Summary: if you are a wrestling fan, then this game is for you. It has more of an arcade feel to it (which is a nice change from wwe 2k series), and has my favorite wrestlers. I would have given a 5 star review, but the controls are a little confusing and were tough for me to get a hang of. it is def worth playing though, and if you can, try it before you buy it, as some may not like the arcade feel.
The second-generation superstar child of WrestleFest.
Rein Engel, Amazon
12 May 2014
Summary: If you liked the arcade games "WWF Superstars" and "WWF WrestleFest" from back in the day, then you'll love this. It's very important that you do not take it seriously, though, because if you do, you'll be disappointed. There is a CAW mode, but it's laughable. You can't make your own entrance or movesets, which was a huge letdown for me, but then I realized that this is a pick-up-and-play game, not a customizable simulation.
Summary: This is the best wrestling game since the N64 days of No Mercy, Wrestlemania 2000 & WCW/nWo Revenge, this game is a lot better than all the Legends of Wrestling games that don't have good gameplay at all, I love the rosters of those Legends games but they don't play well and this game is also much better than all the Smackdown vs Raw games, WWE 2K14 etc. in my opinion, those games have a lot of options and arena's, big rosters etc.
The All Stars of Past and Present Collide in this Great Buy!
14 April 2014
Summary: I first decided to buy this game because I really just wanted to experience it. WWE All Stars is a complete over haul to the WWE game franchise with over the top moves and characters blown out of proportion in size, so why wouldn't someone want to play this? The game has an amazing roster of current and past stars as well as a Create feature which allows you to create your own Legend.