Summary: WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011 was a good wrestling game. Quite a few options for custom creations & music. Bought this game for my husband-he played it for awhile-mostly making custom characters then setting up fights-which he did some with auto & some he played. If you're a wrestling fan you'll enjoy this game.
Character models are stellar, commentary redundant, but overall good game.
16 December 2011
Summary: I've played/owned every Smackdown Vs. Raw franchise since its 2004 debut (even some earlier WWF games such as No Mercy, or Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game), so there was no way I was going to miss out on an opportunity to play this game. I usually play this on the PS2 or PSP; this is my first time playing it on the 360. The graphics are amazing, but the commentary is very redundant. J.R. isn't on the videogame, very little commentary is used for the divas division.
Summary: First of allI was curious how 2011 compared to the 2010 game.I either sold or traded the 2010 game sometime back,and just last week sold the 2011 game on another site. Over all the 2 games are comparable, but I realize why I got rid of both games is because I was bored with them.There is nothing wrong with the quality though.I donot expect to buy either one again.
Summary: Visually this is a great game and it has a good amount of re-play value especially if you are a WWE fan! My only problems are with yet another change in the control set and the restrictions the put with utilizing some of the in game features like the Championship belts. Where's the "Full Control"?
Summary: I've been a wrestling fan since I was five, and I've been playing these games since the first Smackdown came out for the PS1. These games have come a long way since then. How does this one measure up? I'm glad you asked. Graphics & Presentation: This game looks better than ever. Every year they improve the graphics just enough so you notice it. This year is no different. The character models are accurate, and the arenas are massive and full of life.