Conclusion: Possibly the worst wrestling game I’ve ever played. I could well be judging it quite harshly as I bought this and Def Jam: Fight for New York in the same day. Graphics are nice and shiny, however someone at THQ clearly forgot that you can’t have a game with out gameplay.
Conclusion: When i say that the newest addition to the WWE series is worse then the original WWE Raw game for Xbox, i mean what i am saying. And that is sad considering that Raw was the very first Xbox WWE game to come out...
Summary: Flat out.....This game was horrible. I was very disappointed, concidering all the hype and potential that this game was suppose to pose. Everything, except maybe the graphics, were very upseting, and I couldn't have wasted my money in a worst matter.
Conclusion: like everyone else, I was perhaps looking forward to WM21 with over anticipated excitement, for so long we in the Xbox community had been conned and denied when it came down to a decent wrestling game and yet our counterparts in the PS2 comunity seemed to have finally been rewarded with Raw vs...
Summary: this game is pretty well brought out, especially the online play and voice over, but the graphics are not as good as the smackdown games on PS2's, it was fun on that but this game on the XBOX is not completely fun.
Conclusion: I think that WM21 is better than Raw & Raw 2, but the gameplay could really be improved. The graphics are great, I like the new superstar voiceovers for the career mode, but why the heck can you not use the WWE superstars music in your created superstars entrance?
Conclusion: this game is better than raw and raw 2 but the thing that pisses me off the most is that when you on the floor your opponent can do a grapple has many times thay want! and the AI is only by millimeter is better than Raw 2. The hell in a cell maches are great.
Conclusion: After Raw 2, I was really upset. Where is my good XBox wrestler? Will I ever get one? I saw screen shots of Wrestlemania 21, heard the glowing previews, got myself all excited, endured the seemingly endless pushbacks, still excited that they were PERFECTING XBox's first great wrestling title.