Another Publisher Gets In On The MMA Craze

505 Games, fresh from putting out the unlicensed pro football challenger Backbreaker, will bring an unlicensed mixed martial arts title to E3, one that promises action more brutal than the UFC or Strikeforce-branded games.

Supremacy MMA, for the Xbox 360 and PS3, will take injuries in a more extreme direction, up to breaking someone's neck. The game is being developed by Kung Fu Factory, which had a hand in UFC 2009 Undisputed, the original Dreamcast UFC, as well as Mortal Kombat: Armageddon. 505 said the game will be shown at E3 this year.

The game's release date has not yet been set.


Comments

    I thought the title was originally MMO craze, and when I read the first paragraph it sounded like there was going to be a UFC-esque MMO.

    I'm actually kind of disappointed now :P

    So anotherwords they're just going for extreme violence for violence sake? Pass. This is the type of game we're really trying to argue against being typical of the 'gamer stereotype'.

    if theyre going for more violence hopefully the gameplay will be a bit more arcade like. with ufc and ea mma going for the sim feel itd be good to see this game a bit more out of control.

    At a time when MMA promotions are still trying to prove they're making the sport safer, the last thing we need is an MMA game with that kind of violence angle. This is pretty dumb.

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