Reviews and Problems with WWE SmackDown! Vs Raw 2006
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Smackdown on the PSP
23 November 2007
Excerpt: nter Milan boss Jose Mourinho recently admitted that he plans to return to the English Premier League, leading The Mirror to sensationally link the Portuguese gaffer with an eventual move to Manchester United.
Pros: Updated Roster,TLC Hell in A Cell,GM Mode,New Story Mode
Excerpt: Wrestling games have always been popular on games consoles due to their replayability and multiplayer support. So in making the jump to hand-held, THQ have attempted to include most of what have made these games so successful. In the main, this has been successful.
Pros: A very good basis for a hand - held wrestling game .
Excerpt: WWE: SMACKDOWN VS RAW 2006 (PSP) So, what is it about wrestling, and more specifically World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), that makes it such a winning and durable formula for audiences to watch?
Pros: More tactical based wrestling, management side - game and wonderful graphics ! Excellent stuff !
Cons: Very painful loading times that will make you take a lump hammer to your PSP !
Excerpt: The WWE Smackdown series has been running for several successful years now on the PS2. I had not played the similar titled game on the PS2 before playing this handheld version, so I was playing it with a very open mind.
Pros: Very good graphics . Smooth gameplay . Hours of entertainment
Excerpt: Smackdown Vs Raw 2006 has already been released on the PS2 and was an exceptional game, wrestling fans from everywhere enjoyed the game, all the wrestlers signature moves, arenas and unlockable characters. This game is similiar to its twin, and plays it well, especially for a PSP game.
Pros: Nice Graphics, A Variety of Unlockables, New Modes
Cons: Say Hello To The Loading Times of All Time For The PSP
Summary: Well I just went out and bought the game at my local gaming store. I got to tell you there is alot of great things to say about this game. It's true what they say about the PS2 version not much is different except screen size and killer loading times.
Summary: This is a pretty faithful port of the PS2 version and as such has the same pros and cons as that title. To start with the good. It looks great, action is smooth and the control system is very easy to get to grips with (anyone who's played the PS2 Smackdown titles will be familiar anyway).