Summary: The 24/7 and Hall of Fame modes are stand outs here. There are so many creative elements in this version of Smackdown vs. Raw that it out-did all of its predecessors, giving the player a lot to play for and a lot of fun. Legends include Rock, Stone Cold, Sabu, Terry Funk, Bret Hart and various more. There's even the Million Dollar, Classic WCW and Hardcore titles to unlock, not forgetting the old Attitude version of the WWE title. Still makes for good gaming today.
SmackDown Vs Raw 2008 (PSP): Lacking but still fun
3 February 2010
Summary: Much like the PS2 version of Smackdown vs Raw 2008, this PSP iteration is a fun but ultimately flawed title that isn't by any means a nadir for the series, but it's hardly its greatest moment either. Visually, it's hardly a game to show off the PSP, and indeed, THQ's wrestling games, whatever their platform, always seem quite behind the times visually, and this is no different.
Summary: I picked up this game as I wanted some wrestling action on the go. The game has some new features from last years installment but still has some problems that will put some people off. The game include the Smackdown and RAW WWEs shows and also has the new ECW with the addition of the EWC rules match. In this mode you can do anything you want, weapons are even hidden under the ring. There are plenty of venues and people to use.
SmackDown Vs Raw 2008 (PSP): A good game but the PS2 and 3 versions are much better
3 November 2008
Summary: WWE smack down vs. raw 2008 is a great game that is almost identical to the PS2 and 3 version but with less wrestlers to choose from. The game has a wide range of creation modes allowing you to create wrestlers, move sets, entrances and other stuff for use in the ring. Fighting is easy, the square button and a arrow button will punch, and the circle button with arrow button will graple.
Summary: I first got the psp as a chritsmas present and didnt no what to expect from it. This game was one of the games i was given with the psp. I was very very impressed with the overall system and the game itself is world class. I thought it might be a bit like the old gameboys and things but i was very shocked to see that it is nothing of the like. This game is very simlier to the one of the ps2 and the wii which i have tried it on both.
Summary: This is a game that is really fun, on the go or if you have nothing else to do. This can be fun for non wrestling fans just like i am. The most fun thing about this game i think is all the different match types in the game. Stuff like Hell in a cell, Elimination chamber, TLC, Tables, hardcore, tag team,single, and my favorite ECW extreme rules, and more.
Conclusion: Hated it at first, mainly because the buttons have changed again i.e- to do finisher, it is now triangle not r1, and to run you have to use l1 and the direction buttons, but once you get used to them, it is a great game, the only new match types are extreme rules single, triple threat and fatal four way, i was expecting loads of new ones like extreme elimination chamber, maybe an inferno match, punjabi prison(would be great) and a lumberjack match, which was included on...
Conclusion: this game is no where as good as the ps2 and ps3 vesion such as the controls and that there is no commentery. and there is no stop music throughout the game but this game is good if you want to play it on a journey. better on the ps2 or 3.