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.
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.
Summary: WWE All-Stars is a Arcade Wrestling game for the Nintendo 3DS. The character roster is a whopping 43 professional wrestlers from the past and present with all Downloadable Content characters from the console version already on the 3DS game card when you buy it.
Summary: Lots of fun. Would be more fun as a party game with friends or online. The story modes are okay but it's the over the top action that wins me over. Lots of moves true to the different wrestlers and their styles. Would have liked a few more extras to give it a more finished feel, but worth the buy.
Summary: WWE Allstars puts wrestling and off the wall arcade action fused to together for a wild fantasy competion between already famous wrestlers. The game can look just like any realistic wrestling game, punches, kicks, slams, submissions, signature moves, turnbuckle moves, Ariel moves, taunts , ect it...