Summary: I purchased this essentially just so I could download the Randy Savage DLC, but I quickly learned via gameplay that this THQ title was not yet at the stage of well refined WWE gaming like WWE'13 is. It might be more expensive, but buy WWE'13 instead of this.
This game has great graphics but as a woman it is just not the same
Kevin Mccallister, Amazon
14 April 2013
Summary: Ever since these WWE games began not allowing the Diva and female stars to wrestle the guys directly, and started forceing the issue of mixed tag teams, and women only fight women, it has lost much of its novelty for me personally.
Summary: I pre-ordered this game for my son for Christmas because it says you can have The Rock as a playable character. Little does it tell you that you have to unlock The Rock. He plays the game fairly frequently and he still has not unlocked The Rock.
Summary: For this year's edition game publisher THQ drops the Smackdown Vs Raw moniker in favor of the new and simpler "WWE 12" but it's still clearly a continuation of the franchise, and I can't say that there any drastic change except perhaps the controls.
Summary: This game looks fun and was fun for a very short time after you play for awhile you are like wait a minute something is missing and you then realize the control scheme sucks and the roster is missing a lot of stars and legends only to find you have to pay money to download them which is just a way...
Summary: Hello fans of the WWE and buyers of their products. Yesterday I went out and picked up my reserved copy of WWE '12. I popped it into my PS3 and waited for my game data to be installed, finally ten minutes go by and the first thing I do is go to the creations selection.