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Few sports are growing in popularity with quite the dramatic upshoot seen in mixed martial arts. And when you think MMA, Ultimate Fighting Championship is the first brand that comes to mind. On the heels of THQ's success with UFC Undisputed 2009, the publisher returns with an update. Marissa Meli put in her fair share of time on both last year's game and UFC Undisputed 2010, and according to her, it's a game that improves some spots, overlooks a few deficiencies, but overall, if you're an MMA fan, you'll have a much better time than if you're a gamer who dabbles in UFC. Here's one of her musings:
"Instead of seven years, your fighter's career will now last a dozen. To accommodate the extended length, you are now able to move into different weight classes once you've dominated your starting category. This is especially welcome after bout after bout of defending your belt against the same fighters. Instead of being forced to stick with two techniques (i.e., boxing and wrestling), you can invite trainers from other camps to teach you moves from other disciplines -- including brand-new techniques like Sambo and Karate. What you want to learn, and when you want to learn it, is up to you."
Still interested in checking it out? Read her review to learn more!