Reviews and Problems with WWE Smackdown! Shut Your Mouth
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WWE Smackdown!: Shut Your Mouth
Game Over Online
22 February 2004
Excerpt: Bonding with sweaty males has never been a fixation for me. You have to look past the obvious disgust of fighting men in speedos in order to find out what wrestling is all about. The tense rivalries, the funny speeches, the high-risk maneuvers… and lets not forget about the women!
Excerpt: Smackdown, in the capable hands of Yukes, is viewed as the most “Arcade” of THQ’s wrestling titles. Its fast paced action and reversal heavy tilt has ingratiated it to many Playstation fans but has also alienated the fans of the more strategic N64 releases.
Excerpt: Side by side with last year's Raw on the powerful Xbox console, WWE Smackdown! Shut Your Mouth 's player models look surprisingly as good on the PS2. The richness of the detail that went into creating all of your favorite WWE Superstars is unbelievable.
Excerpt: So what has changed between WWE Smackdown! Just Bring It and Shut Your Mouth ? Just about everything really. Fans of the series will instantly recognize the jump in the quality of the graphics.
Summary: last year it was received with some pretty mixed results. While was an excellent PSOne title, starved gamers were looking for something that would advance the genre to the next level. What they received, however, was a slight improvement that failed to deliver to expectations.
Excerpt: When THQ released their last Wrestling title on the PS2, many people took it like a steel chair to the forehead. All the hype and high expectations, yet they only delivered a mediocre title that didn’t seem to use half of the capabilities of the “Next Gen” console.