tna impact wrestling has a few flaws in it but after it's all said and done it works just fine.
thomas henry, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: I actually enjoyed playing this game. And the moves are hard to do it doesn't say hardly anything in the instruction booklet of the moves but what do you expect. This game isn't a wwe game that has to be perfect but for some reason my copy just wouldn't load in the beginning so i had to keep on taking them back to gamestop to get a copy that would work. And it was the same day it came out. Now i don't know if it was the game or my Xbox but the 5 th one worked.
Summary: You create your own guy to story mode and unlock achievements and characters. The first few matches are easy. Then you get a tag team partner. Later matches take several rematches to beat, at least for me, but the story continues forward regardless of how many rematches on the same guy until you eventually win the match. It froze twice on two stints in Japan and then near the end- a la Nintento- blow on it, etc and some dirt just needed to be cleaned.
Summary: i have beaten this entire game.dont get me wrong.i like but... 1-ive played much better wrestling games on the n64 2-the controls are confusing 3-each wrestler has a very limited amount of moves 4-the create a character is a joke 5-if you get pinned,you lose even a minute into it.the only way to avoid this is by franticly and violently jerking the stick all around.ive kicked out once out of about 100 times.
Summary: The game is pretty good accept for a few short comings.The create a character is pretty limited and the entrances for the wrestlers aren't really that spectacular. The action is fun at first but gets very repetive after a while due to the fact that you can perform the same moves over and over again. All in all it's a good wrestling game, but only if you are looking for one to play for a while.