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UFC Undisputed 2010 £5.99 Delivered @ Gameplay [360]
UFC Undisputed 2010 £5.99 Delivered @ Gameplay [360]

UFC Undisputed 2010 £5.99 Delivered @ Gameplay [360]

SuperEd
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84/100 on metacritic
new and NOT pre-owned

cheapest ive ever seen it

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Original Poster SuperEd

heat added, thanks.

trade-in @ cex for £10 or sell for £7

this must be a bad game, either that or the ufc demand really isnt there which is a pity
im tempted at this proce though - thought the first one was ok

Original Poster SuperEd

andymack

this must be a bad game, either that or the ufc demand really isnt there … this must be a bad game, either that or the ufc demand really isnt there which is a pityim tempted at this proce though - thought the first one was ok



84/100 on metacritc HERE

3.5% quidco

Out of stock now

Available at sister site Gamestation for £6.99 though.
Edited by: "3Sixty" 26th Jan 2011

Tempted but still have 5 games to play.... Wonder what the trade in at Asda is on this?

not my type of game but excellent price. have some heat.

HOT! If you're a UFC fan this game is really good. Pretty deep gameplay and it captures the look and feel of the show perfectly...
Only snag is it lacks Randy Couture, who had parted ways with the UFC when this game was planned AFAIK, before he came back to fight James Toney.

Still, you can download Kimbo Slice and Big Baby...

Stooo

HOT! If you're a UFC fan this game is really good. Pretty deep gameplay … HOT! If you're a UFC fan this game is really good. Pretty deep gameplay and it captures the look and feel of the show perfectly... Only snag is it lacks Randy Couture, who had parted ways with the UFC when this game was planned AFAIK, before he came back to fight James Toney.Still, you can download Kimbo Slice and Big Baby...



He never parted ways with UFC X), he is not featured in it because unlike other UFC fighters, when he signed his contract with UFC he made sure that he remained in control of his image rights, thus meaning he could sell his rights to EA MMA

bah out of stock :'(

bob100

He never parted ways with UFC X), he is not featured in it because unlike … He never parted ways with UFC X), he is not featured in it because unlike other UFC fighters, when he signed his contract with UFC he made sure that he remained in control of his image rights, thus meaning he could sell his rights to EA MMA



He certainly did part ways with the UFC for a while. He was in court with them over a contract dispute as he wanted to go fight Fedor when he was still in his prime. They worked out their differences and Couture came back still as the champ, kept his image rights but lost his belt to Lesnar.

Good game btw, improves a lot on UFC Undisputed 2009 and miles better than the shonky EA MMA game.

bob100

He never parted ways with UFC X), he is not featured in it because unlike … He never parted ways with UFC X), he is not featured in it because unlike other UFC fighters, when he signed his contract with UFC he made sure that he remained in control of his image rights, thus meaning he could sell his rights to EA MMA



"On October 11, 2007, Couture announced that he was severing all ties with the UFC, leaving two contracted fights, a position as an on-air analyst, and his heavyweight championship behind. He reportedly received $250,000, plus $936,000 of PPV revenue, for his comeback against Tim Sylvia. He also reportedly received a $250,000 purse for defeating Gabriel Gonzaga, as well as a $35,000 bonus for "Fight of the Night" and $787,000 in PPV revenue.[25] This became a sticking point since Chuck Liddell lost his two previous fights yet is still being paid more, according to Couture.[citation needed] Couture cited the UFC's failure to sign #1 ranked heavyweight fighter Fedor Emelianenko, as well as disputes with UFC management."

"On January 15, 2008, Zuffa—the UFC's parent company—filed a lawsuit in Clark County District Court in Nevada, citing breach of contract and irreparable damage.[34] Zuffa is seeking over $10,000 in damages. This suit concerns only Couture's employment contract and not his promotional contract. On February 28, 2008, Judge Jennifer Togliatti handed down the first ruling in the case of Zuffa v. Randy Couture, issuing a preliminary injunction barring Couture's participation in an IFL event to be held the following day.
On August 2, 2008, a Texas appeals court granted Zuffa LLC's request for a stay against a motion for a declaratory judgment in a suit filed by HDNet regarding Randy Couture's contractual status with the UFC. The stay effectively ends the dispute in the state of Texas and Zuffa will be allowed to move forward with the Nevada suit."
Edited by: "Stooo" 3rd Feb 2011
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