UFC 2009 Undisputed

UFC 2009 Undisputed top-five best seller for nine months

THQ’s Q2 2010 financial call to investors has just ending, during which it was announced that UFC 2009 Undisputed has been in the top five on the NPD charts for the last nine months. This information was also included in the fiscal figures released to the public, and pertains to both the Xbox 360 and […]

UFC 2009 Undisputed headlines

  • UFC Undisputed anti-cheat patch released, detailed

    THQ’s confirmed the worldwide 360 and PS3 release of the much-wanted UFC Undisputed patch. Full details here. The update’s main thrust is assigning “loss” status to those that disconnect prematurely from matches. There can be no cheating in the octagon, kids. Hit the link for more.

  • THQ details upcoming UFC 2009: Undisputed patch

    THQ has released some of the patch notes for UFC 2009: Undisputed. The upcoming patch should fix the following issues: Premature match quitting is the biggest online issue. The Patch will have integrated code that detects who pulls the cable and will assign a Loss as well as a Did Not Finish to that player. […]

  • UFC disconnect cheat patch in the works, THQ confirms

    THQ confirmed this morning that a UFC Undisputed patch aimed at fixing “online cheating via disconnecting from multiplayer matches” is on the way. There’s no timescale on the update as yet, but mat-rolling man-sweaters in the crowd can look forward to combat justice “as soon as possible.”

  • UFC fighter cut from game for "clipping and collision detection" issues

    Looks as though popular lightweight fighter Clay ‘The Carpenter’ Guida’s absence from UFC 2009 Undisputed was because of his long hair. During development, the hair on his character caused clipping and collision detection issues making him unplayable, so he was taken out of it. According to 5th Round, THQ supposedly offered Guida money to cut […]

  • Euro PSN update, April 23 - Godfather II bundles and loads of other ad-ons

    Loads of add-on content for the European PSN Store this week, along with demos for Red Faction: Guerrilla and UFC 2009 Undisputed. PSP users can get Need For Speed ProStreet, and there are the prerequisite Guitar Hero and Rock Band updates. Full list courtesy of Joystiq is after the break.

  • UFC 2009 Undisputed demo out on XBL and PSN

    THQ sent word that the demo for UFC 2009 Undisputed is now available for Xbox 360, and later today for PS3. The demo features an exhibition bout between Chuck ‘Iceman’ Liddell and Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua. The three-round match takes place in the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, with Mario Yamasaki as referee. […]

  • Target announces $1 pre-order program with $5 gift card incentive

    Target announced today a new reservation program beginning April 19, where for only one dollar you can pre-order games using a collectible reservation card. Upon returning to the store within seven days of the game’s release, you will get back your collectible card along with a $5 gift card to use towards a future purchase. […]

  • UFC 2009 Undisputed demo headed to PSN and XBL

    Over on the official community pages for UFC 2009 Undisputed, it says a demo for the title will land on PS3 and Xbox 360 April 23. No details were added on which fighters you’ll get to try. The game’s expected to release May 19.

  • UFC 2009 Undisputed video -- Kongo intro

    The new UFC 2009 Undisputed video you’ll find after the break shows Cheick Kongo’s intro. It’s a very short one at that. The game was released yesterday in the UK for PS3 and Xbox 360. The US should get it sometime this year.

  • UFC 2009 Undisputed: first screens, impressions, video

    IGN’s posted first screens and impressions of the newly-announced UFC 2009 Undisputed, the latest in the ultra-realistic fighting series. Looks as you’d expect. There’s a very cool, highly homoerotic HD trailer here. It’s out for 360 and PS3 early next year.

  • THQ announces UFC 2009 Undisputed

    THQ’s confirmed the next Ultimate Fighting Championship game is called UFC 2009 Undisputed, and will release for 360 and PS3 early next year. Including 80 top fighters across five weight classes the game will feature commentators, announcers, referees, trainers, Octagon girls “and more”. In keeping with the rest of the series, “Photorealistic models are at […]