Reviews and Problems with WWE Legends of WrestleMania
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Fun button mashing Wrestling game
Robert! "Robert!", Amazon
14 June 2013
Summary: I _thought_ this was another wrestling game entitled, "WWE All Stars" which also features the greats like Ultimate Warrior who I happened to be the major reason I got the game (daughter is obsesed with him) Although this isn't as challenging and realistic as WWE All Stars, this game provides superior quick thrills if you're hankering for a battle.
Summary: Gameplay: As an avid wrestling games fan, I believed this game would be at least worthwhile, to play around with the multiple match types as well as go through the career mode with my created wrestler. I didn't get that chance. I came to realize you could only relive, rewrite or re-decide WWE History with the wrestlers provided to you, which makes creating a wrestler virtually pointless (unless you want to play matches which don't get you anywhere).
Summary: Legends of Wrestlemania for the XBOX 360, at first glance, looks like a great wrestling game due to the great roster of WWF/WWE Legends as well as the ability to merge the entire WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009 roster. However, the control system is really what hurts this game. The chain button system is very difficult to master and when performing a finisher, the moves don't really line up to well.
Summary: I consider myself a casual gamer - the most points I've ever earned is 720 out of 1000 for Fable II, and it took me about a month of solid playing to earn that. I gained all 1000 points in about 4 days for Legends of WrestleMania. I had a blast doing it, but was pretty disappointed to know how easy it was.
Summary: I would usually set my review telling you why to buy it,but let's face it if you are A Old School Wrestling Fan chances are you are already getting this Games.So,for the rest of the undecided here are the best reasons-Relive,Redefine and Rewrite Game modes as well as Legend Killer are challenging and will provide for some fun Gameplay.The Roster of Legends are impressive and the Stages are well done as well as the mini movies in between the Game Modes.One of the best...
Summary: Better than SvR 09 but only if you REALLY love to sim cpu vs cpu matches! With that said, this game highly excels at that, being on-par with FirePro Returns! and that's saying something.. But, if you love actually PLAYING your wrestling game, well..this game lacks in that department!
Summary: The concept it's good, but the controls are complicated and some of the graphics are pretty silly. It seems as if some wrestlers have shoulderpads and they seem bulkier, such as Andre the Giant. The videos and games modes are fun, but they're shadowed by aforementioned controls. Overall, it's a good game but for die-hard fans only.
Summary: PRO's: - If you are an gamer achievement [...] like me, than this is the game for you. - Nostalgia, Nostalgia, Nostalgia. Con's: - Too easy - Kind of clunky on the game play end of it. - Use of Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler for the older matches was lame. - Clunky - Clunky even still.