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Post subject: UQ MMA 2014 Year Book Released  PostPosted: Jul 09, 2014 - 03:05 AM
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Downey Games is proud to announce the release of the 2014 Year Book for Ultra Quick MMA.

New to the 2014 Edition are female fighters. We have also included a new set of result charts based upon the round of the fight. The new charts will provide more accuracy in terms of the length of your fights.

The E-Book version is available here: http://www.downeygames.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5_140&products_id=3450

The Printed Year Book is available here: http://www.downeygames.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_139&products_id=3449

The 2014 Year Book features completely updated fighter ratings for all weight classes, an updated Main Chart by Round and an updated Scoring Chart. As stated above, everything needed to play, other than dice is included in this E-book. The 2014 Year Book features over 2800 fighters, both male and female.

UQ MMA allows you to quickly stage a bout between two fighters. Everything you see in the real sport is represented in UQ MMA from submissions to KO's and TKO's.

As with all of the Ultra Quick games, we spare no detail when it comes to rating fighters. The game features well over 2,800 fighters spanning all weight classes.

Order your copy today!
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jan 29, 2015 - 11:41 AM



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Why do underdogs have a slight advantage in rounds 3-5 when there is less than 10 points between the two fighters?
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jan 29, 2015 - 12:58 PM
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Carparama wrote:
Why do underdogs have a slight advantage in rounds 3-5 when there is less than 10 points between the two fighters?


This is definitely intentional. As we get more consistent data with MMA fighting, we adjust things to keep with the historical trends. The chart in the 2014 is to keep consistent with historical trends. We also made sure that fights are matching historical round distance.

Our goal is to always provide the most accurate representation of the sport possible. And the 2014 ratings and adjusted chart are part of that philosophy.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jan 29, 2015 - 02:25 PM



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Are all fighters listed together, or are male and female competitors listed separately?
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jan 29, 2015 - 03:07 PM



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Downey Games wrote:
This is definitely intentional. As we get more consistent data with MMA fighting, we adjust things to keep with the historical trends. The chart in the 2014 is to keep consistent with historical trends. We also made sure that fights are matching historical round distance.

Our goal is to always provide the most accurate representation of the sport possible. And the 2014 ratings and adjusted chart are part of that philosophy.


Sounds good. I noticed it in the other MMA chart as well, and I was questioning it. Really appreciate the quick response.

Also, I have a question regarding pre/post ratings in the all-time MMA set. In some cases peak is higher than the regular rating. Can you explain the logic behind that? Or, should prime/post be switched in those cases?

Thanks!

(Currently building a fantasy-based UQ Wrestling/Boxing/MMA fed.)
 
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Carparama wrote:
Downey Games wrote:
This is definitely intentional. As we get more consistent data with MMA fighting, we adjust things to keep with the historical trends. The chart in the 2014 is to keep consistent with historical trends. We also made sure that fights are matching historical round distance.

Our goal is to always provide the most accurate representation of the sport possible. And the 2014 ratings and adjusted chart are part of that philosophy.


Sounds good. I noticed it in the other MMA chart as well, and I was questioning it. Really appreciate the quick response.

Also, I have a question regarding pre/post ratings in the all-time MMA set. In some cases peak is higher than the regular rating. Can you explain the logic behind that? Or, should prime/post be switched in those cases?

Thanks!

(Currently building a fantasy-based UQ Wrestling/Boxing/MMA fed.)


Peak is the fighter's highest point. In some cases, the Post Prime is higher than Pre-Prime, as the fighter was just better at the end of his career.

Hopefully, I have understood your question correctly.
 
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You have, but in some ratings, post-prime is rated higher than peak-prime, which I don't understand.
 
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