Summary: The graphics are alright, but of course you lose a good bit of quality compared to other consoles. The controls can be a little awkward on the Wii version (in particular the Irish whip). Road to Rrestlemania and the various unlockables that come with it are pretty fun, but not amazing.
Summary: My 8 yr old boy LOVES this game. He had played it at my sisters and couldn't stop asking for it for x-mas. He played it for probably 2 days straight like any kid with a new video game and now it is just sitting there with all the others, but that's not surprising.
Summary: Every year fans eagerly await the newest edition in the Smackdown vs Raw series. Each year, the game features an updated roster and graphics, as well as new arenas, moves and storylines. There are several new features in this game: The Hell in a Cell has been remade to look more like its real life counterpart, matches can be further tweaked to make any match first blood, finisher only, two out of three falls, etc... So how does this installment stack up to the others?
Summary: I bought this for the sake of having a wrestling game and its a really fun one. The game mechanics are slightly different from previous games and animations are great. graphics on the wii are decent and its great fun playing with friends.
Summary: I actually didn't enjoy this game that much when I first got it. One reason, is because the game I had before this one was the SD VS Raw 2009 game, and the controlling was much different. I liked how in the other one, you could use your arms and act out the punches and such to do the wrestling moves. This one is simply just clicking the buttons on the control, which I am now used to and really enjoy the game.