IGN has announced the "full" roster, they left out the Legends, for the next WWE title to hit the GameCube.
* Randy Orton * Triple H * Batista * Chris Jericho * Christian * Edge * Chris Benoit * Shawn Michaels * Shelton Benjamin * Eugene * Kane * Tajiri * Ric Flair * William Regal * Hurricane * Muhammad Hassan * Kurt Angle * John Cena * Undertaker * JBL * Carlito Caribbean Cool * Booker T * Rey Mysterio * Rob van Dam * Eddie Guerrero * Big Show * Heidenreich * Rene Dupree * Kenzo Suzuki * Chavo Guerrero * Orlando Jordan * Trish Stratus * Stacy Kiebler * Torrie Wilson * Gene Snitsky * Maven * Chris Masters * Paul London * Christy Hemme
It looks like a good roster and it looks like the game is shaping up to be pretty decent as well. There aren't any wrestlers missing from the roster that stand out and I like the new submission system they're implementing. I doubt it'll replace No Mercy as my favorite wrestling title, but I can't wait until August 29th when I can take this title for a spin.
"You won't see that on Everybody Loves Raymond!" -J.R. after Trish gets pasted with a chair
I guess there wasn't time to work them in, but no MNM? That sucks. (Side note: THQ should design these games so that you can win belts and carry them to your matches like No Mercy, but also give you the option of wearing belts around your waist, over your shoulder, or MNM-style.)
Geez, no Dudleys either. I realize they've been off TV for most of the time THQ was working on this game, but did they really think WWE wouldn't bring them back eventually?
No Haas, no Holly, no Bashams, no Heart Throbs...we get Hurricane but no Rosey, Maven but no Dean, Carlito but no Morgan, Christian but no Tomko, Hassan but no Davairi...Eddie/Rey and Tajiri/Regal broke up...
I guess in DOR2 Kenzo Suzuki and Rene Dupree are tag team champions of the universe. Of course, if the biggest problem with this game is a weak tag division, it'll kick ass.
Early Warning: I dislike zombie games, so I was planning on skipping The Last of Us. The reviews are out today, and are postively glowing. Five stars, 10 ratings, a 95 on Metacritic, that sort of thing that makes you rethink about skipping a game.