Supremacy MMA™ Takes the Fight to the Streets with PlayStation®Vita This Fall
The most brutal and only MMA fighting game of 2011 showcases broken bones and unparalleled quantities of bloodshed while taking fans back to the true roots of MMA
Woodland Hills, CA – July 28, 2011
—Begin the bloodletting! Global videogame publisher 505 Games and Kung Fu Factory announced today that Supremacy MMA
™ will break bones and smash faces on Sony’s next-gen portable platform, the PlayStation®Vita this fall. Supremacy MMA
for PS Vita will come packing exclusive content including new fighters, venues and features found only on the PS Vita, delivering all the brutality and fast arcade action of the most controversial MMA game in history on the hottest handheld of this generation.
"The Vita provides an unrivaled handheld experience that gives gamers a true console experience on the go," said Ricci Rukavina, CEO of Kung Fu Factory. "Vita's technical innovations and jaw-dropping graphics make this a great platform for our brand of fast paced brutal and bloody combat."
“Supremacy MMA takes MMA where it’s never gone before, with unprecedented brutality and arcade speed, and now it’s headed for another new frontier as the sole MMA game to go to handheld in 2011,” said Ian Howe, President, 505 Games, North America. “The arcade-styled gameplay is perfectly suited for quick handheld sessions, and the game looks amazing on Sony’s hot new tech.”
Hailed as "…the dirtiest MMA game yet" on the cover of Gamepro (July 2011, Issue 274), and armed with arcade-like speed and real in-game fighters—including former UFC champ Jens Pulver as well as the first real female fighters in an MMA game, Felice Herrig and Michele Gutierrez—Supremacy MMA
favors fast-and-furious gameplay and underground aesthetics over boring simulation-style presentation.
Published by 505 Games and developed by Kung Fu Factory, Supremacy MMA
raises the bar in the MMA space by bringing an unprecedented level of fast, fluid combat, intuitive controls and true-to-the-sport brutality. Dominating the fighting market this fall, Supremacy MMA
will be the only MMA fighting game this year when it bullyies its way onto store shelves on September 20, 2011 for Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and then onto PlayStation Vita for Holiday 2011.
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About 505 Games
505 Games is a global publisher of video games, publishing games for all ages across multiple platforms including, Xbox 360® video game entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation® 3 computer entertainment system, Nintendo Wii™ and DS, PC download, Facebook, iPhone®, Xbox LIVE®, and PlayStation®Network.
505 Games has offices in key territories around the world to publish and distribute its library of successful franchises Breakbreaker and Naughty Bear, along with the highly anticipated Supremacy MMA.
505 Games is headquartered in Milton Keynes – UK, with international offices in Lyon (France), Munich (Germany), Milan (Italy), Madrid (Spain) and Los Angeles (U.S.A). A further network of key distribution partners based in Nordic territories and Australia enable global distribution of 505’s titles.
To see the latest releases, news and more about 505 Games go to: www.505games.com
About Kung Fu Factory
An independent videogame developer driven to bring its seasoned perspective of combat and violence to the interactive entertainment world, the Kung Fu Factory team consists of leading game and technology experts best known for their collective work on titles like the original UFC (Dreamcast), The Warriors, Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, Scarface, True Crime and most recently UFC Undisputed 2009. Founded by industry veterans and childhood friends Daryl Pitts and Ricci Rukavina, KFF’s primaries have worked in the industry for nearly two decades.
For more information on Kung Fu Factory, please visit www.kungfufactory.com
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