Excerpt: After nearly two years of teetering on uncertainty, the future of the TNA Wrestling license became a little more clear when SouthPeak picked up the publishing duties from the now-defunct Midway LA effort.
Summary: TNA stands for Total Nonstop Action, so you can expect TNA iMPACT! to be more extreme and action-packed than competing WWE titles, including tweaks like a six-sided arena, with game modes involving a cage and race for the belt.
Excerpt: As of late, TNA's popularity is quickly rising, thanks to a roster of AAA wrestlers many of which are easily recognizable. With that, it's no surprise that we have our first TNA videogame, as it was only a matter of time until the wrestling license was slapped on a virtual simulation, if you will.
Conclusion: Multiplayer is the best way to enjoy TNA Impact, and there's a full array of match types available. One-on-one matches, three-way free-for-alls, tag-team brawls, handicap contests, and the signature Ultimate X matches are all playable, though only two players can actually compete at a time.
Pros: Attacks land with satisfying force, Simple control scheme, varied move set, Animations are usually smooth.
Cons: Technical flaws can spoil matches, Graphical glitches are common, Story mode doesn't capture personalities of TNA stars, No character creation, Multiplayer limited to two players.
Excerpt: Since 1999 or so there has been a virtual lock on the wrestling video game market by the WWF/WWE. Sure there has been the occasional wrestling game like the two ECW games, the Legends of Wrestling series, the Backyard Wrestling games, and a few attempts from WCW, by but and large when you think...
Summary: TNA stands for Total Nonstop Action, so you can expect TNA iMPACT! to be more extreme and action-packed than competing WWE titles. TNA has a few little tweaks compared to regular wrestling, such as a six-sided arena, with game modes involving a cage and race for the belt.
Excerpt: E’ bello vedere che ancora diversi sviluppatori capaci ( Atlus , EA ) supportano l’ormai vetusta PS2 ; è un po’ meno bello vedere che il suo “canto del cigno” è insesorabilmente appestato da produzioni mediocri come questo TNA Impact! .