The folks from 505 Games have released a fact sheet for their upcoming Vita release, Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted. Expected to release sometime in the first fiscal quarter of 2012, it will bring brutal mixed martial arts fighting to the palm of your hands.
Based on the information detailed below, Unrestricted will be a bit different from its console brother. Exclusive locations and fighters will be available, however the biggest change will come with the addition of touch-based options. Players can choose whether to use those or a standard button scheme, with the ability to also use the device’s camera to personalize their fights. Online play will also be available.
According to one of the game’s PR representatives, Gregory Hutto, this release will be “subject to the full upgrade treatment.” What that means is that it’ll move faster, and will pack a stronger punch that the last franchise release.
Check out the sheet and all of its facts below. Also, please note that the above screenshot is from the console title, Supremacy MMA.
Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted takes the non-stop brutal action of unsanctioned, amateur and unlicensed MMA fighting to new levels with the power of the PlayStation®Vita. Featuring refined, amped up gameplay and controls, as well as new fighters and new locations, Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted on PS Vita delivers fast and furious arcade-style gameplay. The game provides a satisfying, on the fly experience quick enough to pick up and play, deep enough to sink in to.
- PlayStation Vita Features – Players can choose how they want to control their game –using the touch-control system or traditional controls. They can also battle it out with other PS Vita players online or via local multiplayer and use the system’s camera to personalize the experience.
- More Fighters– Gamers choose from an extended roster of real fighters including PS Vita exclusives Jason Yee and Novell Bell aka “The Black Taoist,” Shane Del Rosario and Bao Quach, formerly available via download only, and former UFC champion Jens Pulver, French K1 kickboxing champ Jerome Le Banner, Muay Thai legend Malaipet and female fighters Felice Herrig and Michele Gutierrez.
- Fight With Style – Players encounter numerous fighters and individual moves, counters, stances and attacks, including PS Vita exclusives Jeet Kun Do and San Shou as well as kick boxing, Muay Thay, wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and more. Variety is complimented with intuitive, easy to use, hard to master mechanics.
- Location is Everything – Fans battle it out in many environments such as PS Vita exclusive locations Shaolin Temple, junkyard, military base and underground parking garage.
Publisher: 505 Games
Developer: Kung Fu Factory
Release Date: Q1 2012
ESRB Rating: “M” for Mature