Supremacy MMA, the sports/fighter hybrid that takes a raw, underground look at mixed martial arts, made waves earlier in the week when it revealed two female fighters would appear in the game. Supremacy, pardon the pun, pulls no punches regardless of gender. A woman stands the chance of being beaten bloody, just as…
Supremacy MMA, the underground fighter coming in late spring, will deliver something the two other mixed martial arts console titles don't have: women on the fight card.
Being unlicensed means you can be uncompromising, says Ricci Rukavina. It also means you're unaccountable, especially to those heavily invested in a sport built with violence and blood, who bristle at any association with them.
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"?
Unsanctioned, underground and uncompromising, says the mixed martial arts title Supremacy MMA. It's also unrated as of now, but if it's got a shattered femur flopping around in it, one can expect the game to be rated M.
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.