I don't know if I mentioned this or not, but I was playing my CAW of myself, when at a PPV I found myself booked without a match. At the start of the show, I'm in the parking lot when the Undertaker attacks me. We have a match, and after I beat him, he does the Hogan *stunt* where he ties me to his motorcycle and drags me around the parking lot.
I can only wonder how many other angles from the last year are buried in here.
Again, DON'T go there unless you think you've found everything. Also, keep in mind that they might not have everything. I'm personally still wishing Austin would bring me the tape of the quiz show he was on.
"You're watching FOX. Shame on you!" --Jay Sherman, The Critic
Does anybody ever lose matches simply because you insist one ending a match in a certain way, instead of just winning any way you can?
Sometimes I just have to hit a certain spot, or I don't end the match, and it costs me. Usually this involves table spots, or big stage jumps, but sometimes others. For example, I'm currently Triple H (I know I'm going to take heat for that) and I was in the Survivor Series elimination match, Vince's team was myself, Booker T, and RVD. Ric's team was Rock/Austin/and Angle. At any rate, we get up 3-1. Austin is the only one left. RVD is in, he gets stunned, I figured he had his chance so I let him get pinned. After I get in, I get the Pedigree but Austin kicks out so I tag in Booker T and let him go for a while. I had another special but I decided that since he kicked out of the Pedigree, I must pin him with his own Stunner, so I stand on the corner to let my energy build up for the second special. Right as I got my second Smackdown, Booker gets stunned. I decide instead of breaking up the count, I will let Austin get the pin, and then as he gets up, hit the toe-kick and Stunner for what I thought would be a cool finish. Well, I hit the toe-kick, then the Kick-Wham....oops, reversed and Austin shoves me into the corner. One top-rope Superplex later, and I'm the one who gets beat.
Still a pretty cool finish, even if I was the one to lose. This is the way I try to keep it interesting for myself.
Just my opinion but MVP Baseball 2005 has more replay value for me. Fight Night is a great game but after I've gotten pretty far I don't have much interest anymore, MVP baseball I can play all year long and not get tired of it.