EA UFC is here. This is our review.
So here we are, friends, fighting game enthusiasts and those that fall into the “other” category. About four years ago around this time, we were fawning over the EA MMA screenshots and videos trickling out of E3, and while many loved EA’s initial foray into MMA. It died a slow death, didn’t it? UFC 3 dropped a few months before the official funeral of EA MMA in 2012, which means we haven’t had a proper new MMA game release for 2.5 years. Man. That’s the second longest break between MMA games since Tito Ortiz was on top of the world. For what it’s worth, this is the first UFC videogame to not have Tito Ortiz featured. I don’t know what that means, I don’t even really care, I never used Tito or would use Tito outside of a random selection, I guess I just wanted to get all #SportsFact in the opening paragraph on your ass.