Reviews and Problems with WWE Legends of WrestleMania
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Wrestlemania's Alternate History
22 September 2009
Conclusion: Concept: Wrap up everything that was ever cool about wrestling and package it in a slightly pared down grappling game
Graphics: The Legends character models are exaggerated, but the crowd could use some work
Sound: Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross do a fine job, but it would have been nice to hear a few...
Conclusion: So what’s left to say about LOWM? Well, it won’t please everyone. Hardcore fanatics may become upset at a few changes to wrestlers (different wrestling attire for The Undertaker) and casual video game fans who don’t appreciate WrestleMania won’t find LOWM too interesting.
Summary: Sure there have been wrestling legend compilations in the past, but none have ever brought this level of presentation. In recreating the biggest matches from WrestleMania, real TV footage sets up the rivalries and does a great job of getting you pumped for the match.
Excerpt: Nostalgia is a beautiful thing. Rose-tinted goggles make us all long for the days when we ran home from school so fast your chest felt like it might explode. Why did we willingly do such a thing? To put the TV on and watch, well, there's an endless list of fondly remembered 80s shows.
Summary: WWE Legends of WrestleMania is poised to deliver an impressive lineup of Legendary Superstars and Managers, a new combo fighting system and a historically accurate representation of WWE telecasts during the '80s and '90s.