It’s about that time of year again for THQ to unleash their latest version of the WWE franchise on an unsuspecting audience...
Wrestling 101: Video Game Reviews
Judging by the early screenshots, previews and trailers for WWE 12 things are looking up...
WWE All Stars is the first game by THQ San Diego (the former Midway Studios San Diego), from the same team that developed TNA Impact, lead by Sal Divita who also developed WWE Wrestlemania : The Arcade Game all those many years ago. If you are expecting an update of the annual Smackdown vs Raw series with some legends thrown in, then you couldn't be more off the mark...
3 Years ago, we learnt that Total Nonstop Action Wrestling were starting to produce their own video game.
Can this game move the series forward and set a marker for the future of the series?
The word definitive is bandied around a great deal at this time of year.
Wrestling fans that chose to follow the Microsoft path in the past generation were pretty much hamstrung from the starting line.
Famous for their EWR and TEW titles, Grey Dog has honed the Text-based wrestling simulation genre.
How will this compare to the well received 2004 version?
How would Wrestlemania 21 fair to previous WWE video games?
It’s hard to believe, but due to the lack of wrestling games on the market, there’s only two titles competing for your cash this Christmas time.
As regular as clockwork, THQ and Yukes bring us a Smackdown! game for PS2 just a few weeks before Christmas.