Supremacy MMA News Post

Kotaku has posted a very good Supremacy MMA article where Jens Pulver, the first lightweight champion in UFC history, explains where he sees Supremacy MMA, fitting in with the likes of EA Sports MMA and UFC Undisputed, among other things with Owen Good.

"Being unlicensed means you can be uncompromising, says Ricci Rukavina. It also means you're unaccountable, especially to those heavily invested in a sport built with violence and blood, who bristle at any association with them.

Rukavina's studio, Kung Fu Factory, sparked controversy when it released a trailer for Supremacy MMA, the fighting game it plans to deliver in late spring. The video ends with a fighter cavorting on a blood-soaked plywood floor, writhing in pain, his shattered leg wobbling grotesquely.

"Licenses typically don't have gameplay as a No. 1 priority," Rukavina told me. Kung Fu Factory is, as many studios say, making the game its fight-fan staff wants to play. "They don't have the gamer in mind. It's always ‘oh, you can't do this, no the fighters can't look this way, hey, we're going for this rating. All of that got to a point where we said let's make our own game.'"

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