All of those reasons led me to try the new UFC 2 game, and I have to add that I wasn 't experienced in games like this one. Maybe that 's why I really liked it; it was a fun and unique experience to say the least. There 's great value in the combat of this game, which is very solid.
There 's a variety of different moves to choose from, which makes the fight feel very realistic. I had only one issue with the combat, which can be fixed in the next game, or so I hope. You can kick, punch, strangle, or even bite, but there are rules for that last one, of course. The game is simply trying to create a feeling that anything can hap...
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