It's got ten characters to start with, but it says you can buy a GAMEKEY to plug into it to unlock others. The ten it starts with are Triple H (Of course!), Batista, Cena, Eddie, Rey, Booker T, JBL, Kurt Angle, Kane, and Undertaker.
It's not shitty! The gameplay was decent enough with the controler being what it is, and the graphics were good enough that you can tell who's who.
Well wirth the $20, but it's still not as cool as the first one of these I bought with DIG-DUG which gets played every where I go. Seriously.
It's kinda hard to rate this game on any kind of scale seeing how it's one of those plug and play dealies. I'd have to say it's better than the NES wrestling games, but not as good as the SNES ones.
Each wrestler has the same moves. Bodyslam, Suplex, Piledriver, DDT, and their specific finisher. I kinda wish they'd stuck on some midi theme songs, but the whole game has about two or three music tracks. Any match you wrestle is going to consist of punch, punch, suplex, suplex, piledriver, DDT, finisher, pin. The Crossface doesn't even tap out the opponent, you have to pin them afterwards. -_-;
It's great for what it is, but if you have a GameBoy Advance you'd probably be better off buying WWE Survivor Series or Fire Pro Wrestling.
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