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  • Writer's pictureDylan Buell

Review: Undisputed

Become Undisputed in the most authentic boxing game to date! Featuring true to life visuals, bone-jarring action, and more licensed boxers than ever before, Undisputed gives you unprecedented control to master every inch of the ring.


As far as sports games come, it's become a habit for companies to remake the same game year and year again. Fortunately for 'Undisputed', it has the advantage of no opposing boxing games and sets itself at the top of the food chain.


As far as graphics go, this game looks fantastic. All the boxers look fresh out of the ring into the game and it really enhances the feeling of actually being on the canvas. So far the selection of fighters is quite great, you obviously have you classics like Muhammad Ali and then more recent boxers like Ryan Garcia. There seems to be a 'create your own boxer' feature that is set to release with the actual full launch, which will be a lot of fun to mess around with if done right.


The actual gameplay is really well crafted. Every punch matters and you can visually see your opponents tank your shots. While the controls do take some time to get used to, once you master then you will become elite among players. One with I would like to see upgraded is the damage you take during the fight. For the most part your fighter leaves the ring im pretty decent shape so i'd like to see maybe some black eyes or bloody lips.


Another feature that appears to be coming to the game is a career mode that I am personally very excited for. I'm hoping there's more variation in arenas and atmosphere as there seems to only be two or three at the moment. Another slight issue i had was the online matchmaking. While it could very well be because of my region, I did end up disconnecting from almost all on my online fight right towards the end.


While no game is perfect, 'Undisputed' dips its toes into a genre that has been long forgotten in the gaming world and i have no doubt come full release that this game will be one for the ages.


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