Summary: Didn't like it...u gotta go threw so much to get moves for your created player...then you can't choose your moves..then when you in career mode you wrestling most wrestlers wit your same moves....story line was kinda wack to..I stop playin it...da game is jus collecting dust right now...I like tna wrestling betta than wwe but da game is wack..
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. Well, I finally decided to pick up the game after I found it used for $8 earlier today and I already want my money back. The first thing that sticks out about this game are the nice graphics.
Summary: Horrible game overall. Controls that are limited and don't register most of the time. Every wrestler has the same movesets. You have to go through career mode with a generic CAW to unlock stuff, rather than one of the in game wrestlers. The CAW mode is weak. The entrances are EXTREMELY brief. The graphics are really nice, but they clearly put little effort into anything else. I would rather play WCW vs the World for PSOne than this.
Summary: How can TNA,even call this a wrestling game?No belts or finishing moves unless your in front of guy?No create a move list?Only 5 created wrestlers at a time?Short entrances?No in crowd fighting?Only chairs can be weapons?No complete move sets for any of the wrestlers?Sting does do a Scorpion Death Lock ya know......
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. Raw 2009 (PS3) Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This At Home (PS2) Wrestling games owe a lot to the early Smackdown series, which sent the genre from fan base only to a worldwide phenomenon.