Excerpt: WWE Crush Hour has got to go down as one of the most ridiculous ideas in videogames history. Just look at to the plot: Vince McMahon has now taken control of every TV network in the world. Stop laughing, it gets better. You can now see his WWE superstars in all your favourite TV shows and commercials. Now he’s revving up for his most anticipated debut to date – a no-holds barred battle, where the superstars fight for survival behind the wheel. Welcome to WWE Crush Hour!
Excerpt: Think Twisted Metal meets wrestling, and you've just imagined WWE Crush Hour . It's almost that simple, and its looks match that concept. Fights take place in large arenas (not huge, but big enough), and instead of wrestlers, you have overly exaggerated combat vehicles. These vehicles are ornately decorated, and have the subtlest of cel-shaded looks to them.
Conclusion: The amount of weapons in the game are disappointing and the amount of ammo you receive from each power up is a joke. Sometimes you’ll only get two packs of ammo and trying to actually hit the target makes the weapons seem useless at times. The game has basic power-ups, but nothing more. There is also a multiplayer mode, but it has to be unlocked first which, some may find really annoying even though it's not difficult to unlock.
Excerpt: Après les combats sur un ring, les stars de la WWE s'affrontent en voitures. Pas de pitié dans un jeu de combat ou les chevaliers sont des catcheurs et où les destriers sont des voitures surpuissantes et surarmées. Au sein d'arènes pleines de pièges mortels, la survie est la seule victoire.
Excerpt: Bigre ! Les clowns du ring de la WWE reviennent dans un jeu de carnage motorisé, sauce Twisted Metal Black. Faut croire que les caisses sont vides à la fédération de catch pour accepter de prêter ses stars à un jeu si médiocre.