Real Player Motion - New cutting-edge animation technology makes every move, strike, and combination more realistic, responsive, and rewarding. G.O.A.T. Career Mode - Build hype to gain fans and create rivalries that capture the world’s attention. Then fight to dominate the Octagon.Real Player Motion - New cutting-edge animation technology makes every move, strike, and combination more realistic, responsive, and rewarding. G.O.A.T. Career Mode - Build hype to gain fans and create rivalries that capture the world’s attention. Then fight to dominate the Octagon. Multiplayer Mode - New customizable multiplayer modes let you and your friends face off with highlight-reel knockouts.
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UFC 3 - Career Mode Reveal Gameplay
Feb 18, 2018The best game in the series so far, with lots of modes and a revamped and captivating Career mode. EA made a great job both on the graphics side, with a great rendition of all the players, and the gameplay, improving all the systems and making it more accessible to newbies too.
Jan 30, 2018By building on its already strong foundation and adding meaningful new gameplay and modes, UFC 3 delivers a terrific MMA experience from top to bottom. Whether you want to play against a friend in a single bout or develop a fighter from local favorite to greatest all time, UFC 3 allows you to live out the fantasy of stepping into the Octagon like never before.
Feb 2, 2018While EA Sports usually manages to avoid the “fullprice update” moniker with its yearly franchise iterations, UFC 3 (on a two year cycle, after all) can’t escape the update screams. There is progress, but the better presentation aside nothing that in the end couldn’t have been put in a patch for the predecessor.
Feb 5, 2018UFC 3 is a title with more strengths than weaknesses. Its basic commands are responsive and allow the player to unleash their creativity in order to knock out their opponent. Although mastering the demolitions is not easy, if you manage to overcome the frustration and control your impulses, at the end of the day you can subdue any opponent.
Jan 31, 2018EA went back to the gym with UFC 3 to work on many of the weaknesses that had the previous two games struggling to find their footing. A fantastic new striking system and a much-improved career mode lead the charge, but UFC 3 is still hamstrung by a cumbersome ground game, weird collision issues, and the straight-up terrible Ultimate Team Mode. It’s still not a knockout, but Round 3 is UFC’s best yet.
Official Xbox Magazine UKApr 3, 2018Takes all comers in a stand-up fight, but somewhat flounders on the ground.
Jan 30, 2018This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Career mode is light years ahead of last years release. The goal isn’t just to fight and win a championship, the goal is to become the Greatest of all Time (G.O.A.T.). Depending on the difficulty level you choose, this can either be fairly easy to achieve or it could be downright impossible. Once you have achieved it, a new difficulty is unlocked called Legendary that is very unforgiving and keeps you from being able to restart a fight if you got the crap beat out of you.… Expand
Jun 10, 2018Melhor em todos os aspectos
Modo carreira mais imersivo
Gráficos impressionantes Opção de finalização simples ou o no modo antigo maisMelhor em todos os aspectos
Modo carreira mais imersivo
Opção de finalização simples ou o no modo antigo mais complexo.
Jogabilidade muito boa .
O game ficou mais estratégico ..… Expand
Mar 2, 2021Holy cow this game is amazing for my first UFC video game. This game is so fun and a great introduction into UFC games. The career mode isHoly cow this game is amazing for my first UFC video game. This game is so fun and a great introduction into UFC games. The career mode is really fun and watching all the UFC Minutes makes it just the more realistic. The career mode is great i just wish they changed up the champions every now and then because i don't wanna fight a 60 year old Michael Bisping for the Championship because it's not realistic. But other than that tiny complaint the career mode is cool, i also like the introduction of knockout mode with Snoop Dogg as one of the commentators. Another thing i don't like about the game is that the commentators are very limited in what they have to say so they overreact to jabs or light leg kicks. UFC 3s ultimate team mode is just as maddens with meaningless challenges for better upgrades. It seems more pay to win but it doesn't bring the game down, just the game mode itself. Overall i love this game and i'd recommend it to anyone who wants to get a UFC game.… Expand
Feb 6, 2018UFC 3
I appreciate its attempts, but its just not fun.
UFC is a pretty bare bones game.. theres a microtransaction filled card basedUFC 3
I appreciate its attempts, but its just not fun.
UFC is a pretty bare bones game.. theres a microtransaction filled card based ultimate team mode, a fight mode both local and online, a career mode, and a create a fighter option.
Career mode is one of the better career modes in a sports game, there are rivalries, and time management as youre putting your character through different camps to learn different moves and earn perks throughout for fighting career on your path to be the greates of all time. Aka the goat as the kids would say.. There are cutscenes here and there but longshot from madden has changed the game in terms of campaign and career modes…
so if there isn’t a real story, get this garbage out of here.
Just kidding, its not garbage.. its fun building your character up, but still, this game is lacking substance and a proper campaign woudlve gave this game just that..
Online here had a few hickups with lagging, but most of the time worked fine..
But now lets dive deep into the actual mechanics.
As a mixed martial artist myself I appreciated what the team was trying to achieve with its different systems for stand up and ground, but ultamtely found the balance here to be unrealistic.
UFC 3 is a stamina based fighting game.. on paper that sounds great
You have to know when to block, and know when to strike
When your character is low on stamina they become vulnerable for a knockout, all of this is true for real fighting
You lose stamina by missing shots or just straight up striking, no issue there.. this again forces balance.. it forces you to pick your shots… however this system is highly in favor of a defensive player like this is boxing or point karate.. which it isn’t.. this is cage fighting
Power is going into strikes here, these arnt love taps
It makes no sense for my character to get in dozens of unanswered strikes while my opponent just absorbs them all and im now at the disadvantage for using up all of my stamina…
Being hit with a clean strike should effect opponents stamina as it does in an actual fight
But it doesn’t, their stimana is only effected when theyre striking back
I am happy with the detail put into the stand up game though, youre able to move your head with the right stick, switch stance at any moment, every character has their own move set to stop them feeling completely the same even though at the end of the day.. every character handles identically.. slight alterations in their move sets do give the fighters a bit of personality..
This fighting system is not beginner friendly though..
It takes a lot of memorizing combinations and commands for roundhouse, front kick, side kicks, jab, uppercut , if youre going to strike with lead, if youre going for body or head when you hold down a certain shoulder button.. it takes practice and then you have to learn to balance the stamina..
What im not happy with though is the ground game…
its just not fun, it’s a game of stopping transitions and positioning yourself to be able to attempt a submission which takes you to a mini game of blocking escape attempts and flicking the left stick before your opponent to get to the next step of the submission, but there is thankfully a setting to turn it into a button mashing game, or a stand up only knock out mode if youre against ground game completely… but there is also submission only if you want to play around with the confusing mini game that is the ground game here…
UFC 3 has promise with its attention to detail…
but its stamina system needs balance that favors offensive and defensive players equally and a nice story mode wouldn’t hurt either.… Expand
Aug 17, 2020Improved customization and animations from previous title. No improvements to interface, primarily option menus (issue with all EA games) andImproved customization and animations from previous title. No improvements to interface, primarily option menus (issue with all EA games) and grappling. I appreciate the effort..(?) but 4 fights into my career and I’m once again rage-quitting every grapple training session. It forces you to invest XP in grappling defense attributes, even though you may not want to build that way. I don’t mind the “mini games”, but the initiations, transitions, and reversals are still bad. I like how they’re trying to show the depth of clinch and grapple skills in MMA, but you can’t have your cake and eat it too. It’s like they decided to add complex grapple/clinch mechanics, then do everything to 180 and dumb it all down. It just leads to a convoluted mess. The career mode is a bit more fleshed out. I like how they incorporated the social element of the sport. It feels like you have a bit more control over what specific attributes/moves you want your fighter to possess. I haven’t tried a second play through yet, but I also think they could’ve done worse with the beginning “story” elements and so on. I just hope you’re able to skip that “tutorial” process in future play throughs. You do get your moneys worth in cosmetics. Literally because you could just buy all of them. All that being said - these are criticisms I had of the previous titles as well. If you’re looking for a new MMA/fight sim to waste your time on, this will do it. Or if you’re just looking to replace UFC 3 with something a bit more fresh. But that’s the case with every EA Sports title. You’re essentially paying for what could be DLC updates. New cosmetics, roster updates, and micro transactions. They added a few new tattoos and music options, but kept the nightmare interface. No more Gameface? Also, I feel like there are maybe 3 “normal” hairstyles. The rest are just meme looks or about 7 different kinds of bald/balding.. for some reason (shoutout Cowboy). If you’re used to the disappointing lack of new content with EA Sports titles, or just follow MMA and want a UFC game, I would recommended you buy this game. If you’re a more casual fan - I would wait to find this game on sale. You can get the same fix from UFC… Expand