It's almost exactly like the old UFC games, so if you liked them, you'd like PRIDEFC
"The time for debate is really beforehand. Obviously history will speak on whether this was the right thing or the wrong thing, but right now (the soldiers) are out there. Support 'em. There's plenty of time for commentary later." -David Robinson
I rented it last night. Overall, I thought it was a pretty fun game, but a career mode would make it much better. Also, the matches usually last less than 30 seconds. It's kinda frustrating at times when you beat some Jiu-Jitsu grappler to a bloody pulp, then from out of nowhere he slaps on a submission hold and your charcter taps out immediately. The graphics are really good, though.
"Bet you can't guess what the first drafts of the Declaration of Indepedence were printed on. And if that's not American enough for you, I bet you can't guess what AMERICAN FLAGS used to be made of. The answer to many of the world's problems is right under our noses...GROW...MORE...POT!!!" - Jello Biafra
A little wiggle room with the submissions would have definitely improved the gameplay. It's worth a rental, as there is some depth to the gameplay and the presentation is awesome. The problem is that there is nothing really there to keep you playing the game for long periods of time. Grand Prix is only fun for so long, and the Create a Fighter system needs more depth. Still, it's a pretty fun game.
In case of nuclear radiation, stand directly behind your door, but do not open the door, even if the radiation knocks.
If you had enough people, it'd be awesome if you could get yourself two multitaps, and then have each of 30 people pick a wrestler, and then run a legitimate Royal Rumble. You could even go so far as to let up to 6 of them pick when they enter.