fun, old-school wrestling! (...admittedly with some flaws)
29 October 2011
Summary: [Note: This review has been edited since it was first posted.] I've noticed that this game has received a lot of negative reviews. No, this game may not be perfect. But I still find it to be very fun.
Summary: Several years ago I picked up a used copy of this at videogame store, and I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. To tell the truth, I'd never even seen most of the wrestlers on the game, but I still thought it was very cool.
Summary: I've been a wrestling fan since I was 3. I'm now 24. This game brings back ALOT of memories. The graphics are good, the venues are good. It's overall a good game. The only things I would change is I would add more wrestlers to the roster.
Summary: Okay so this game isn't as good as the Smackdown games that come out once a year, but this game is still a worthy investment. I wouldn't call this a pro-wwf game although many of the names that are on here were big name star for that company.
Summary: Yes, the game is not perfect, but the huge roster of wrestlers (73) is very impressive, especially since it includes a lot of guys you won't see in a WWE game. Granted, there are some omissions, mostly due to those wrestlers still being employed by Vince McMahon (Ric Flair, Sean Michaels, and...
Summary: I personally love the game. I grew up watching wrestling and while I dont watch it much anymore, it is fun to play with all the guys I grew up watching. The graphics are great, and while there are some minor glitches, it is a fun game to watch. I like the controls and the music is cool.