Conclusion: THQ have really cracked it. The Buried Alive Casket match, two new wrestler attributes (Stamina and Hardcore), and a realistic momentum system all combine to turn the series away from it’s arcade roots and towards that of a simulation. Further additions to the game include a more robust online mode, which may I add is BRILLIANT, improved character models and facial animations, a streamlined character creation mode, and more interactive backgrounds.
Summary: i think this game is a really good game it was my 2nd game on PSP and it was worth every penny! i like the fact that all my fave superstars are in it (such as orton, undertaker, HBK, rey mysterio, eddie and MORE) i love the selection of legends they give you! all together they are: Hogan, Hollywood Hogan, 80s Hogan, Andre the Giant, British Bulldog, Bret Hart, Jimmy Hart, Ted DiBiase, Stone Cold Steve Austin(Austin 3:16), The Rock(HOORAY!!!
Summary: Having left behind the Smackdown series at Here Comes the Pain and only briefly playing the first Smackdown vs. Raw, I was interested in seeing how far the series has progressed. So when I bought Smackdown vs Raw 2006, I found that not all that much had changed, but it was still a great wrestling game. I was amazed at straight away at the amount of stuff that they've been able to cram in there.
Summary: This game has so many good points and pretty much only one or two bad points. First the good points brilliant graphics for a hand held console pretty much equal to the PS2, ALL the features of the PS2 game plus a couple of others (the other features are RUBBISH though will get to that in a moment), Great SFX, Great Season mode (2 years this year instead of just one), New match types are fantastic like buried alive is so fun to play as well as the all new bar room brawl...