WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 - Wii

Release Date:

October 26, 2010

Viewing USA:

Also on UK.
6.5

Summary:

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 contains more than 70 pro wrestlers, male and female, are included, along with over 100 match variants. Highlights include "Hell in a Cell," "Money in the Bank," and "Tables, Ladders & Chairs." A new physics system is included to heighten the game's realism, and the "Road to WrestleMania" mode has been retooled to incorporate new storylines, free-roaming locker rooms, and impromptu matches. The most notable addition is the "WWE Universe" mode, which has you making an assortment of decisions to help shape future scenarios, from new rivalries and alliances to championship matches and surprise events outside the ring.

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by THQ
Release Date: 11/09/2008

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redddddy

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6.5

Personally, I never thought that a wrestling game could get really good. Although there are some faults to it, there are more good things that you can enjoy and forget about the bad bits.

To start things off, there are a lot of things that you can do as there is a wide variety of choices to be made. For instance, you can access the WWE universe which holds many matches to engage in from the simple exhibition matches to the Royal Rumble, and to the biggest match of all, the Wrestle Mania. With just one option alone, you can be sure that there are plenty of hours to spend in playing.

Selecting a character is also a moment in heaven as there are 70 superstars to choose from and not to mention that there are secret characters that can be unlocked as you proceed with some portions of the game.

The game is pretty realistic, well, at least in the world of WWE. There are times that you may need to fight another opponent just after you defeated an opponent. You can also get attacked while you are entering the ring or while you are pinning the enemy. These may be small details, but they give you that wrestling experience unlike any other.

However, you should also note that there are still some faults to this game. The first thing that you will notice will be the graphics. The game did not capitalize on the Wii’s engine for better graphics and when you take a closer look, you will also see some lines in the audiences and over the referee’s head. Not to mention that the characters look edgy, something like a PlayStation 2 game.

Picking up the Road to Wrestle Mania option gives your character the chance to walk around the back stage and also strengthen his/her self for the coming occasion. However, despite the fact that you spend hours and hours in leveling up your character for the big day, this may get useless as there is little effect on the character when you do those things. What a total waste of time.

The game also features the ability to reverse a pin made on you and make it your own pin and also reverse a grapple when an opponent throws one on you. This feature is either the blessing or the curse of the game. When you play at multiplayer mode, you might get stressed with people trying to reverse your grapples over and over again just to make a simple suplex and turn the fight into a slug fest match.

Furthermore, the commentary on the side can be at times wrong or annoying. But they still add up to the fun.

But in general, the game is still a satisfying experience as there are plenty of things to do and many characters to choose from. The faults are always there but you can bet that they do not affect the game play in a total sense or make you would regret buying the game.

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