WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010 has more than sixty combatants, some superstars of the sport and some less well known, who take part in extreme combat in a virtual arena with enhanced customization.
WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010 PSP Review.
I've been playing wresting games ever since I can remember and this time I decided to get a wrestling game for PSP. First, time I have ever played one in my entire life (on the PSP). With aside from the graphics being a little dumbed down.
If you are worrying about not getting many characters that is not a problem with Smackdown VS Raw 2010. You will be getting over 65 characters and a handful of divas. You will also get a variety of match types, as well, you can even enjoy Road to WrestleMania which is back again with an all new "Create a Superstar Career Mode." If you can create people then you really have endless amounts of characters that you can choose from!
Ok so, the all Story Designer is back and this time you can create a ton of characters and put them in any scene you would like. There are actually over 100 scenes you can put them in. The cool thing is you can make them say whatever you want them to say, and even tweak the camera angles the way you want them. Really, the sky is the limit. I have already made a ton of scenes and you can make I believe 55 and store them, over a 10 year storyline.
There have been a ton of improvements to this game, there are all new and improved camera angles with all new moves with more exciting grapples. You can even grapple while you are on the ground now. Another great thing is the reversals, it might sound a little bit easier but you hit R in during a tiny window of opportunity to execute the reversal.
Still there are a couple of bugs where the game will be a little off vs the console versions, but for the most part they have fixed a lot of previous bugs. There are still a ton of outfits and stuff to choose from, but there is no commentary during matches, just music playing. I really don't mind it though; actually got kind of used to it.
It’s a good game and you can't really put the same expectations that are on the console games. True, the crowd is blurry and the graphics are bit jaggy for my taste. This game doesn't allow you to play with your friends in multiplayer mode or anything, which is kind of disappointing. However, I can say that the Create-A-Superstar mode is back and can give you hours and hours of fun.