Summary: I like this game alot. The graphics are updated, They added the wcw classic title. I was just going to buy this game for my son, But I started playing this game and couldnt stop playing it. The arena are unlocked so U can play in the Wrestlemania arena if you choose. I havent played the road to wrestlemania mode yet, But I heard it is very entertaining. Worth your money if you do not wanna spend alot of money on a wrestling game.
Excerpt: Has a farn of pro wrestling i had high expectaions For this year SVR has last year was a disapointment for me.When I learn this year that it was going to be about Creating and sharing(Sounds like LBP don't it?)and A bigger and better experience of Road To WrestleMania I was exited...Now Does the Game Live to the hype or is it a another SVR 09....
Summary: All in all, it's a pretty solid wrestling game. A *big* improvement was that there is now only one block button, so you don't have to guess if your opponent is going to hit you with a strike or a hold. Some may say that takes away from the "realism" of wrestling, but it cut down on the aggravation factor for me. Other than that, the main thing that separates it from it's predecessors is the ability to download stories created by other players.
Summary: wwe smackdown vs raw 2010. There is stuff in it that i was hoping to see. like even though they had create your own storyline they still didn't add back GM Mode and that is something that I have been wanting to see. There's alot of more stuff that they could add to the wwe smackdown vs raw series. For example in wwe smackdown vs raw 2007 gave you more areas to fight and then in wwe smackdown vs raw 2009 they got rid of the other areas that you could fight.
Summary: As a loyal follower of the SVR series, i've been playing since even the Day of Reckoning days. Once i moved on to the original SVR, i was attached. Smackdown! Vs RAW 2010 delivers some things that i've been personally waiting for, one being the Story Creator. It's always been a hope of mine to be able to create WWE Storylines, and this mode makes it possible. That's a definite upside, but there's still some downsides to this game.
Summary: I have been a wrestling fan nearly all my life. I've played every game from WWF Raw on the SNES to No Mercy on the N64 to Day of Reckoning on the Gamecube to every single SvR title, and I have to say this one rates up there with the best. I was skeptical in buying this, however, as I have become a TNA fan in the past couple years since WWE TV has been CRAP...but that's another story. Needless to say though, I was pleasantly surprised by this release.