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UFC Undisputed 2010

By Brett Molina, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Intense, brutal, and bloody ultimate fighting sim.

Game PSP , PlayStation 3 , Xbox 360 2010
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this game.

Community Reviews

age 11+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 2+

You knew what the game when you got it

I'm sick and tired of people (mostly the people who run this website) moan and complain "this is inappropriate" blah blah. IT'S A GAME. So what if it has violence or blood in it? Humans are violent, humans have blood. Plain and simple. If you didn't buy this game for you child because you say what "common sense" said about it, you're just stupid.
age 15+

Its a Fighting game. whats in question?

This game is exactly what you think it is and Infinitely better than the last version. You can play all 4 different weight levels and the major characters from each division (if you follow UFC) which is Fun! In Career Mode you can create a character, train certain areas to get as good as you can until Dana White approaches you to ask to be in the Octagon. If you fail, you go back to training, if you win you continue on in the challenges while still having to train. You can also have just regular fights between many characters in the basic 3 5min rounds. I am quite surprised in the thought that went into the game and you actually I actually did have to take the tutorials to learn how to use the characters properly for Holds, grabs, escapes, certain moves etc. There is blood in the octagon that you see on characters faces and the floor. There is a slow motion (like the movie 300) when you almost knock someone out to identify a strong blow to your opponent and then you have to get on them to pound them into the floor until the referee stops the fight. If you don’t mind your teens re-creating/watching the fights on their own, there is nothing wrong with this game. If you don’t’ like the violence and a small amount of blood shown then this game is definitely not for you or your family. It’s a fighting game. Period.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (3 ):
Kids say (5 ):

UFC 2010 is very similar to last year's release, but introduces some smart features to create more well-balanced fights. Players can learn fresh strikes and submission moves, and can quickly dodge attacks using the Sway system. Training in the game has been tweaked as well, forcing players to pay as much attention to preparation as the main event. Skills now degrade over time, meaning players must be on their toes to keep their fighter in tip-top shape. Most training is simulated, and it would have been nice to give players greater control during that prep work. Also, the menus are a bit awkward and slow -- a problem since certain sections require players to navigate menus often. However, the game is just as gratifying and exciting as its 2009 predecessor, with incredibly detailed visuals and deep controls.

Online interaction: The game features open chat with other online players.

Game Details

  • Platforms: PSP , PlayStation 3 , Xbox 360
  • Available online?: Available online
  • Publisher: THQ
  • Release date: May 25, 2010
  • Genre: Fighting
  • ESRB rating: T for Blood, Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Violence
  • Last updated: April 5, 2019

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