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Published on May 20th, 2011 | by Ken Yarbrough, Editor

Release Date Announced for Supremacy MMA

Agoura Hills, CA – May 20, 2011— Global videogame publisher 505 Games and developer Kung Fu Factory announced today that Supremacy MMA™ will bully its way onto store shelves everywhere on September 20, 2011 for Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. Supremacy MMA’s one-of-kind blend of arcade gameplay and MMA fighting styles is currently scheduled to be the only new fighting game shipping this holiday season.
Supremacy MMA is an extremely important new IP for 505 Games and represents another level of depth to our growing roster of games,” said Ian Howe, President, 505 Games North America. “With that in mind, we believe the tremendous value of the title combined with the overwhelmingly positive response we’ve had from consumers and writers during early gameplay sneak peeks, tells us this title deserves to launch in the thick of the fall buying season.”

“There’s a huge opening in the market with no retail fighting games, and specifically no MMA games, hitting this fall so we’re ready to deliver a title that exceeds the expectations of MMA and arcade fighter fans alike,”said Ricci Rukavina, creative director, Kung Fu Factory.

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Pre-order Supremacy MMA at GameStop and expand your roster of fighters to include undefeated fighter Shane Del Rosario. Pummel your opponents as this invincible 6’4’’, 250 pound fighting machine. Known for both his incredible strength and speed, Del Rosario holds the distinction of being the first American to become the WBC Heavyweight. His flawless record is crowned by the fact that every single one of his fights end in a KO or Submission, with only a single fight making it into the second round. Make them submit! Pre-order today!

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