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If anyone has been paying attention to the WWE games, you know that WWE ’12 has included a LOT of improvements over last year’s Smackdown vs Raw 2011, which I reviewed here.
Anyway, the above video is approximately an hour and 35 minutes long and includes IGN’s Rich George, who is sitting with THQ’s Cory Ledesma and Bryan Williams, discussing the game, changes, features, etc while playing the game. How many other wrestling and WWE fans are looking forward to this?
Be sure to check out the launch trailer after the jump!
Here are some new Saints Row: The Third videos for your amusement.
WARNING: Must be 18 years or older to watch these videos!!
This game is going to be out of control. More videos after the jump.
“This Fall, experience the phenomenon that is taking the world by storm: Professor Genki’s Super Ethical Reality Climax, Steelport’s most popular survival game show in Saints Row: The Third. Contestants from around the globe compete for cash, prized, and …
There are numerous game franchises out there that have an update every year. You have your Maddens, NBA games, FIFA, MLB, Guitar Heroes, Call of Dutys, etc. You also have the Smackdown vs. Raw series. Out of all the annual franchise games, Smackdown vs. Raw (and going further back, the Smackdown franchise) has always been the one I would spend countless hours playing, and 2011’s entry has proven to be no different.
To my memory, I have played every single game since the original Smackdown on the PS1 (Though it wasn‘t the only WWE/F franchise I‘ve played). The nice thing about this one in particular is they are always trying something different every year, rather than doing minor tweaks or just updating the roster (which seems to be a commonality amongst most annual sports games).
As many of you know, I recently got to check out the title in Los Angeles back in August, where I came back and gave you my hands-on preview. With the time span between then an now out of the way, how does the retail version of the game stack up to past titles and the promises of the new features that have been announced? Hopefully this review will answer those questions.