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6.5

Mixed or average reviews- based on 70 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 43 out of 70
  2. Negative: 18 out of 70

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  1. Feb 26, 2011
    10
    This game is simply awesome!!!The great new submission system, takedown system and clinch system are only a few of the great things that make up this trerrific game. Combine that with a less clunky career mode and you've got a game that no mma fan should miss.
  2. Feb 26, 2011
    10
    This game improves on ufc 2009 to create a great MMA game. And this is easily the most satisfying mma game ever created. If you are a fan of devastating Ko's and brutal submissions do not thinks twice to pick this game up.
  3. Aug 23, 2010
    0
    Improves over the original while still keeping some of the nagging flaws of the previous game. If you are a huge MMA fan like myself or hell even a fighting game fan in general, there is a lot to love here. They added in sways and counter punches into the mix to make the striking more in-depth. Also they did some tweaking to the grappling, however it is still a bit of a pain to get the controls of the over all ground game and grappling game down. Having to use the right joystick to control which way you try to control or grapple in or off the ground still just doesn't feel as fluid as it should. It has a more in depth character creation mode as well. Now it lets you kind of pick and chose what moves you would like to learn over the course of your career mode. Also making a lot more character interaction throughout the career mode such as calling other fighters out and giving respect to other rights, etc. Weather you chose to be a bad boy or a laid back fighter really doesn't change much at all though. Also, they decided to make it more of a pain to train your fighting stats in the career mode. If you don't get your stats XX number and keep training them, than they start to decrease like mad! So that seems to leave you with too much micromanaging your characters and makes it more of a stressful affair than the fun it should be.

    They added a arcade type of mode which is a very welcome addition to the mix, where you just start at the bottom of the ranks and work your way up the ladder till you get to fight the champion at the top. You win, you get the belt and then you unlock title mode. Very welcome modes.

    Of course, the most fun you can have out of this game is multiplayer. It is fun to play locally assuming both players know what they are doing. It supports a very in-depth online play mode. However...I never got to experience it. Due to they wanted to charge you to be able to play the whole thing online (what a joke). Overall I did really enjoy the game. I would have enjoyed the career mode much more, if it wasn't such a pain to manage your fighter. Paying for online play is just stupid. Still very good game and HOPE they learn from some of its flaws and comeback with a even better game next year.
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84

Generally favorable reviews - based on 70 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 65 out of 70
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  1. 100
    And that's what makes Undisputed 2010 such a success: it addresses the problems of the past while making subtle improvements that make the product better. The graphics are crisper, the animations are better, and several new tweaks make the actual fighting more enjoyable. Even the menu system and user interface is cleaner and easier to navigate.
  2. UFC 2010 is an absolute knockout of a game and despite a few minor disappointments, I can wholeheartedly recommend it to pretty much anyone that's even remotely interested.
  3. It's difficult to describe every single new feature but once you start playing and see all the new positions, mechanics, and modes, you'll really see how THQ set the bar even higher this year.