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  • MikeOkizard - June 22, 2012 5:13 p.m.

    "Hopefully, it(EA buying up the UFC License) will mix the best things about THQ and EA's own games, to create the best MMA game yet". Yes because EA being the ONLY company allowed to make NFL games over the past 10 years has led to incredible innovations with Madden on a yearly basis........right? Wait, what? They just release the same game every year with new rosters and improved grass detail because they know fans will buy whatever they crap out? Hmmmmmmm, not really getting my hopes too high for any kind of innovation or improvements. Probably won't buy another MMA game until their rights run out, which will be never...
  • TartanSpartan01 - June 23, 2012 2:07 p.m.

    yeah im feeling kinda mixed, im glad in the way that i can take some comfort knowing it will be at least an 8 out of 10 game i reckon,the improved graphics,online that works(unbelievable thq still cant get it right,ruined my record and reset it),the presentation,more bang for your buck etc. But then...its EA. Yearly updates with minor changes until they run out of ideas, then they start removing gameplay mechanics to give the impression of something new(fifa 12 defending/tackling also the first fifa game i havnt bought in the last few years since they overtook PES) and recyling the same idea and presenting it as something new (fifa 12 again with the jostling off the ball crap).Its the fact they seem to do this with every franchise,i feel sometimes quality is comprimised for a yearly update an the chance to get their annual payment from the fans. That being said,im looking forward to what they do with the license,and i think they'll do a better job than thq so long as they dont reinvent the wheel to much.
  • MasterBhater - June 24, 2012 7:49 a.m.

    Don't start hating until actual footage is released, man. Who knows, maybe it'll be good!