Yes, it's true! My brother-in-law bought it the other day and it is a blast! The different modes are all cool, with Hardcore (a game of keep-away with the Hardcore Title Belt) and Iron Man (Most kills in a time limit) being the best ones I've played. Apparently the season mode is really cool, too. Jim Ross does running commentary during the matches and it's actually better than SYM. The character models are all a little goofy (Fat Brock Lesnar?), but the real voice samples during taunts are a nice touch. On the downside, some real themes are missing, there's not a huge array of weapons, and the cars don't have names that correspond to their driver.
It's addictive, fun, and cheap! Good enough for me!
Your avatar is the coolest thing I have ever seen.... yet why would Hurricane, who is a super hero be Vertebreaking Captain Marvel? Possibly control over the forces of nature? I'd assume Black Adam's nefarious deeds corrupted Hurricane! *Drools over avatar
RIP Curt Hennig: Yeah, they call me a redneck, but you know---that's a beautiful thing!
You don't get it boy, this isn't a mudhole... it's an operating table. And I'm the surgeon. Something tells me to stop with the leg. I don't listen to it. But where in the world is there in the world A man so extroardinaire?
Yep, I swiped it from Shane's site. It's just filling in until I make my own. I think Shane's not a fan of Captain Marvel. He likes Black Adam better. And the artist that drew this pic designed Hurricane's new shirt, which I want BAD!
So far I've been playing season mode, and while its fun to unlock new arenas, does anyone know how to unlock the hidden characters? (and other than Nash and Hogan, who are the hidden characters? I think I've made out Vince's outline...)
Read Yo!This game sounds so dumb. Why the hell would any want to play this. Wow!!! you drive around in a gay looking tank as a wrestler that sounds fucken gay. If you wanted to play a good game go out and play dynasty warrior games.
My son has Pokemon Diamond for the DS and he is chomping to get Platinum. Is there enough of a difference to warrant spending the $35? Is it just the same game again? Additionally, he's been eyeing Lock's Quest.