Ring Fighters


#1

Man so hyped for this. It’ll be nice to take a break from Kens to taking on strings of GSPs online. The “ultimate fighting control” sounds intriguing.

“You’ll use the right stick to initiate grapples and follow up with different movements on the right stick to adjust your positioning and maneuver around your pinned enemy. The system offers a good amount of flexibility, although at the moment it takes some getting used to. You’ll perform the various adjustments and repositioning with circular motions on the right analog stick, which can be tricky to gauge. The stick also comes into play for countering, which, once initiated, requires you to quickly spin the stick around. Developer Yuke’s is trying some interesting things with the system that seem to have potential.”

[UFC 2009 Undisputed: New fighters and control tweaks"]UFC 2009 Undisputed Update: New Fighters and Control Tweaks](http://www.gamespot.com/xbox360/action/ufc2009undisputed/news.html?sid=6202629&part=rss&subj=6202629)

Hope this tops Pride FC for PS2.

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Also Fight Night Round 4. Kid Dynamite Baby! They took out the parry’s from what I’ve read. That’s fine with me, I didn’t even use that feature, just footwork and bob and weave counters. I am not proud to admit but I rage quitted on one of the live matches in FN Rd. 3, man those guys on there are insane. I fought a B-Hop(Bernard Hopkins) online and he was moving speeds that I didn’t think possible in that game, needless to say I pussed out. Man that was rough. So lag’s obviously not a problem. Wonder if Mayweather’s gonna be in.

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#2

nice try @ embedding


#3

Know I don’t feel as bad about flurking up my username. YES!


#4

Sorry bro’s, mercy street.


#5

Well you should mother esshole.


#6

Whoops I’m bombed on Master Kush right now. Yeah now who’s the funny guy. Cue foghorn.


#7

WTF, my word catched on? I’ve been using flurk as a general word kinda like “smurf” for the smurfs or as a swear for like the longest time, spreading it to my small group of friends… It became a popular in-joke. Did it spread onto the internet, or do I know you? Or is this some crazy coincidence? Is it an actual word in some country or something? :looney:


#8

I got it from The Simpsons, from Kang or Kodos “Holy flurkin schnit.” Man how The Simpsons have gone down the drain.


#9

Apparently there’s also going to be tiers for Undisputed. That’s a pretty fat roster and some of the guys could change weight classes too. Hopefully turns out at least decent, and everyone has their actual stance instead of being just southpaw.

Lightweight:

  1. BJ Penn
  2. Kenny Florian
  3. Sean Sherk
  4. Tyson Griffin
  5. Gray Maynard
  6. Joe Stevenson
  7. Diego Sanchez
  8. Thiago Tavares
  9. Frankie Edgar
  10. Hermes Franca
  11. Joe Lauzon
  12. Roger Huerta
  13. Clay Guida
  14. Nate Diaz
  15. Josh Neer
  16. Mac Danzig
  17. Efrain Escudero
  18. Phillipe Nover

Welterweight:

  1. Georges St. Pierre
  2. Thiago Alves
  3. Matt Hughes
  4. Matt Serra
  5. Jon Fitch
  6. Mike Swick
  7. Josh Koscheck
  8. Marcus Davis
  9. Dustin Hazelett
  10. Josh Burkman
  11. Rory Markham
  12. Anthony Johnson
  13. Yoshiyuki Yoshida
  14. Tamdan McCrory
  15. Dan Hardy
  16. Luigi Fiorvanti
  17. Jonathan Goulet
  18. Luke Cummo

Middleweight:

  1. Anderson Silva
  2. Thales Leites
  3. Demian Maia
  4. Michael Bisping
  5. Patrick Cote
  6. Dean Lister
  7. Yushin Okami
  8. Chris Leben
  9. Goran Reljic
  10. Wilson Gouveia
  11. Kendall Grove
  12. Ryo Chonan
  13. Nathan Marquardt
  14. CB Dollaway
  15. Nate Quarry
  16. Ricardo Almeida
  17. Jason McDonald
  18. Martin Kampmann

Light heavyweight:

  1. Forrest Griffin
  2. Rashad Evans
  3. Lyoto Machida
  4. Thiago Silva
  5. Wanderlei Silva
  6. Quinton Jackson
  7. Dan Henderson
  8. Rich Frankin
  9. Chuck Liddell
  10. Keith Jardine
  11. Mauricio Rua
  12. Mark Coleman
  13. Brandon Vera
  14. Matt Hamill
  15. Stephan Bonnar
  16. Ryan Bader
  17. Vinicius Magalhaes

Heavyweight:

  1. Brock Lesnar
  2. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
  3. Frank Mir
  4. Randy Couture
  5. Gabriel Gonzaga
  6. Shane Carwin
  7. Cheick Kongo
  8. Heath Herring
  9. Josh Hendricks
  10. Cain Velasquez
  11. Mostapha Al-Turk
  12. Christian Wellisch
  13. Denis Stojnic
  14. Jake O’Brien
  15. Neil Wain
  16. Scott Junk

#10

True that… It used to be so good :sad:
Hm, if I was watching Simpsons before I started using that word I’d think I had gotten it subcounsiously… But I did not, so it’s just a coincidence I guess.

Anyway, better be a bit on topic too… Are games like this anything like traditional 3d fighting games? I’ve honestly never tried one, but I do like trying out all the fighters I can get my hands on… Maybe I should look into it.
Graphics seems pretty nifty.


#11

I honestly don’t think this game will be that great, just like with boxing games. A lot of this sport comes from natural reaction and its hard/ impossible to capture that in a game. And also when someone is rated higher than another person its almost impossible to win.


#12

MMA games like this are usually a lot easier to sidestep and pacing is alot different because there aren’t any projectile attacks and srks to spam. If you can, check out the UFC game for Dreamcast, it’s one of the best and the Pride FC (not 2003 Grand Prix) game for PS2. Combos aren’t as complex as SF, but if they do this game right it’s gonna be pretty damn complicated.

Really you didn’t like the Fight Nights? Man they were some of the best boxing games, I’m glad that they got rid of the parries because who the fuck could swat Iron Mike’s punches aside like so many flies? But yeah FN RD. 4 has a better chance at being a good game vs. UFC because there’s too much stuff to cover for MMA that can’t possibly be done with due to the limitations of the controllers but the Ultimate Fighting Control could possibly be a step in the right direction.