Supremacy MMA is the only MMA fighting game out this year (UFC Personal Trainer doesn't count!), and the violence is set to take your breath away, with blood pouring onto the floor of the ring, as you smash your opponents into submission.
The game'll be making its way onto the Playstation Vita, so you'll be able to break faces and snap bones whilst you're on the move, and the Vita edition also sports some exclusive fighters and venues, along with one or two new features that are just for Sony's shiny brand new handheld.
505 Games, North America's President, Ian Howe, had this to say about their upcoming title:
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.
The arcade-styled gameplay is perfectly suited for quick handheld sessions, and the game looks amazing on Sony's hot new tech.
Half the fun of MMA games is selecting a fighter that you've seen brutally defeating their opponent on TV, so that you can simulate their victory, or you can just use them to wind up one of your friends by beating them over and over again with a superior brawler. Supremacy MMA's no different and features former UFC champion Jens Pulver and female MMA fighters, Felice Herrig and Michele Gutierrez.
The game looks pretty damn good and there's a gritty edge to the visuals that makes things feel like you're in a Fight Club style underground fighting organisation. Other than that, the combat's been designed to flow as smoothly as possible, whilst you deal lightning fast punches in quick succession.
Supremacy MMA's out for the Xbox 360 and PS3 on the 20th September, and you'll have to wait a little bit longer if you're looking to grab a copy for the Playstation Vita.