Summary: This is an ok game, the roster has got four versions of Mick Foley: Cactus Jack, Dude love, Mankind, and Mick Foley himself. It`s even got Hulk Hogan. The controls are horrible though, you have to press the Y button to run and once you`re running, you cant change your direction and if your using a small person like Rey Mysterio, if you try to get somebody off there feet, u can`t move them at all.
Summary: This game is an old game but still fun the control system is not like SVR08 but you have a large selection of move sets and old divas aswell old wrestler that are not part of the company any more. this game for me it is more fun than the new WWE games. getting this game now is not a bad idea if you are looking to play old WWE games.
Summary: The music and sound is well done, but there aren't enough options. 5 voice options and a dozen base songs. The music and voices just repeat way too much. The graphics are average at best, even considering this title is 5 years old. All the wrestler bodies look the same, and everything is either blurry or boxy.
Summary: This is probably my 2nd favorite Smackdown vs Raw game, behind 2011 for gameplay. What makes me like this game more than 2011 in different ways include certain characters, certain modes, and graphics. While I prefer the fast-paced SvR 2011 because of that game's physics, I still come back to this game for the story mode. The story mode in SvR 2007 beats the rest of the SvR games by far.
Summary: The game is good for wrestling fans. The roster is really big with about 60 wrestlers total (including divas & legends). The graphics look really nice (especially on the xbox 360). The stamina system is HORRIBLE and ONLY cause annoyance! You have to hold 'back' almost literally after every move you do to regain stamina. Other than that, it's a pretty fun game.