Excerpt: Wrestling, the Hollywood style. Never been a fan of it and even less of the games. And suddenly WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2007 falls in my mailbox, together with a Borat-like spandex, accompanying make-up and an inflattable babe with balcony to encourage me!
Excerpt: Chris Masters may very well be little more than The Narcissist Lex Luger v2 (which, in itself, isn’t the best gimmick to revisit), but he not only has the necessary muscle-adorned looks, but more than enough arrogance to tide the persona over.
Conclusion: If you enjoy human competition, either online or in the same room, and you are not too into creating customized wrestlers, the game’s glitches and flaws will have little effect on your enjoyment of it.
a bit derivative and in danger of eating its own creative tail. Probably. Is it fun? In the words of my favorite, beer-chugging Texan, oh hell yeah. While the presentation problems are something Yuke's is definitely going to have to address now that next-gen is no longer the sweaty dream of those...
Excerpt: WWE is a strange form of entertainment, acting as a kind of action movie soap opera for people bored of the events in Eastenders and Emerdale. Quite how a load of beefed up men (and women), performing orchestrated moves on one another and talking smack is entertainment, I don't know, but it is.
Conclusion: Côté son, les amateurs de métal seront servis. En effet, cela va de paire avec l'image agressive de catch. Les spéctateurs vous applaudissent lorsque vous rentrer sur le ring (évidemment, une fois que vous vous êtes fait un nom ), puis hurlent lorsque vous faîtes une prise spéctaculaire à votre...
Excerpt: WWE SmackDown! Vs. RAW 2007 is the third game in the best-selling wrestling franchise published by THQ. This version offers many new features, amazing graphics and highly realistic wrestling action. Naturally, this version of the SmackDown! Vs. RAW series is the most extensive to date.