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    • UFC Sports Edition

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    93% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (485 out of 524)

    Product Details

    • Developer: EA SPORTS
    • Publisher: EA
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Sports and Outdoors
    • Release Date: 06/17/2014


    The air practically pulses with anticipation and the mood in the arena has reached a fever pitch. This crowd is ready to see a fight, and who are you to deny them? You step into the Octagon, face your opponent, shake hands and it's on. Besides the mean mug staring back at you, everything else fades to black. Your greatest asset is your focus, and it lets you interpret the slightest muscle twitch as a premonition for the swing or kick that's about to come. The circling dance you've been in abruptly ends with two swift jabs and an uppercut that you avoid — but just barely. You use his momentum to add even more force to the elbow you swing around and slam into his jaw. The shock of it reverberates up your shoulder and neck. He's still on his feet, but you know you've got what it takes. The crowd will be happy. It's going to be a good fight.

    Fans of MMA fighting know that no other sport in the world matches the intensity that can be found in this arena. It takes more guts and skill than most people have to be a UFC fighter — but EA SPORTS UFC gives the rest of the world a chance by bringing the fight to your PlayStation 4 powered by EA SPORTS Ignite technology. EA SPORTS UFC takes the action, emotion and intensity that can only be found inside the Octagon and combines it with the amazing abilities of this next-generation console for an adrenaline-pumping, heart-pounding, guts-or-glory kind of experience that you won't soon forget. Are you ready to feel the fight?


    Pre-order EA SPORTS UFC to receive access to "The Father of Mixed Martial Arts," Bruce Lee

    Harness the power of the PlayStation 4 and combine it with powerful EA SPORTS Ignite technology for an adrenaline-pumping, action-packed experience

    Enjoy authentic fighting physics with an all-new full-body deformation system that moves and displaces the fighter's flesh in real time, so the strength of every submission and power of every attack truly makes an impression

    Contend with the physical demands of a UFC bout with Real-Time Exertion, which brings vein-popping, skin-discoloring, muscle-flexing authenticity to the round until fatigue sets in during the course of each round

    Become immersed with revolutionary character likenesses, created from high-resolution, 3D head and body scans of every licensed fighter in the game along with new facial animation technology that delivers accurate facial expression and emotion

    Be aware of every tiny step with the Precise Movement locomotion system, which eliminates unrealistic slipping and sliding and delivers physics-driven action from the ground up for more believable strikes and takedowns

    Use your surroundings to your advantage with the dynamic environment that allows you to pull off awe-inspiring moves using the Octagon, including roundhouse kicks, superman punches and more

    Dominate on your feet and on the mat during strategic submission battles, in which you work through multiple stages to advance or escape from a fight-ending submission

    Feel the devastating impact of one perfectly aimed shot with the nonlinear damage system that produces a variety of cuts and contusions and realistic results from well-placed single strikes

    Face off against smarter opponents with changing goals and fight plans from the MMAi feature that delivers more challenging and unpredictable fights

    Customer rating

    Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 524 reviews

    would recommend to a friend



    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      BEST UFC game i have ever played

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

      so all in all i'd say this is a great UFC game. i can already say it's the best one in the series that is for sure. with that said though, this game does fall short on A LOT of things (could just be because it's their first UFC for next gen or the fact that it's the fight night makers firts time making a UFC game) some of those things are, the move list for sure it doesn't really matter what "style" u pick to fight as because in the end u learn every move every "style"/"fighter" can use as well as u can eventually max you're stats to 100 so it kills the purpose of even having a "style" to pick from. also some of the moves themselves are not polished,as this game does deliver on the whole characters don't slide and it feels more real there are still a lot of times in the game where you can tell you're still playing a video game and it "feel" like a video game like when u go for a spinning kick and someone goes to take u down and it just glitches and both people bounce back kind of thing. my main flaw is no women creation what-so-ever (which was my whole point to buying this game being a female) i thought UFC was past that point and the females were supposed to be getting credit etc but once again just thrown under the rug like females in UFC still don't belong. i wanted to play career mode and beat ronda for the title but couldn't even do that and with the roster being so small for female fighters (because there were a lot more even in the UFC they could have added but for w/e reasons didn't) it makes perfect sense for the to make a carrer mode with females because you'd have randomly generated females etc like they do in male career mode and so it would tech boost the roster for female fighters rather than have what i believe it's like 7 maybe? if that. so it's a good game overall but it does have a lot of things it could have improved on and a lot of things that SHOULD be in a NEXT GEN UFC game but they aren't. they said when women entered the UFC it was a big thing and and it was like a BIG part of UFC history yet they couldn't add a female career mode or create a female in their game? it's for that reason i give this game a 4 out of 5 stars because my whole reason to buying this game was i thought we'd be able to do a female career mode.sadly u can't even make a female fighter period.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good, But Not A Large Improvement Over UFC 3

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      It's definitely a good game in it's own way, but I feel like career mode rely's too heavily on stock footage to really immerse you, and it gets kind of annoying after a while. The training is largely an improvement over previous games, but there are still some training sessions that just don't make a lot of sense and end up feeling rigged against you because what they're looking for isn't clearly stated, not to mention that it glitches out sometimes. The biggest issue I have is that the vast majority of stand up moves are flashy BS only, rather than the deep variety of moves that were available in previous games. All of these issues are forgivable, and it is a fairly good game, but I found myself playing it a lot less than UFC 2010 or UFC 3, both of which tied difficulty to the amount of points you could get, which meant that the better you were at the game, the more accurately you could create your ideal fighter. That dynamic is largely removed from this game. You can literally play on easy and learn every move in the game no problem, most of which you won't even want because they're too slow or use too much stamina versus the moves you already know.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Online glitch


      Online is my problem cause I can pound on a guy head body doesn't matter and their head or body never goes red. One guy I faced not matter how many times I pushed the button combo to shoot in for takedown my guy would never shoot in he just stood there but my opponent could shoot in for the takedown whenever he wanted. Couple of fights I've had to fight against the glitch to get the win. Decision losses are annoying me cause you can simple win by doing nothing but takedowns even though you have knocked the guy down and rocked the guy all 3 rounds the opponent can still will decision by doing nothing but takedowns that makes no sense. If they would fix this online problem the game would be more fun online but this seems to happen a lot around 10pm and onwards at night. This also happens a lot in the brown belt division and black division no idea why? The game is worth getting if you don't mind these problems at these times of the day it's either the glitch or hackers who don't want a loss on their record too bad it doesn't have seperate division for the weight classes like UFC 3 did. The submission game in UFC 3 is still better then this game I hope on the next game they bring back PRIDE mode cause that was a lot of fun.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      One step forward two steps back

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I had no idea what I was going to think by reading the reviews. For the reviews were very mixed some liked it while others hated it. I must admit there is a learning curve at first and will take at least a day to pick up the full controls. Each bumper becomes a modifier, for instance holding r1 you may throw powerful overhands while L1 will throw hooks. The ground game and clinch are a lot more watered down compared to what THQ accomplished. The graphics and striking are the best things about this game and are continuing to get better with the frequent updates provided by EA . There are few modes aside from online, fight now, and career . the career mode isn't that great you do the same training over and over and the sequence doesn't change much. I got to some points where I didn't even look at the move list it was given me because I already remembered the sequence. But overall the game is fun online or with a friend its very easy to keep it competitive and crazy. If you enjoy combat sports its worth a buy.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      So Far, So Goo

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      With EA's latst MMA iteration, I was worried about the future of the UFC franchise, but this game has put that to rest. They took some pointers from the last developer(THQ) and honed the fighting system from the ground up. Each match, even on easy, is like a game of chess. Strategy matters. Weaknesses matter. Timing definitely matters. It is not a typical "pick up and play" brawler. The system takes some time to learn, and I am still learning it. But, when you do score a well fought victory, it makes the experience that much more pleasurable. I also love the share feature. I used to do "predictions" on the old game for upcoming PPV events, and now I can upload seamlessly. It's the small things. I have yet to dive into the career mode, as I have spent most of the time banging away creating dream matches and fixes bad outcomes...WEIDMAN. haha I love it so far, and I would indeed recommend it to anyone looking for a fun MMA experience.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Ok for the 1st iteration on PS4

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Overall the game is fun for a UFC fan. However, since it is made by EA Sports it has its flaws. There is only online, career mode, and exhibition against the cpu. When playing online you can't see who your opponent is picking which is stupid. Also, the weight classes aren't listed individually. They are grouped together, so if you choose Welterweight it can be welterweight, featherweight, and lightweight. You could choose a lightweight fighter and your opponent can choose a welterweight fighter and already have an advantage, but you can't tell because it doesn't show you who they pick until the match is about to start. Submissions are very hard, but doable. The super takedowns are really annoying and can hardly be stopped. No collision detection so often times 2 fighters throw different attacks and they spin off of each other.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good to great UFC title

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      While I agree this game is bound to further improve with future additions I think the current playable UFC game by EA is extremely successful. It has seamlessly implemented the controls of THQ's undisputed franchise and mad their own tweaks. If you put this game next to any of the fight night titles it blows them out of the water. Then set up EA UFC next to EA's first go at an MMA game and you wouldn't believe this new game was an EA title. You only smash the buttons if you have no concept of following right hand strikes with left hand strikes. If you are a mixed martial arts fan and enjoy the sport you love and appreciate the progress made to date and the intricacies of it then you will get the hang of this game no problem, forget about any perceived flaws and have fun.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent debut for EA Sports and UFC

      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This is a great game if you are not only a fan of MMA and UFC, but if you are new to it as well. I've been a fan of the series since the first UFC game a few years back and it has gotten better and better through the years. This first incarnation with EA Sports backing it is simply amazing. EA has been the staple in sports games and its about time that they got their hands on this sport. The one thing I would say that has a few things to fix is the submission engine. It seems too weird and just a game, which sort of takes away from the process of submitting a fighter. But overall, a tremendously fun game and great addition to the next gen consoles!

      I would recommend this to a friend

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