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EA Sports UFC 2 – PlayStation 4 PlayStation 4 Standard

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Knockout Physics System: Physics-driven hit reaction and knockout system delivers more visceral, more rewarding, and more authentic KOs
Dynamic Grappling: Independent fighter control in every grappling situation, Simultaneous two-fighter interaction brings the ground game to life with greater responsiveness and variety
Ultimate Defense: Greater control over your fighter’s head movement lets you to slip and dodge incoming strikes with amazing fluidity
An improved blocking and parrying system to the mix and you have new tools to fend off your opponent’s most devastating attacks
Unmatched Character Visuals & Fighter Roster: Featuring a mix of MMA’s biggest stars and brightest up-and-comers, step into the Octagon as current and former UFC athletes, MMA legends

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Platform:PlayStation 4| Edition:Standard EA SPORTS UFC 2 innovates with stunning character likeness and animation, adds an all new Knockout Physics System and authentic gameplay features, and invites all fighters to step back into the Octagon to experience the thrill of finishing the fight. From the walkout to the knockout, EA SPORTS UFC 2 delivers a deep, authentic, and exciting experience.

Specification: EA Sports UFC 2 – PlayStation 4 PlayStation 4 Standard

Weight 4.6 lbs
Dimensions 0.5 × 5.6 × 6.7 in

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  1. CNJ1

    The media could not be loaded. I have owned this game for a number of months but didn’t really put enough time into learning the controls and progression system (training) until a few weeks ago. To be clear, this is not a button masher’s fighting game. Moreover, it is not an easy game. The training challenges are difficult, the ground game (transition system) is difficult and the difference between winning and losing fights can often be one late take down or one big punch. The 2 necessary elements to improving at this game are time and discipline. You need more than 20 minutes to learn how to play and you need to stay disciplined when you are in the octagon. You must vary your strikes, conserve your stamina and be extremely patient on the ground – Just like actual fighting. There are various modes, including a knockout mode with no take downs, but career mode is where I have spent the vast majority of my time. Assuming you win frequently, you get about 35 fights before the game forces you to retire. In essence, it is a race against the clock to see if you can get to the Title before you are forced out. One other note, for fans of the UFC, while Rogan and Goldberg’s commentary isn’t always spot on, the thrill of having them scream when you knock someone out is one of my absolute favorite parts of this game. I’ve included a video link of the game’s opening wherein you fight the 5th round of the Robbie Lawler v. Rory McDonald Fight. The fighting itself starts at 3:37 in the video. You can see I make an effort to vary type and location of strikes while trying not to throw more than 3 strikes at a time in order to conserve my stamina. Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoy it.Read more

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  2. A. Washington

    I am no stranger to the UFC Game series on the PlayStation platforms. I must say I was very disappointed with the First Installment on PS4. The mechanics just weren’t smooth and intuitive. Combined with the AI that EA seems to enhance the Computer opponent to Wolverine like healing ability the game was just frustrating. UFC 2 actually redeems the series for PS4. I cant put it down now. The game is extremely realistic by the way the fighter’s stamina decreases after doing big attacks. If you have done any type of fight training you know that you can gas out from doing big moves. The damage to the leg from thigh kicks and taking shots to the eye with the swelling causes your fighter to move slower. Very realistic. The part that just frustrates me is how the AI of the CPU fighter can take shot after shot and get rocked, AND NEVER GO DOWN. And when the fight goes to the decision they always win despite the fact that your percentages are better and your critical strikes are higher. You cant defend from takedowns even though you have a fighter with better ground and clinch stats, but when you shoot in to take down the CPU opponent they always can block your takedown. I can understand that if you are playing on a hard difficulty this would be the case, but having to play on Easy just to defeat a computer opponent is frustrating. This may very well get better the more I play the game because I am getting better, but out of the box its very noticeable with the indestructible computer opponents. That is unless of course, if you select Conor McGregor. You can just about beat any opponent in his class with Conor. It seems that Dana White has some arrangement with EA Sports to make his top money maker the top dawg in the game. The high and low block and parry is awesome. And the slip defense is up to par with the EA Sports Fight Night games of the past. This is by far the best MMA fight simulators there are. There are a few glitches that I have encountered where the fighters were in a ground sequence at the time of the bell and the match froze and I hade to Quit and start over. But its not anything to really complain about. The ground submissions are less complicated than UFC 1 also. I hope that EA sports add more DLC fighters and send out patches to enhance this game. It has excellent replay value and its one of those that would be a hit at a house party with the fellas.Read more

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  3. MacGyver

    This game had the potential to be something great but the grappling system absolutely ruins it for me. This area of the game seems to be a constant work in progress for the UFC franchise and I had hoped we’d see major improvements for UFC 2. Judging from the videos I’d seen online, I expected a pretty clear, straightforward system that would be more simplistic and user friendly than previous titles. Not hardly. If you can’t stuff a takedown and you’re playing on any level above Easy, good luck. You might as well hit Pause and quit, especially against strong grapplers. Trying to prevent a transition is virtually impossible. The CPU player will quickly and easily gain a dominant position, drain your stamina, and either submit you or knock you out. I’ve lost track of the amount of times I’ve found myself yelling at the TV screen in frustration as I dominant someone in the standup most of the fight only to be dragged down and finished. There’s been some bad grappling designs in this franchise over the years but this ranks right up there as one of the worst. The other thing worth mentioning is Knockout Mode. I was under the impression that this was identical to a regular fight only the grappling was disabled. I was looking forward to going three or five rounds in what would essentially be a kickboxing match. That’s not the case. Knockout Mode unnecessarily places a health meter above both guys which shows the amount of blows you can absorb (adjustable up to ten) before being knocked out. This results in a watered down, anticlimactic version of what I was hoping for. Instead of having to watch your stamina and fight smart, you just slug it out for thirty seconds like a game of Rock’em Sock’em Robots. The graphics look great and the striking system is decent but the grappling design makes this game virtually unplayable on any level other than Easy. I’m glad I didn’t pay full price. I’d like to think UFC 3 will be an improvement over this version but EA doesn’t seem to care about much these days other than monetizing their games.Read more

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  5. Leo Herrera

    El paquete llegó en el tiempo estimado, llegó en excelentes condiciones, solo una cosa, el disco venía suelto dentro de la caja, tanto el disco como la caja están en perfectas condiciones, solo ese pequeño detalle, de ahí en fuera, excelente servicio.Read more

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  6. Javier Angel Alvarez Contreras

    Muy buen juego, excelente gráficos, fue muy rápido su envío me llegó antes de lo esperado, jugabilidad ni se diga fácil y intuitivo exelente juego para PS4Read more

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  7. Arroyo

    El juego es bastante bueno, un poco complicado por la combinación infinita de botones jeje Pero en general cumple con las expectativas.Read more

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  8. Oscar Mendoza Cárdenas

    Llego a tiempo y en excelentes condiciones muy recomendadoRead more

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  9. CNJ1

    The media could not be loaded. I have owned this game for a number of months but didn’t really put enough time into learning the controls and progression system (training) until a few weeks ago. To be clear, this is not a button masher’s fighting game. Moreover, it is not an easy game. The training challenges are difficult, the ground game (transition system) is difficult and the difference between winning and losing fights can often be one late take down or one big punch. The 2 necessary elements to improving at this game are time and discipline. You need more than 20 minutes to learn how to play and you need to stay disciplined when you are in the octagon. You must vary your strikes, conserve your stamina and be extremely patient on the ground – Just like actual fighting. There are various modes, including a knockout mode with no take downs, but career mode is where I have spent the vast majority of my time. Assuming you win frequently, you get about 35 fights before the game forces you to retire. In essence, it is a race against the clock to see if you can get to the Title before you are forced out. One other note, for fans of the UFC, while Rogan and Goldberg’s commentary isn’t always spot on, the thrill of having them scream when you knock someone out is one of my absolute favorite parts of this game. I’ve included a video link of the game’s opening wherein you fight the 5th round of the Robbie Lawler v. Rory McDonald Fight. The fighting itself starts at 3:37 in the video. You can see I make an effort to vary type and location of strikes while trying not to throw more than 3 strikes at a time in order to conserve my stamina. Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoy it.Read more

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  10. A. Washington

    I am no stranger to the UFC Game series on the PlayStation platforms. I must say I was very disappointed with the First Installment on PS4. The mechanics just weren’t smooth and intuitive. Combined with the AI that EA seems to enhance the Computer opponent to Wolverine like healing ability the game was just frustrating. UFC 2 actually redeems the series for PS4. I cant put it down now. The game is extremely realistic by the way the fighter’s stamina decreases after doing big attacks. If you have done any type of fight training you know that you can gas out from doing big moves. The damage to the leg from thigh kicks and taking shots to the eye with the swelling causes your fighter to move slower. Very realistic. The part that just frustrates me is how the AI of the CPU fighter can take shot after shot and get rocked, AND NEVER GO DOWN. And when the fight goes to the decision they always win despite the fact that your percentages are better and your critical strikes are higher. You cant defend from takedowns even though you have a fighter with better ground and clinch stats, but when you shoot in to take down the CPU opponent they always can block your takedown. I can understand that if you are playing on a hard difficulty this would be the case, but having to play on Easy just to defeat a computer opponent is frustrating. This may very well get better the more I play the game because I am getting better, but out of the box its very noticeable with the indestructible computer opponents. That is unless of course, if you select Conor McGregor. You can just about beat any opponent in his class with Conor. It seems that Dana White has some arrangement with EA Sports to make his top money maker the top dawg in the game. The high and low block and parry is awesome. And the slip defense is up to par with the EA Sports Fight Night games of the past. This is by far the best MMA fight simulators there are. There are a few glitches that I have encountered where the fighters were in a ground sequence at the time of the bell and the match froze and I hade to Quit and start over. But its not anything to really complain about. The ground submissions are less complicated than UFC 1 also. I hope that EA sports add more DLC fighters and send out patches to enhance this game. It has excellent replay value and its one of those that would be a hit at a house party with the fellas.Read more

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  11. MacGyver

    This game had the potential to be something great but the grappling system absolutely ruins it for me. This area of the game seems to be a constant work in progress for the UFC franchise and I had hoped we’d see major improvements for UFC 2. Judging from the videos I’d seen online, I expected a pretty clear, straightforward system that would be more simplistic and user friendly than previous titles. Not hardly. If you can’t stuff a takedown and you’re playing on any level above Easy, good luck. You might as well hit Pause and quit, especially against strong grapplers. Trying to prevent a transition is virtually impossible. The CPU player will quickly and easily gain a dominant position, drain your stamina, and either submit you or knock you out. I’ve lost track of the amount of times I’ve found myself yelling at the TV screen in frustration as I dominant someone in the standup most of the fight only to be dragged down and finished. There’s been some bad grappling designs in this franchise over the years but this ranks right up there as one of the worst. The other thing worth mentioning is Knockout Mode. I was under the impression that this was identical to a regular fight only the grappling was disabled. I was looking forward to going three or five rounds in what would essentially be a kickboxing match. That’s not the case. Knockout Mode unnecessarily places a health meter above both guys which shows the amount of blows you can absorb (adjustable up to ten) before being knocked out. This results in a watered down, anticlimactic version of what I was hoping for. Instead of having to watch your stamina and fight smart, you just slug it out for thirty seconds like a game of Rock’em Sock’em Robots. The graphics look great and the striking system is decent but the grappling design makes this game virtually unplayable on any level other than Easy. I’m glad I didn’t pay full price. I’d like to think UFC 3 will be an improvement over this version but EA doesn’t seem to care about much these days other than monetizing their games.Read more

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    exellentRead more

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  13. Leo Herrera

    El paquete llegó en el tiempo estimado, llegó en excelentes condiciones, solo una cosa, el disco venía suelto dentro de la caja, tanto el disco como la caja están en perfectas condiciones, solo ese pequeño detalle, de ahí en fuera, excelente servicio.Read more

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  14. Javier Angel Alvarez Contreras

    Muy buen juego, excelente gráficos, fue muy rápido su envío me llegó antes de lo esperado, jugabilidad ni se diga fácil y intuitivo exelente juego para PS4Read more

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  15. Arroyo

    El juego es bastante bueno, un poco complicado por la combinación infinita de botones jeje Pero en general cumple con las expectativas.Read more

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  16. Oscar Mendoza Cárdenas

    Llego a tiempo y en excelentes condiciones muy recomendadoRead more

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