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  • Blog Post: Where Is Our EA Sports UFC 2 Review?

    EA Sports UFC 2 is set to launch on next Tuesday, and the review embargo has expired. Unfortunately, we haven't had the chance to adequately test the online portion of the game, so our review isn't quite ready yet. However, we still have some impressions of the game from our playing time so far... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports Gives The Gift Of Bruce Lee This Holiday Season

    The martial arts legend jumped into EA's virtual ring earlier this year as a downloadable character for EA Sports UFC fighting game. Gamers who preorder the title earlier this year received Bruce Lee for free, but now EA is giving everyone the character no matter when you bought the game. Starting... More
  • Blog Post: EA Adds Brock Lesnar And Three Other Fighters To UFC For Free

    EA has added four more fighters to its inaugural UFC offering today. To take advantage of the new additions, you won’t need to spend a dime more. This latest update adds Brock Lesnar, Mark Coleman, Matt Hughes, and Rampage Jackson to the mix. This brings the total of post-launch roster additions... More
  • Blog Post: Free EA Sports UFC Update Includes Three New Fighters

    Its first licensed UFC game won't be the last for EA, and that's why the sports publisher is continuing to hone its craft. Today the company release a free update that adds three fighters to the roster and introduces some new gameplay additions. The new faces entering the cage are bantamweight... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] UFC Demo Pricing Error Fixed, Free Once More

    Update: EA has emailed us about the UFC and FIFA demo pricing errors. As suspected, these were unintentional glitches.[eXcerpt] “The price associated with the FIFA 14 and EA SPORTS UFC demos was due to a technical error," a representative told us via email. "Both demos have now been fixed... More
  • Blog Post: Bruce Lee Shatters The Competition In EA Sports UFC

    During EA’s E3 2014 press conference, we witnessed a battle featuring Bruce Lee showing off the upcoming EA Sports UFC. It featured staggering blows and powerful takedowns, and Lee showed off the massive array of attacks with style and finesse. The new ground system received a ton of focus in addition... More
  • Blog Post: THQ Sues Over Licensing Agreement, Demands All Profits From EA's UFC Game

    THQ might be a shell of its former publishing glory, but the corporation still exists. It's sole purpose is to see the remaining assets divested and as many creditors repaid as possible through the remainder of the bankruptcy . That entity has filed a lawsuit against EA and UFC owner Zuffa, Inc.... More
  • Blog Post: More Fighters Join EA Sports UFC

    EA Sports hasn't talked a lot about the roster of fighters for its self-titled UFC title, but today the company revealed a few female fighters for the next-gen game. EA Sports UFC features bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate, both of which will be playable in the title. For more on... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports UFC Comes Out In Spring

    Today at Gamescom in Germany, EA Sports announced the release timeframe for UFC as well as showed off a little gameplay footage of the fighter. The game will come out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One sometime in the spring of 2014. Creative director Brian Hayes said the game is about 9 months from release... More
  • Blog Post: EA Shows Off Next-Gen Sports Lineup

    We already knew that Madden 25, FIFA 14, NBA Live, and UFC were coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Today, we got a chance to see the four titles in action. NBA Live is coming back with new dribble tech that parts the ball from the hand with every bounce. Madden 25 gameplay was finally on display,... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports Announces Next-Gen Versions of FIFA, Madden, UFC, and NBA Live

    Mega-publisher/developer Electronic Arts took the stage at Microsoft's Xbox One to pull back the curtain on its next-gen sports plans. Electronic Arts made an appearance at the Xbox One reveal event – unlike Sony's February shindig for the PlayStation 4 – and EA Sports' Andrew... More
  • Blog Post: EA Outlines Future For Sports Slate

    Sports has been a huge part of Electronic Arts success, and not surprisingly, it will remain so for the foreseeable future. During yesterday's earnings call the company talked about what's in store for some of its sports franchises. The call referenced fiscal year 2014 (as opposed to the calendar... More
  • Blog Post: Report: EA May Add New Sports Franchises

    Electronic Arts’ chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen said “a couple of new sports franchises” may be added to the developer’s stable of sports games. The revelation came during the Wedbush Technology Conference today. While answering a question about EA’s planned releases... More
  • Blog Post: Tattoo Artist Sues THQ Over Unlicensed Use Of Tattoo

    Tattoo artist Chris Escobedo is suing THQ over the unlicensed use of a tattoo that appears on fighter Carlos Condit in the UFC Undisputed 3. Escobedo is the owner of Elite Tattoo in Arizona, and he created the tattoo that appears on Condit's side. Polygon reports that the tattoo in question is an... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Asks: Who's UFC's 'Most Revolutionary' Fighter?

    Voters will be able to choose between four of the greatest fighters in the history of the Octagon, and one lucky entrant will have the opportunity to meet the winner. The poll is being held at the UFC's website and gives voters the opportunity to choose between Royce Gracie, Anderson Silva, Matt... More
  • Blog Post: Fight Night Team Tackling UFC

    EA Sports revealed the development team behind the Fight Night series at EA Canada is creating the new UFC title from the publisher. At E3 last month, EA announced it acquired the rights to the UFC license from its previous holder THQ. “When we found out that EA and the UFC would be working together... More
  • Blog Post: THQ Sold UFC To EA Because It Wasn't Profitable

    When EA announced that it had acquired the UFC license at its EA press conference, many wondered how it had wrangled it away from THQ, which held the rights to video games based on the popular mixed martial arts league. According to game industry analyst Michael Pachter of Wedbush Morgan, key executives... More
  • Blog Post: THQ Confirms San Diego Studio Layoffs

    After losing the UFC license to EA, THQ announced that it would be laying off a number of developers at its San Diego studio. THQ San Diego recently developed WWE All Stars. A THQ representative said, "THQ confirms that today's announcement regarding the UFC license transition will affect the... More
  • Blog Post: UFC Slips From THQ’s Chokehold, Enters EA’s Octagon

    Today at Electronic Arts’ E3 2012 press conference, the company announced it has entered into a new licensing agreement with the UFC. Previously one of THQs key brands, EA Sports is poised to create multiple mixed martial arts games under the UFC’s banner. After an unenthused fist-bump with... More
  • Blog Post: Submit To These UFC Undisputed 3 DLC Details

    MMA fans itching to get back in the octagon with UFC Undisputed 3 have a lot to look forward to thanks to THQ's ambitious DLC offering. As always, fans can purchase the myriad add-ons à la carte or go in swinging and get it all at a reduced price with the Season Pass. All the goodies can be... More
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