Reviews and Problems with WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2007
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WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 Review
18 June 2007
Excerpt: WWE is a strange form of entertainment, acting as a kind of action movie soap opera for people bored of the events in Eastenders and Emerdale. Quite how a load of beefed up men (and women), performing orchestrated moves on one another and talking smack is entertainment, I don't know, but it is.
Excerpt: When I was a kid, I used to watch WWF wrestling on TV late at night, while my parents were asleep. Things have changed since then. The WWF had to “Get the ‘F’ out” – as their ad campaign stated, because of the (World Wildlife Foundation).
Excerpt: WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 is another installment in what many consider to be one of the top wrestling franchises of all time. Developed by Japanese studio Yuke’s Media Creations, and published by industry stalwart THQ, this steroid-filled slam fest makes a strong case for itself this year.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Although this is wrestling don't be put off by the franchise - you don't have to be a WWE fan to enjoy this brawler although undoubtedly it helps. No doubt there are more technical fighting games out there but as light entertainment and for those looking for something a little...
Summary: WWE Smackdown Vs Raw 2007 is another solid title in the series, but fans need to consider if it's worth the upgrade knowing that next year will see a PS3 version - which will hopefully allow Yukes to push more boundaries.
Excerpt: Serien WWE SmackDown vs. RAW har altid været en af de større sællerter for THQ og Yuke's Media Creations, der også har udviklet dette syvende spil i franchisen. Af alle wrestlingspil på markedet, som dog ikke har været overfyldt af denne type spil, har denne serie altid haft en stensikker...
Excerpt: Wrestling, das in Deutschland auch als Catchen bezeichnet wird, ist eine populäre Show-Sportart, die besonders in Japan, den USA und Mexiko eine große Fangemeinde besitzt. In Deutschland ist diese nicht ganz ungefährliche Sportart nicht so verbreitet und beliebt wie in den USA oder Japan.