Reviews and Problems with TNA Impact: Cross the Line
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this time mick Foley is in the game and hulk Hogan is in the ds version
thomas henry, Amazon
12 August 2012
Summary: Tna impact cross the line for PSP was transported form the consoles to the PSP so if you liked the midway version than you will like this and if you didn't don't get it some of it's different get this and see for yourself because you'll like it.
Summary: This is just an updated version of the original TNA game. Same flaws apply here. The Story mode is next to impossible as the cpu reverses nearly every single move, all their attacks do 3x as much damage as you do to them, which means they reach their signature move before you no matter how long...
Summary: This game compare to R vs S, I would say the standard isn't there. The entrance graphic is great...but when u plays the game. You can feel it. It not very user friendly. The control...it not very well coordinated. A lot of feature you can find R vs S. You definitely can't find it in this game.
Summary: after playing this game once i felt as if i would never touch it again..it was so boring, the career mode was okay but gameplay was absolutely pathetic, you could not grasp the controls as they were so damn complicated, as well as some controls were not even stated in the instruction Manuel.
Like going back in time (but not because of the 6 sided ring)
Pig Benis, Amazon
11 August 2012
Summary: Basically the PS2 version with an updated roster. Still no create a wrestler, still can't play sory mode with anyone else than Suicide. How is it possible that WWF No Mercy is 10 years and 3 generations of consoles old and yet no one can match it?