Supremacy MMA touts a motto of "unlicensed, unrestricted and uncompromising," meaning brutal combat and graphic content is part of the game's no-holds barred presentation. But with gameplay rooted more in arcade fighters than sports, should it also add "unrealistic"?
Supremacy MMA, under development by Kung Fu Factory and due in late spring, volunteers that its fight action is not simulation quality. Still, the development studio insists it'll portray MMA with realism, if not athletically then at least with respect to its culture through the game's career mode and cinematics. MMA fans are heavily invested in how their sport is portrayed, and a trailer this past week that tilted toward bloodsport themes riled many.