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Supremacy MMA Xbox 360

Supremacy MMA Xbox 360

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A Brutal and Disappointing Brawl: Supremacy MMA Xbox 360 Review

Title: A Brutal and Disappointing Brawl: Supremacy MMA Xbox 360 Review


Supremacy MMA for Xbox 360 promised to deliver an intense and realistic mixed martial arts (MMA) experience. As a fan of the sport, I was excited to dive into the world of bone-crushing fights and strategic combat. However, after spending considerable time with the game, I found myself sorely disappointed. In this review, I will delve into the various aspects of Supremacy MMA, highlighting its strengths and weaknesses, ultimately leading to a star rating.

Graphics and Visuals:

One of the first things that struck me about Supremacy MMA was its lackluster graphics. The character models lack detail and appear stiff and robotic during fights. The environments are also uninspiring, with repetitive textures and limited interactivity. While the blood and gore effects are decently executed, they fail to compensate for the overall lack of visual polish. Considering the capabilities of the Xbox 360, I expected a more visually immersive experience.

Gameplay and Controls:

The gameplay mechanics in Supremacy MMA are a mixed bag. On one hand, the combat system offers a wide range of moves and techniques, allowing players to execute various strikes, grapples, and submissions. The controls are relatively easy to grasp, making it accessible for both casual and experienced players. However, the execution of these moves often feels clunky and unresponsive, leading to frustrating moments during fights. The lack of fluidity and precision greatly hampers the overall enjoyment of the game.

Career Mode and Content:

Supremacy MMA's career mode attempts to provide a narrative-driven experience, allowing players to create and develop their own fighter. While the concept is intriguing, the execution falls flat. The storylines are poorly written and fail to engage the player, making it difficult to feel invested in the character's journey. Additionally, the lack of depth in the career mode, limited customization options, and repetitive fight scenarios make it feel shallow and uninspired. The absence of licensed fighters and organizations further diminishes the game's appeal.

Multiplayer and Online Features:

The multiplayer aspect of Supremacy MMA offers some respite from the disappointing single-player experience. Engaging in online matches against friends or other players can be enjoyable, especially when the connection is stable. However, the limited player base and lack of matchmaking options can make finding opponents a challenge. The absence of additional online features, such as tournaments or leaderboards, further detracts from the game's longevity.

Sound and Commentary:

The sound design in Supremacy MMA is passable but fails to leave a lasting impression. The punches and kicks lack impact, and the crowd reactions feel generic and repetitive. The commentary during fights is lackluster, with repetitive lines and a lack of depth in analysis. While not a major flaw, it adds to the overall mediocrity of the game.

Star Rating: 2 out of 5 stars


Supremacy MMA for Xbox 360 falls short of its promises to deliver an immersive and realistic MMA experience. The lackluster graphics, clunky gameplay mechanics, shallow career mode, and limited online features all contribute to a disappointing overall package. While the game may provide some fleeting moments of enjoyment, it fails to capture the essence of the sport and lacks the depth and polish expected from a modern fighting game. Unless you are a die-hard MMA fan desperate for any fighting game fix, it is best to steer clear of Supremacy MMA.

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