UFC Sudden Impact (OMG old!)


#1

…anyone used to play this game? The RPS fighting engine is pretty spiffy, and hella’ deep.

Anyone remember tiers for the actual fighters or the Fighting Style tiers?

I just picked it up just a few days ago, since I enjoyed the DC versions.

…it’s also a nice way to pass the time to get ready for UFC 2009. :woot:


#2

Frank Shamrock and Tito Ortiz were tops followed by Gary Goodridge and Tsuyoshi Kasaka.


#3

isnt this the shitty ufc game? also how did a premium member get full neg lol.


#4

I thought he was talking about the DC games and this rep came from being singled out because I was murdering some lames in a certain thread and they got some prems to go off on my rep.

Rep doesn’t really mean shit to me though.


#5

no, I’m talking about the PS2 game, which plays similar to the DC games, only a tad more refined.

at the time, the simplistic gameplay masked a pretty deep engine.

sure, you could wail on the buttons like a scrub, but like Virtua Fighter, seeing two experts play was really almost like artistic. it was really strategic.

Sudden Impact has these Create-a-Fighter styles…OMG Sumo has this flurry of punches from the top (like LP, RP * 4); scary shit, but punch counterable all the same…some of the hybrid styles are lame, like the H.S.Factory (Submissions).

I’m having fun just creating fighters now.

I also agree that Ortiz and Shamrock are really good, with their thorough movesets.


#6

Does this one pro wrestling as a style like the DC one?


#7

yeah it has pro wrestling and regular olympic-style wrestling.

pro wrestling’s pretty buff in this game as a style.