Excerpt: Wrestling has been a major industry for some years now. The soap opera for men draws in millions. TNA has grown by leaps and bounds since it was started. I was interested in the Midway games based on their six sided ring concept. On the face of it wrestling is not family friendly. Scantily clad women parading around, men beating each other senseless, and blood. Yes I know wrestling is pre-determined. Yes I know they are not out there to hurt one another.
Excerpt: TNA or Total Non-stop Action is a 7 year old wrestling company that more or less rose from the ashes of the now defunct WCW federation. As a HUGE fan of the federation and wrestling in general, I knew that TNA would eventually get a video game deal, especially with big names like Sting, Booker T, and Kurt Angle in their ranks.
Excerpt: Name: TNA Impact Genre: Professional Wrestling Platform: PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii (Reviewed on Xbox 360) Back at E3, when we first got our hands on Midway’s new wrestling game, TNA Impact , we were told that it would revolutionize the wrestling genre. With features like interruptable animations, an entirely new submission system, and a streamlined grappling mechanic, we were ready to believe it. The early release we played had some technical issues, but overall, felt...
Conclusion: Nein, nein, nein, so nicht! Was haben sich die Entwickler hierbei nur gedacht? Dass die Wii-Version technisch nicht mit den anderen beiden mithalten kann dürfte klar sein, doch die ganzen Kürzungen und die schlechte Steuerung vermiesen einem jeglichen Spaß. Wii-Besitzer müssen also weiterhin auf das erste richtig gute Wrestling-Spiel warten.
Pros: Solider Sound
Cons: magerer Story-Modus, schlechte Grafik, viele Kürzungen, wenige Spiel-Modi, kein Online-Modus, komplizierte Steuerung