Reviews and Problems with Lucha Libre AAA Heroes del Ring
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if you are looking for a competitive game look else where
15 December 2014
Summary: If i could some up this game in one word, it would be fun. The game is tons of fun, and can be very funny as well. The story will have you crafting your own character, you have four custom character slots and the character builder is basic but has some depth letting you choose every single move and taunt your character does as well as altering his looks. Once you have done that you choose to either be a "rudo"(the bad guys) or "Tecnicos"(good guys).
Summary: This game has several modes. I personally just flew through both plot modes (one you play as the hero, the other as the heel) and they were fun, albeit not particularly different besides just who you fight. The story lines are not that deep and that's why I docked one star. However, the fighting engine is well designed, based on a tried and true proven formula.
Summary: This is the second copy i have bought. The wrestlers are fun and interesting and the two storylines are good. the controls are a bit spotty at times.Theres not enough match variety.The commentary is dull and repetitive. So while it is fun it could have been much better.
Summary: I used to own this title on PS3. Slow paced and strategy based wrestling title featuring some of the best wrestlers from Mexico. You can fight and taunt your way to victory in this grappler. Plays similar to the engines you loved in the N64 wrestling days of THQ/AKI. Commentary by Konnan and Moody Jack is decent but has it's low points. Visually this game looks great, everyone is jacked and ripped in the comic book style that Lucha Libre is noted for.
Summary: Ever play TNA Impact? THIS GAME IS EXACTLY LIKE IT! Slang did NOTHING different than Midway did with TNA Impact. A few things are different but not much and if you are a true fan of Lucha Libre, don't bother buying this game, it doesn't capture the fast paced action of Lucha Libre.