Summary: I don't leave many reviews but after playing many wrestling games and coming to this WOW its awful. The only thing it has going for it is the fact that the graphics are not so bad. Don't believe me try it for yourself
Summary: I'm a lifetime wrestling fan and have been playing wrestling video games since Wrestlemania on the NES. There was a ton of negative feedback on this game upon its release and I avoided the game for a long time because of that.
Summary: In no way shape or form is this wrestling game any fun compared 2 any of the past wwe games from the ps1-ps3, the cheapness of how the moves are executed made me wanna slit somebody else's wrist cuz they were just flat out wack.
Awful Wrestling game that suffers from bugs and glitches galore
25 February 2009
Excerpt: Game Info: Name: TNA Impact! Released: September 2008, PS3 Developed by: Midway Studios Average Professional Score: 6 out of 10 RRP: £44.99 - cheapest online store is asda.co.uk at £14.91 You may like TNA Impact! if you liked: WWE Smackdown vs.
Summary: Tna impact is probably the worst wrestling game i have ever played, it is full of inconsistancies and can end up being 5 mins of reversals. there are barely any matches you can actually play and the amount or wrestlers you can pick is minimal.
Summary: I bought this game today, now i thought it would be good, however after playing it for a while i realised that the overall structure is poor, for example the controls are very bad especially when you are down for a pin, you have to click down both analogue sticks in order to kickout, thats...
Summary: I purchased this game upon release, only to regret it 2 minutes after booting it up. the controls are terrible, the moves list is pretty much the same for every wrestler, the matches are boring and slow, the computer AI reverses pretty much everything on any difficulty.
Summary: In my view, it was a terrible game in comparison to any of the WWE substitutes, lacks in everything ranging from fluidity in gameplay to an interesting storyline in the career mode. Not to mention a very small roster and surprising lack of championships.