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505 Games
Kung Fu Factory
GENRE: Sports
PLAYERS:   1-2
Supremecy MMA

Supremecy MMA
Supremecy MMA
 Written by John Scalzo  on June 11, 2010

News: 505 Games throws their hat into the MMA octagon.

Are you ready for a third series of mixed martial arts games? Well get ready to rumble as 505 Games has announced they're bringing Supremacy MMA to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

No release date was announced, but 505 has promised that it will "[raise] the bar in the MMA space [with] an unprecedented level of fluid combat, intuitive controls and true-to-the-sport brutality."

Supremacy MMA will be developed by Kung Fu Factory, a new development team made up of veteran developers that have previously worked on UFC (Dreamcast), The Warriors, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, Scarface and most recently UFC Undisputed 2009.

No other details were announced, but 505 plans to showcase the game behind closed doors at next week's E3 Expo.

?We're excited to partner with 505 Games to launch the Supremacy MMA brand,? said Ricci Rukavina, creative director for Kung Fu Factory. ?Kung Fu Factory's vision is to make an MMA game that is as authentic and realistic as possible that will introduce an entirely new type of experience to gamers. The team has an enormous amount of passion for the genre and has been relentlessly researching every aspect of the sport to deliver an MMA game unlike any other. When gamers play Supremacy MMA, we think it will absolutely knock them out."

?Years of honing our proprietary animation tools and technology have put us in a unique position to create a groundbreaking MMA game,? said Daryl Pitts, executive producer of Kung Fu Factory. ?Our vision is to adapt real-life martial arts strategies into fun and intuitive game mechanics. We want players to easily be able to enjoy the deep level of satisfaction that comes from mastering MMA techniques.?

We'll have more soon.

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