The critically acclaimed and best-selling MMA videogame franchise returns to take players inside the Octagon™ with UFC® Undisputed™ 3, delivering UFC action focused on intense toe-to-toe combat, impressive visual presentation and increased accessibility.Featuring the addition of PRIDE Mode, a brand new submission system, new ways to finish the fight and increased accessibility through both traditional and simplified gameplay controls, players will experience intense combat and a pure adrenaline rush every time they step inside the Octagon.Players will also experience the excitement of a live UFC event through significant visual improvements – from broadcast to cage-side – through new camera positions and the introduction of much-anticipated fighter entrances.Rounding out the UFC experience with a significantly improved online feature set, including new and updated offerings, UFC Undisputed 3 lets players have their fights – their way – to deliver the most competitive and engaging experience to date for the franchise.
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PRIDE MODE – Compete for the first time within the legendary PRIDE environment featuring official announcers and renowned Japanese MMA league rules, including brutal soccer-style kicks, head stomps and ground knees to the head.
FINISH THE FIGHT – With punishing new moves, a brand new submission system and increased focus on presentation, players will have more options than ever to take advantage of a downed opponent.
FROM BROADCAST TO CAGE-SIDE – Experience the intensity of UFC with new camera positions, compelling fighter entrances, improved facial animations and a gritty, high contrast appearance.
GAMEPLAY ACCESSIBILITY – Get inside the Octagon with a choice between traditional and simplified gameplay control options, enabling players of all skill levels to experience the intensity of UFC while executing simple standing strikes or more complex ground and transition mechanics.
EXTRAORDINARY ROSTER – Go head to head with more than 150 prolific UFC fighters, including the addition of Featherweight and Bantamweight divisions.
EXTENSIVE ONLINE OFFERING – A significantly revamped online experience, including both new and updated features, rounds out the best competitive fighting experience to date for the franchise.
UFC Undisputed 3 is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Got it for my UncleGot this for my Uncle, sports games aren't really my thing but, he likes it so im happy with it.
Date published: 2019-03-15
Rated 4 out of
Fun. Fun!!Good game. Great create a character. Controls are a bit odd. But a lot of fun!
Date published: 2018-09-14
Rated 4 out of
Fun gameGot the game and it's really fun, online sucks but I never play it anyway, creating a fighter is so fun and it's something to do when bored. Highly recommend
Date published: 2017-07-12
Rated 5 out of
Awesome and fun gameAlthough there is no online anymore, the game if fun to play against people and against the CPU. The career mode is very fun and can last long. Even though you only get 48 fights. I also like that they included old fighters from the UFC and the integration of pride as well.
Date published: 2014-06-14
Rated 1 out of
Turning it inThis game is TERRIBLE! I made an account just to review this game. I won't go to the negatives yet because it has a few good features. The diversity of characters is good along with adding Pride. I like the arenas and graphics along with the sound. Makes everything feel good and actually at a UFC venue. Now to the TERRIBLE, which is the actual Gameplay itself.. The ground game is ridiculous, I can't believe THQ released it so broken. I haven't ever gotten angry at a video game, but I saw myself yelling at the TV to transition. It makes the game virtually unplayable. Also, the connection to online is beyond a joke. Overall, looks nice, some good features, but the actual game is trash
Date published: 2013-06-05
Rated 4 out of
ONE AWSOME GAME!!!! Needs a few changes!!This game is such an amazing game!!! By far better then the other two. Like most games though its got its UP'S its up's and its downs. Here are the downs....1. Commentary, Joe Rogan and Mike Golberg just say the same thing EVERY FIGHT!! its gets really annoying, 2. BRING THE VOICES BACK!! Its better in Career mode when you can interview in your voice!!! 3. Why can other fighters in career mode fight at 45 but you can only fight til you turn 30?? maybe 40 can be the limit?? 4. the difficulty once you get past EXPERIENCED its IMPOSSIBLE to win the fight!!! 5. How come your able to end a fight so well make it more realistic and harder to knock someone out!!! and finally 6. Make event mode EXACTLY like the UFC fights put the T.V logo on the bottom show them training back stage and coming from backstage to the octagon like on T.V. The best things about this game is Career Mode and The Graphics They are both so good!!!! Pride makes the career mode so much better even fighting in the tournament and the graphics look spot on real!!! oh ya and one other bad thing i forgot is they don't have that many first names!!! i still rate this a 9 of all its flaws and i DO HIGHLY recommend this game to ALL GAMERS BIG TIME OR LITTLE TIMING GAMERS!!!
Date published: 2012-12-02
Rated 4 out of
Upgrade from 2010This game is deffinently an upgrade from 2010. The additions of Mid section and Leg Knockouts make it feel very satisfying to a strategic player like myself. In previous games i'd chop away at a CPU or friends legs or ribs in a match and never seemed to do anything besides leave myself open for face shots. So adding KO's to the legs & mid sections is a nice addition. Ring entrances, Customizing banners & new weight classes are awesome additions too. I like the fact they implemented use of the cage. Pride FC is alright. My BIGGEST issue is the transition game on higher difficulties still feels very unrealistic. The CPU on expert or Ultimate literally knows exactly what I'm going to do before i do it. Whether it's Transitions on Ground or Clinch or just stand up striking. They sway almost everything like watching Roy Jones Sways x10. Another issue is the very repetitive career mode. While it is cool that fighters "Finally" get older as years progress, there ratings don't seem to decline at all with age. Plus career mode has very little subtance as usual. You can train your fighters attributes, learn moves at camps, use a Game plan, switch divisions, fight in Pride,Make a Custom banner, Level up Sponsors,etc.. but with all that said, they need to implement a Career mode with a little bit better overall presentation, have post/pre- fight interviews(Think they had this in 2010), the ability to do interviews at any point to start a rivalry & other reasons. A Managament Mode would be a cool idea. The ability to control merchandise & ticket prices, as well as putting together each ppv & event & being able to play any match whenever you feel like, as well as scouting & signing new talent to the ufc. Would be cool but it's just an idea. Anyway overall it is a Good game but the reptitive commentary from previous games,lack of subtance in career & Overpowering CPU on higher difficulties is what keeps it from Great. New comers will love this game as it's highly addicting & new to them, but I've been playing these games since Undisputed 2009 came out & it really does feel a bit the same & very repetitive.
Date published: 2012-09-24
Rated 4 out of
very addicting gameLOVE THE GAME so many moves for each character love new weight classes my fav game this year so far and also sleepin dogs too..lol ufc is so life like ppl look real the moves just fun alot to learn i suggest t o practice alot or get tapped out..lol game has like 180 ppl in it so and millions of things to unlock..i didnt play first 2 but i love this game i cant put it down BJ PENN is a beast ..buy it