts disciplines, including Judo, Muay Thai, Wrestling, Kickboxing, Boxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

* CREATE-A-FIGHTER: Jumpstart the career of a future champion by customizing his physical appearance and attributes, learning new fighting techniques to use in the Octagon and managing his training process through attributes such as strength and cardiovascular health.

* CAREER MODE: Develop attributes, perfect moves and fight for entry into the UFC Hall of Fame through a series of dynamic storylines that build friendships and instigate intense rivalries.

A 1 Phenomenal
08-27-2008, 08:58 PM
I can not wait to play this game and I am really excited about fighting as Brock Lesner too so lets hope he is in the game.

p0rtfan
09-29-2008, 06:44 PM
I can not wait to play this game and I am really excited about fighting as Brock Lesner too so lets hope he is in the game.

I think he will be, and i hope he is aswell. I can't believe theres more thna 80 fighters to be in the game!

Method
12-15-2008, 06:02 AM
I can't wait to make a really nerdy looking dude that beats everyone! I also thought it was funny how they had the fighters dancing to promote this game at the 08 VGAs. Hopefully they don't mess the game up with stupid achievements.

alex31991
01-25-2009, 10:33 PM
this game sounds pretty awesome so far...i'm def. getting it

dav1zzl3
02-13-2009, 05:46 PM
aw shiiit!!! i'm savin up to get this!

pjboi
02-18-2009, 11:25 PM
http://www.play.com/Games/Xbox360/4-/5822257/UFC-2009-Undisputed/Product.html

trailer

my most anticpated game of 2009

Rip The Reaper
03-28-2009, 07:08 AM
New information!! Controls + Game Modes!!

The Basics
The game will also feature a few other unlockable characters, although THQ won't yet reveal who those will be.

From beginning to end, the video game delivers an authentic UFC experience. After you select the fighters you want to use, a tale of the tape comes up, just like at a UFC event. Bruce Buffer delivers his inimitable introductions and each fighter receives a mixture of boos and cheers from the partisans in the crowd.

There are a number of playable venues in the game, including the Mandalay Bay, the Palms Hotel and Casino, the Red Rock Hotel and Casino, the UFC Gym and even likely future UFC destination Madison Square Garden. Inside the arena, the layout is pretty much identical to an actual event, right down to the announcers seated behind the red corner and the press seated behind the blue corner.

The Controls
The player in the game strikes by using one of the four main buttons. The left triggers can be used to modify those strikes, and the strikes vary depending on whether you're closer or farther away. This allows for a whole host of different strikes, from hooks and jabs to head kicks and flying knees. You can score a flash knockout at any point in a fight and you can also daze your opponent. The other fighter will fall and try to cover up, while you rush over and throw punches hoping for the referee to call off the fight.

Grappling in the game is achieved using the right stick. Pushing the right stick allows for a clinch or a takedown. Players can fight for control in the clinch, securing a sweep takedown or landing knees in the Thai plum.
Once the fight goes to the ground, the player can go on offense with strikes or fight for positioning and a potential submission using the right stick. Rotating the right stick 90 degrees allows both the top fighter and the bottom fighter to work for a better position. You can transition from full guard to half guard to side control to north/south or full mount. On the bottom you can use the rubber guard and reverse your opponent using an omo plata.

When your opponent is vulnerable, you go for a submission by spinning the right stick frantically. These submissions include guillotine chokes, rear naked chokes, knee bars and more. However, these submissions may prove to be harder to secure than many players would like.
Fighters over time will be weakened by the damage that they take. If a fighter has a successful round he will walk back to his corner with confidence. If a fighter just barely survived the round he will limp back, sweating profusely, breathing hard and possibly bleeding from a cut or two. His corner will then provide advice for how to approach the next round.

Game Modes
In addition to an exhibition mode, there are a few other modes for players to explore. The most prominent is career mode, where you create your own fighter and move him up through the UFC ranks.
After you create your character, Dana White introduces you to the UFC and puts your fighter in a tryout fight that will determine where he starts on the totem pole. At first he will be fighting fictional lower-end fighters, and over time he'll move on to mid-level fighters and eventually the upper-echelon stars.

Your fighter progresses by improving his skills and gaining "cred points" that can be used to move to the next level. UFC matchmaker Joe Silva will offer you a number of potential opponents with different styles for your fighter's next bout, with the tougher opponents yielding more cred points. It is then your responsibility to properly prepare for the fight.
To prepare for the fight, you are provided a calendar. Each week your fighter can do activities to improve his skills, such as sparring and training. He can even travel to famous real-life camps for instruction from MMA's best tutors. He can also meet with sponsors and secure sponsorships for fight gear that will earn extra cred points. However, you also have to avoid overtraining by providing your fighter rest that will allow him to enter his fight in peak shape.

As your fighter's career advances, you can also watch the UFC advance. Your fights will take place on UFC cards featuring a host of real fighters, and the results of those fights could dictate your next opponents.
Career mode lasts for seven years, at which point your fighter will have a retirement fight. If you perform well enough you will gain induction into the UFC Hall of Fame. In addition, players can take their created fighters and compete online against the created fighters of other players. The developers say career mode for any given created fighter will last around 10 hours.

An additional feature in the game is "classic fights." In this mode, the player will have the opportunity to re-create 12 classic UFC fights like Tito Ortiz vs. Chuck Liddell, Anderson Silva vs. Rich Franklin and Forrest Griffin vs. Mauricio "Shogun" Rua.

After selecting a given fight, the player will get to watch an exclusive video introduction by Rachelle Leah, who talks about the classic fight. The player will then need to duplicate the finish of the original fight, such as using Quinton Jackson to knock out Chuck Liddell in the first round. If the player succeeds, he or she will unlock a video montage on the original fight.



For the full article
http://www.cbssports.com/mma/story/11557456

Ap3 Juice
05-26-2009, 10:07 PM
gamecrazy fucking sucks, its been a week and they still didn't get any copies in!