“Being one of the first women to represent MMA in a videogame is a dream come true for me,” said Herrig. “This is our chance to finally show gamers that female fighters can hold their own.”
Supremacy MMA brings the brutality of unsanctioned and unlicensed MMA fighting to the bigtime, favoring fast-and-furious gameplay and underground aesthetics over official branding and television-style presentation.
If you’re a PS Vita owner with a thirst for hand-to-hand combat, Supremacy MMA Unrestricted is a very capable portable mixed martial arts title. It’s a bit flat and at times annoying in places, but if you mute the music and ignore the fact that you can’t create your own fighter, you may very well melt away a few hours.
Supremacy MMA’s unresponsive controls and stiff fighting engine go portable, introducing new problems and taking
away the one thing that made the original bearable: presentation. New fighters and a touch-based control mode don’t
make up the difference.