Reviews and Problems with WWE Legends of WrestleMania
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Fun, but Could've Been Better. But That's Life.
D. Smith, Amazon
6 June 2013
Summary: As many others have pointed out, good roster, strange choice in control scheme. It's not that it's difficult. It's actually too simplified, like the game came out of the eras during which these matches took place. I agree they should've stuck with SDvR controls, and yes, the pre-match taunts, the attacks, and the holds are pretty much identical across the roster. There also doesn't seem to be a set result as to what will happen when you hit those controls.
I would only recommend this game to people who miss yesterdays wrestlers.
10 November 2012
Summary: The game is alright. The controls are completely different from the regular Raw vs Smackdown games. If the controls were the same this would be the crown jewel. I love all the old characters since I grew up watching them and even forgot about a couple of them. Though I don't like it as much as the others, I still beat everything so it's not horrible enough that you can't play it.
Summary: Really enjoying all the great legends this game has to offer but disappointed in the lack of moves. I am heart broken to NOT see Razor Ramon & "Big Daddy Cool" Diesel!.. I checked to see if there might be a roster update or maybe Downloadable Content, but nothing =/ Also, no Macho Man?! When are they going to make a WWE game with Razor & Diesel..? P.S.
Summary: As someone who grew up in the heyday of WWF/WWE, the 80s and the early 90s, I can say this game has some nostalgia but is far from being a total classic wrestling game. Some of the wrestlers in the game, is a big HUH? Plus wasted attire, signs, etc with SVR 09! Seriously, The Rock, Steve Austin, Hunter Hearst Helmsley?? It is like THQ thought, this will help be appealing to the younger crowd, HELLO, it is a LEGENDS GAME!
Summary: The game is in perfect condition and the delivery time was really good, the game didn't came with the manual, and at first it was really hard for me to play, but besides of that, everything was really good!
Summary: While it's a great reminder of the 1980's/1990's days of the WWE,the gameplay is repetitive,it lacks any replay value,it's overly simplistic and all the wreslters look more like action figures then real-life humans. It also doesn't have "Macho Man' Randy Savage & Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat who had the greatest match in the history of WrestleMania at WM 3 in 1987 and that bout then on to be named Match of the year by readers of PWI. I give this game a 5 out of 10.
Summary: Game is decient. i dont like the layout of the system used to wrestle and the characters dont look all that good. also alot of the legends are no in there. seriously how can you not put Razor Ramon into this game. i spent alot of time custom making legends and ring entrances before i really started to play.
Summary: So I am way into 80's and 90's WWF (keep the F in!) This game brings all the classic superstars to your screen, with their ring music and entrances. So, that alone to me is worth the measly $19. The game itself is decent, but a better control scheme could've have made this game great. The controls aren't bad, but it can be difficult to control precisely what move your wrestler performs. The quicktime events are an ok idea, but I don't like the randomness.