Summary: WWE '13 takes everything that was great about last year's fantastic and makes one key improvement - the addition of the Attitude Era. The current state of the WWE is pretty darn dismal, which has translated into the videogames having awful rosters full of midcarders and jobbers who are hard to get...
Excerpt: Growing up, my friends and I would spend hours with games like WWF No Mercy and Smackdown trying to recreate our favorite moments. We would throw Mick Foley off the cage, pit wrestlers like Stone Cold Steve Austin against rivals like The Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels.
Summary: I will openly admit that I had lost a lot of love for the WWE video game franchise in recent years and wondered whether the latest in the series " WWE 13 " could rekindle any enjoyment I had with the games throughout their history.
Summary: WWE 13 is a very enjoyable game with a fantastic story mode that everyone should try out. The gameplay has been made smoother with easier reversals and some slight additions that give it more depth.
Excerpt: Last year’s revamp and rebrand of THQ and Yuke’s wrestling games was a sensible decision, as the series formally titled WWE Smackdown and then WWE Smackdown vs. Raw had long been due an overhaul of its primary mechanics and underlying engine.
Excerpt: After all of the hype and promoting THQ has been doing for WWE ’13 , fans may have been expecting a bit of a letdown. WWE '12 was easily one of the best wrestling games of all-time and hands-down the best current generation WWE game, but many wondered how Yuke's would do in there follow-up title.
Excerpt: adds onto an already solid foundation, and puts the attitude back in wrestling games, both literally and figureatively. While the game still has some flaws which will remind you it's still got a bit to go before it's an all-timer.