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WWE '12

by THQ
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
3.8 out of 5 stars 176 customer reviews
Metascore: 71 / 100
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  • Experience the latest edition of the renowned WWE franchise
  • Feel like you're truly in the ring with the most fluid, dynamic, authentic and action-packed WWE simulation yet through the new Predatory Technology gameplay system
  • Enjoy new and improved features, including the Breaking Point submission system, new attributes, control layout, momentum and stamina
  • Get ready for new elements of unpredictability based on player decisions in WWE Universe Mode 2.0
  • See every bone-crushing move in stunning detail with dynamic visual changes, including new animations, camera positions, lighting and improved rendering
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WWE '12 will celebrate the rebirth of the iconic and authentic simulation franchise through a bigger game, badder presentation and better gameplay than ever before, delivering long-awaited critical improvements to the core gameplay experience, the most creative and extensive feature set to date and a visceral, edgy and polished presentation. Players will become part of WWE through extensive gameplay advancements, including the brand new Breaking Point submission system, new Attributes and control layout as well as significant improvements to other key gameplay systems. WWE Universe Mode 2.0 will generate new and more impactful elements of unpredictability based on player decisions, while dynamic visual changes to gameplay presentation, including new animations, camera positions, lighting and improved rendering, will set the tone for delivering an exceptional simulation of WWE programming.

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You love the Superstars, Divas and Legends. You watch every move, captivated by the high-flying stunts and twisting, turning storylines. The slap of the mat. The roar of the crowd. The booming echo of your favorite performer's taunts and jeers as his or her voice resonates throughout the arena. Now, the renowned franchise has been reborn — here come the wrestlers crashing into your living room.

WWE 12
Feel like your in the ring
Feel like your in the ring
bone-crushing moves
bone-crushing moves
Create custom superstars
Create custom superstars

Synopsis

The popular WWE franchise returns in an exciting new edition with WWE '12. The new Predatory Technology gameplay system will have your knees shaking as you feel like you're truly in the ring with the most fluid, dynamic, realistic and action-packed WWE simulation to date. Enjoy new and improved gaming features, including the Breaking Point submission system, new attributes, control layout, momentum and stamina. WWE Universe Mode 2.0 introduces new elements of unpredictability based on player decisions to keep gameplay fresh and authentic. Watch your favorite stars and see their amazing moves in stunning display with dynamic visual changes, including new animations, camera positions, lighting and improved rendering. Create the ultimate personalized WWE experience by developing and customizing your own Superstar, entrances, finishing moves, storylines, Highlight Reels and more. Explore the Road to WrestleMania mode and get captivated by the suspense of new storylines. With an impressive roster of WWE Superstars, Divas and Legends, you'll be able to choose from your favorites, including Randy Orton, John Cena, The Miz and the debuting Alberto Del Rio. Forget what you thought you knew and get ready for a WWE experience like no other.



Key Features:

  • Experience the latest edition of the renowned WWE franchise
  • Feel like you're truly in the ring with the most fluid, dynamic, authentic and action-packed WWE simulation yet through the new Predatory Technology gameplay system
  • Enjoy new and improved features, including the Breaking Point submission system, new attributes, control layout, momentum and stamina
  • Get ready for new elements of unpredictability based on player decisions in WWE Universe Mode 2.0
  • See every bone-crushing move in stunning detail with dynamic visual changes, including new animations, camera positions, lighting and improved rendering
  • Develop and customize your own Superstar, entrances, finishing moves, storylines, Highlight Reels and more for a personalized WWE experience
  • Immerse yourself in the suspense of new storylines in the Road to WrestleMania mode
  • Choose from an impressive roster of WWE Superstars, Divas and Legends, including RandyOrton, John Cena, The Miz and the debuting Alberto Del Rio

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B0053BQREE
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.6 x 7.6 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 22, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,014 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I think THQ has done a great job with the latest WWE game. If there is one thing I totally dislike about this game its the fact that the controls are different from the previous game. In SVR 2011, the right analog stick was used to perform the grapple moves. In this game, they've changed that. There have also been other changes made. To make matters worse, you can't adjust it in the options. I don't like the changes they've made to getting out of an opponent's pin attempt. Used to you caould mash buttons to break a pin, but now its more like a mini-game. There is a bar that appears. You have to hold the A button & release it in a small shaded area. This takes some getting used to. Those are about the only negative things about this game.

I like the limb target system in this game. I just wish that you could target the individual legs like you can with the arms. The struggle submission system has been replaced by the Breaking Point submission, which consists of mashing buttons to get your opponent to submit. You also have the ability to perform a wake up taunt. This will cause your opponent to get up in a daze allowing to do your finisher more effectively.

As for the newest customization feature, you can now customize an arena. This feature allows you to customize the apron, the inner part of the ring, the ropes, turnbuckle pads, the mat outside the ring, the announce table, the ring posts, the barricades, & the electronic bill boards. Plus you can also decide what name plate you want to use during the character's entrance (that displays their name). I would have added the ability to customize the stage area such as the Titantron & stage decorations.

When you create a wrestler, you can choose up to four different words that the ring announcer addresses you by.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I enjoy the graphics, smoothness, and the excitement of the matches, but you can read about all of that in the other reviews, and there's no sense in me repeating it. The controls are a bit of challenge for a newbie like me, but that doesn't really bother me.

What I like in particular is that there's a real sense of drama to the matches that doesn't really exist in the previous games, where there's a lot more of one wrestler (or "superstar" as the WWE calls them) dominating the other. But with WWE 12, the method of kicking out from a pin, and the way a match can seesaw back and forth, etc., creates a really compelling tension and excitement each time. I would compare it to a basketball game in which the scoring goes back and forth and one side or the other can still win all the way until the very end, as compared to football games in which the outcome is usually a foregone conclusion way before the end.

I'm also amazed at how they got the facial expressions on the wrestlers so accurately. Part of the emotion of the TV shows (the soap opera aspect, if you will) comes from the expression on the faces of the characters, which of course helps to develop those characters and make the viewer feel more involved.

All in all this game is a must-have for all fans of Raw and Smackdown.
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For this year's edition game publisher THQ drops the Smackdown Vs Raw moniker in favor of the new and simpler "WWE 12" but it's still clearly a continuation of the franchise, and I can't say that there any drastic change except perhaps the controls. Each year there are things to like and things to hate about every WWE/Smackdown Vs Raw titles, rarely do we get perfect or near perfect games (Smackdown Here Comes The Pain and Smackdown Vs Raw 2006 both come to mind as excellent wrestling games) and WWE 12 is no different. It hits and misses in some departments but it's playable and offers some WWE fun.

I like the new controls, when I first heard of them I was skeptical and thought I would hate them. They're a little hard to figure out initially but as with any games it gets easier and now they've grown on me. They pretty much ditched the previous controls and now you use A for grapples, B for strikes etc. and for the most part the controls are just fine. I can appreciate that they were trying to mix up the gameplay a little, the old controls were working fine as they were I think there should have been the option of keeping the old controls at least. The only real problem in the gameplay is probably the AI level. On Road To Wrestlemania the AI can be pretty harsh on you at times and often it's very difficult to execute a reversal. Something about the reversals is just not right with WWE 12.To make things worse, sometimes the game will indicate the need to repeatedly press the A button to regain balance but 95% of the time it never works, no matter how many times you press A. The AI beat me plenty of times and I've had to replay some matches more than I would like to admit. It's "challenging" alright but also frustrating. Graphics are excellent this year and look better than ever.
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Excellent game . My kid love it. They stay busy for hours.I would definitly recommend this game to my friends and family.
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Gameplay is fluid and full of options. There are not as many moves to choose from as the serires offered years ago, but there is still a huge list to help customize your CAWS or pro wrestlers.

Divas cannot clash with superstars, which I think is absolutely stupid. But the assortment of divas is not great anyway. In fact, I would say that the superstars offered in this version of the game are more varied and fun to play than in previous games. Including the DLC, there are some awesome legends like Macho Man, the Road Warriors, Demolition, Kevin Nash, Arn Anderson, Ricky Steamboat, original Kane, etc. A pretty nice mix of legends and current stars, but still not enough for true fans. Where is Andre? Where is Khali? Where is Piper? Junkyard Dog? Hogan?

Well, the answer to that question makes this game perfect: Online!

The online community has produced so many high-quality CAWS for players to download that you WILL run out of save slots. Players from all over are creating the superstars THQ will not or cannot. And the likenesses of most of them are incredible! Yes, there are kids producing superstars that look more like halloween costumes than the wrestlers they purport to be, but other serious creations are lifelike down to the facial expressions pasted onto the CAW. You can have Sting, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Tazz, the Dudley Boyz, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Giant Gonzales, Ted Dibiase, Kamala, Earthquake, Mike Tyson, Rob Van Dam, Matt Hardy, TNA wrestlers, Bill Demott, Japanese wrestlers, the Sandman, and MORE. There are hundreds of well-made CAWS. Not CAWS that kind of resemble the wrestlers--CAWS that look good enough to be a part of the line-up received when you buy the actual game!

This game is truly saved by the gaming community's creativity.
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