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published Monday, Feb 20th

UK Chart: UFC Undisputed 3 Fights To The Top

UFC Undisputed 3 debuts at the top of the UK Top 40 this week, despite having the least successful launch of the franchise so far. UFC Undisputed 2010 came in at second during its launch week and yet pulled more sales, whilst UFC 2009: Undisputed  gathered over three times the copies sold in launch week than the latest release.

Last week’s number one, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning drops out of the top ten completely, landing at twelfth place following a 63% drop in sales.

FIFA 12 (+21%) and Modern Warfare 3 (+29%) take second and third place respectively. Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (+94%) grabs fourth, up from tenth with a 94 percent sales increase aided by the new 3DS version. Battlefield 3 (+10%) climbs to fifth, while Final Fantasy XIII-2 (-42%) drops four places to sixth. Skylanders (+65%) jumps seven places to its highest ever position at seventh. The Darkness II (-43%) consolidates it’s position at eighth, while Skyrim (+1%) holds the ninth spot for the second consecutive week. Just Dance 3 (+9%) moves up two places to complete the top ten.

GFK Chart-Track

published Tuesday, Nov 02nd

EA Sports MMA

With its growing popularity, it is almost no surprise that sports gaming giants Electronic Arts (EA) want a slice of the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) action. It’s been two years in the making but finally this year they’ve released EA Sports MMA into the ring to go toe-to-toe with the superb UFC Undisputed 2010.

published Friday, May 28th

UFC Undisputed 2010 Review

Last year, UFC 2009 Undisputed arrived onto consoles and finally gave fans of the sport of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) a worthy videogame. Along the way, it even found itself some new followers. So with one success under its wing it was no surprise that the developers announced a sequel to follow in 2010, with the aim to further improve on the winning formula. But will it fall into the trap of most yearly sports titles and offer little more than a roster update, or will it truly set a benchmark for fighting simulations?