Summary: tna impact needs improvement to the game by updating their roster with more female characters and needs work on how your tag team partener reacts on your behalf. The roster in svr 2010 and 2011 are more update than any tna game out their games.Don't get this game it's to weak
Summary: TNA has long been trying to compete with TNA, basically signing anybody who leaves the WWE, either willingly (Christian) or due to the WWE basically releasing them/burying them (Booker T) or the WWE basically telling them to leave or accept drug counseling (Angle). The matches can be high-octane affairs, but with a tendency to have a very "Seen it before" vibe if you watch more than a few weeks.
Summary: This game sucks! They are always countering even if it's on easy mode. When you roll into the ring you can hurt somebody. THere is no good matches except for Ultimate X which a complicated style for getting the X. It has some lame stars with lame finishers. Everybody does the same moves. You have to earn money to do a better finisher move with you're created wrestler.
Summary: This game has far to many glitches to be released. The way to kick out of a pin sucks and it is not worth 60 dollars! you can only play 1v1 online when the box says you can play all kind of modes online. Stay away from, if you really want to play this game just rent it. Also does anyone have the Code to unlock Mike Tenay?
Summary: The graphics get a 4.5 of 5...the last .5 is because the characters do not actually touch during matches, there is a small space between them. Gameplay is alright...3.5 of 5 Storyline gets a 2 of 5...you have to use a created wrestler in story mode, the only choice is what the person looks like and the moves he does, you cant even change the name of the character, which is Suicide(I wanted to do that myself after only five minutes of play)...
If you are a TNA fan it's worth buying if you can pick it up under £10, if not it's best avoided
15 June 2009
Excerpt: As far as wrestling games go, there's not that many that are really outstanding. In fact, I'd go as far as saying the last great wrestling game was WWF Wrestlefest, which was in the arcades in the early 90s! It may be a dated game in today's 'standards', but that game was very playable and you could get into it straight away, take part in tag-team matches and royal rumbles with ease, yet mastering the game required a lot of time and skill to do so.
Good for something different and easy achievement points, after novelty wears off pretty worthless.
16 May 2009
Excerpt: TNA Impact was a game I had been looking forward to for a long long time, the first time I played it I enjoyed the novelty of going some non WWE wrestlers, been a long time since we have had the chance to go the likes of Sting etc and not had the chance to play as some of the better wrestlers on the scene today such as Styles & Joe. After the initial novelty wore off I found the game severely lacking in a lot of areas.