So what do you guys think about EA Sports UFC? I haven't played it -- not even the demo. In fact I don't even own a nex-gen console. Quite frankly I have far too many games to complete on my Xbox 360, and I just can't let them go to waste. It's the equivalent of starting a book, never finishing it, and putting it on your bookshelf for the rest of your life. Eventually I'll nab one and then abandon my duties at MiddleEasy for weeks on end, but in the meantime I'm required to deliver the dopeness to you rain or shine, or earthquake, or zombie apocalypse.
I have a friend that's been having some pretty unexpectedly frightening problems on EA UFC, and apparently he's not the only one. More than a handful of you seem to be experiencing refs that timeshift in and out of existence only to appear with a broken neck afterward. Not only that, but there's this entire issue of invisible fighters that seems to be bugging people out. My bud actually told me that in this bizarre match he actually won a unanimous decision despite not being able to see his character -- oh and with some morbid ref mocking him from beyond the grave. Have a look.
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