Summary: I purchased this game from amazon and just received it today. The game is the game I can't truthfully report on gameplay yet, but I will give a word of caution on the packaging. It's in Spanish along with the instruction manual. Don't know if this was an error or not.
Summary: This game wasn't all that great. The characters look decent and the manual does a good job of telling you all the controls. However, moving the characters and trying to do grapple with the analog is just doesn't work well to me.
Summary: The only drawback i had was Road to Wrestlemania, if you don't know what you are doing and just play thru you'll miss alot of stuff and most of the stuff you overlook you end up regret cause it took me a good little minute to unlock Austin and The Rock.
Summary: If you are a fan buy this! why? you will love this. If you are a casual player then buy another fighting game! Why? because its the same thing as previous smackdown games, just updated... and 2 new extras. Overall its ok... :p
Changes made, additions included, but the same game as 2010
Peachy Fox, Amazon
11 January 2011
Summary: I actually didn't think SVR2010 was that bad of a game, and much like last year, I pre-ordered this. But now I think I'm on to THQ's little game: introduce an unfinished concept and then instead of patching the game, just fix it a year later and call it SvR20**.
A Solid, But Flawed Entry to the Venerable Smackdown Series
Joe H., Amazon
2 January 2011
Summary: My point of view is that of an inactive wrestling fan. I was a kid for Hulkmania in the 80's and the peak of my wrestling fandom came during the retroactively titled Attitude era. As that era came to a close the product grew stale for me.