Summary: I purchased this from my son's 8th birthday. He and his 10 year old brother played the game from 7 AM until he went to bed that night. It is one month later and they have been playing the game everyday since then. My 2 daughters ages 4 and 11 also play with them. I recommend this game to anyone who is a TNA fan.
Summary: This game is horrid. The controls are balls, the graphics are decent, The gameplay sucks, all the wrestlers have the same moves except for finishers, the match types suck, the AI players are super human Nazi's, the 2 second entrances suck and over all this game is a total failure. Midway insulted TNA with this game.
Summary: I was a bit nervous when I bought this cause I didn't know how it would work with the wii remotes. It took me a little bit to figure it out, but getting better as I go on. Not completely sure on how to unlock characters and some of the hints or tips they give relate to the basic controller and not the wii remote. I was bummed to find no knockouts and none of the specialty matches TNA is known for.
Summary: The moves are a little hard to pull off and it seems like their done at random with the Wii-mote. There's a couple graphical gliches and the game overall feels a little watered down. On the up-side, I love the animations, especially when you hit them with a chair and they go flying across the ring screaming. The story mode is pretty cool too. Wish they had more types of matches like ladder matches, six sides of steel or battle royal.
Summary: Do not buy this game the controls are awful and the play is very repetitive. I thought with Tna putting alot of stock into there first game they would have actually played the game before they sold it. The controls for the wii make no sense and would have been better not making it for the wii. I rarely trash games butting getting this when it came out i got rid of it a month later and was happier taking the loss then letting it collect dust.