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Ultimate Fighting Championship

Platform : Sega Dreamcast
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4 customer reviews

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  • Officially licensed game of the Ultimate Fighting Championship
  • Over 30 fighting styles include boxing, king fu, wrestling, and tae kwon do
  • Realistic matches end in tap-outs, takedowns, submissions, knockouts,ref calls, and more
  • Features official UFC announcer Bruce buffer and referee Big John McCarthy
  • Several play modes: tournament, career, vs., training mode, and create-a-character
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Game Information

  • Platform: Sega Dreamcast
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00004WCK2
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 11.8 x 2.2 cm ; 159 g
  • Release Date: 8 Dec. 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,846 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

What do you get when you cross boxing, Aikido, Greco-Roman wrestling, and more than 25 other fighting styles? If you answered Ultimate Fighting Championship, you're correct (if you answered by cowering under a desk, we don't blame you). This is not some soap opera of thrown chairs and unrealistic moves. Two fighters and a referee enter the Octagon--the UFC's caged, eight-sided ring--where the fighters meld martial-arts styles to receive points for hits, holds, and take-downs.

Ultimate Fighting Championship features over 20 of the top UFC fighters with their specific moves and likenesses. You'll string 3,000 moves and 1,200 combos into devastating attacks. Training mode allows you to learn the martial-arts discipline or combine moves of different schools.

Amazon.co.uk Review

"I have conquered the business world, now I must conqueror the physical world, I must become the Ultimate Fighting Machine." If you find yourself saying this on a regular basis, perhaps it's time to leave the rather subdued world of WWF and head toward something a little tougher, such as Ultimate Fighting Championship.

For the un-initialised, Ultimate Fighting Championship wrestling is a no-holds barred fighting game that sees two or more opponents in a wire cage beating each other up any way they can. Kicking, punching, boxing, wrestling and martial arts are all accepted forms of battle.

The gameplay represents this, and apart from having a number of celebrity fighters from the real sport, it allows you to make your own hero from scratch with its own fighting style.

The gameplay itself is similar to the standard wrestling game with the only difference being that the matches are a lot shorter.

While this game doesn't amount to the best wrestling experience on Dreamcast, it is great fun and hearty fodder for after the pub.

If you're looking for a way to let out that pent-up aggression, then look no further than Ultimate Fighting Championship. -- Stuart Miles


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Gallon on 13 Oct. 2002
Admittedly it seems a bit dull when u first play it , especially for tekken/dead or alive players but if you keep at it then it can be one of the most rewarding games going. The depth of moves is massive and if you get two experienced human players together fights can last for the full 3 rounds. With all the crappy wwf titles out this is like the mecca of wresling games. Shame it didn't have the recognition it deserves.
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By A Customer on 24 Oct. 2000
Ultimate Fighting Championship is based upon the world of bare-knuckled fighting. The fighters incorporate moves from different genres of fighting(ie Karate, Judo, Sumo). This 'sport' is banned in 49 of the 50 american states and is the perfect event for a video game. The playstation and Dreamcast versions both feature superb graphics, but that 128bit Dreamcast engine makes UFC look spectacular! The sound plays an important part and the effect is added to as bones break and fighters scream in pain in eery realism. The actual moves look fantastic with holds, punches and kicks looking frightingly real! The fighters all have different techniques, so it should take a while to learn them all. a sure fire hit on both Playstation and Dreamcast, only floored through its lack of longetivity.
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When I first heard this was to be released as a videogame on the Dreamcast, I thought to myself I gotta get this. Any fan of wrestling, Kung Fu or Boxing must look at this game. There are many charachters including many hidden ones. Each Fighter has their own unique fighing style. The graphics mirror most Dreamcast games hence they are superb! The fights however are very short and the player will spend a lot of time getting beaten up! However the many play modes and characters and fighting styles make up for this. Buy it now!
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By A Customer on 7 April 2001
Graphically this game is superb. But it is lacking in gameplay. For starters, the difficulty level is too hard for beginners and the fights seem to be over too soon. Fans of wrestling games will enjoy this but if your looking for a good beat-em-up buy the excellent Soul Calibre instead.
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