Reviews and Problems with WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2011
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this game is just ok
M. Hunt "NEC", Amazon
30 March 2012
Summary: This game is not like SVR10 but the grafic are ok how ever i got uninterested very quickly maybe for you it will be better but i still will continue to like the old wrestling games is a shame because we are in the future and in the near futere the WWE games will get worse than they are now good luck buying and reserving undiserving WWE games just play the old one you be alright
Summary: The new dynamic system is pretty good,if you dont know what it means they made it so if you fall from a ladder you can land on the ropes or a chair or something.Also if you fall on a table it breaks at the point you fall on.Theres also a good amount of fighters and gamemodes.They put in wwe universe which is really fun.Its just like watching the wwe on tv.You have to win matches to become a #1 contender for all the titles.
Summary: Good game but needs more options. This is the first one that I have actually felt like I was being restricted to fewer moves and crappier ones at that. I created 10 characters and they have taken all the good moves in to just about every combination I could think of creating another would make another established character resemble less special. I'm all about creating unique characters and I'm seriously considering making clones.
Summary: It's an ok game. The graphics are good, but there really isn't a good storyline like the last ones. Compared to 2010 the storyline really is kind of suckish but like I said the graphics are good and physics are right on. The only thing is, the announcers don't even really talk even on road to wrestlemania which is kind of annoying. it's a good game for less than $40.
Summary: Good product, however, it did not contain the DVD that comes with the Brett Hart special edition, Did not come with the art card and did not have the playable character on the game. But for $31.00 i still got the game for a cheaper price than i would have at a gamestop or best buy.
Summary: Its good, it will get boring after a couple months of gameplay, just wish they would return general manager mode. But they did add 70+ superstars and divas, that was pretty great. But if you like wrestling games, this is the best one out, and wont hurt to pick up used, or later down the road when the price is lower. Not worth 60 bucks, but worth 40.
Poor Effort from THQ for WWE Smackdown 2011, get 2010 instead.
Matthew Coe, Amazon
10 November 2010
Summary: WWE Smackdown 2011 is disappointing for a number of reasons. The biggest reason is that THQ has somehow, in their infinite wisdom, decided to remove over 250 MOVES from the game!!! This is inexcusable. WWE Smackdown 2010 has all of these moves included. In a pro wrestling video game, other than the roster, the most important thing is the MOVES! Without moves, it isn't even a wrestling game. I devolves into a Street Fighter style "fighting" game.
Summary: I'm a big wrestling fan. I go to all the live events, i cheer when edge hits a spear or christain hits a killswitch, so of course i play all the games. the first smackdown vs raw game i played was 2009, and it was pretty good. Then i got 2010, and it made me finally feel like i was an actual superstar, so i had pretty high hopes for smackdown vs raw 2011, and got it the very first day it came out.
THQ always manage to improve and lack all in the same game
grown hustle, Amazon
2 November 2010
Summary: First off, I've been playing the Smackdown series since it began on PlayStation1 and over the years THQ has manage to pull off a few classics from their hats so to speak with "Here Comes The Pain", "SVR 2006", "Shut Your Mouth", & "Smackdown 2". Everything after these titles has either been lackluster, re-hashes, or just plain garbage. With this year's installment I'm a little indifferent about it being that it's only been out a week now.