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WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 - PlayStation 2

by THQ
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
126 customer reviews
Metascore: 80 / 100

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  • Experience the intensity of being a WWE superstar with this fun game
  • Intense new fighting area outside the ring; high-impact combination moves
  • Enhanced Season mode; expanded General Manager mode; updated rosters
  • New Analog Control System adds intuitive movement and improved handling
  • High-definition graphics; online multiplayer game play with voice chat support
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WWE SmackDown Vs. RAW 2007 brings the intensity of life as a WWE Superstar to the next level. It delivers the next generation of WWE video games with key new features, incredible graphics and engaging, highly realistic WWE action in and beyond the ring. Players get unprecedented levels of choice and control, letting you fully experience the #1 wrestling franchise in the world. Incredible high definition graphics, updated rosters for both Raw and SmackDown, an expanded General Manager Mode, online multiplayer game play with voice chat support

Get ready for another dose of WWE action with SmackDown vs. RAW 2007, the latest installment in THQ's popular wrestling series. WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 brings the intensity of being a WWE superstar to the next level by offering players unprecedented levels of choice and control. As the number one wrestling franchise in the world, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 delivers the next generation of WWE video games with realistic WWE action in and beyond the ring.

Experience WWE action like never before with the power of the PS3. View larger.

You can even grab signs and weapons from the crowd. View larger.

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Things are intense out of the ring, too. View larger.
This edition offers a number of new features and improvements over previous versions, including a new analog control system, incredible high-definition graphics, updated rosters for both Raw and SmackDown, an expanded general manager mode, online multiplayer game play with chat support, and more.

Game Storyline
An enhanced season mode provides multiple branching storylines and unprecedented levels of player choice. Meanwhile, experience the intensity of WWE fans in a brand new, fully loaded interactive fighting area. Players can take advantage of multiple weapons, including grabbing signs and weapons from the crowd.

The new analog control system makes fighting more realistic than ever with intuitive movement and new elements of control. In and out of the ring, dozens of user-controlled environmental hotspots let players take advantage of anything at their disposal to inflict damage on opponents in new and unique ways. Additionally, new high impact combination moves let players take the power of WWE Superstars into their own hands.

Two categories of movesets are now determined by your weight class. Lighter wrestlers have access to martial arts-style moves, while heavier wrestlers have access to slower, but more powerful moves. Accordingly, a character can only lift or inflict damage on wrestlers one weight class heavier than them or less.

A lot more interactivity in the arenas is included in this latest release. Signs, weapons, and other objects from the crowd can be used to beat down the opponent, while fighting within the crowd is also allowed. Don't forget the previously mentioned inclusion of environmental "hotspots" such as the steel steps, ring ropes, and scaffolding, which players can interact with (Note: crowd fighting and crowd interaction are not supported for all match types).

Lastly, the graphics of this release have been immensely improved over previous releases. The game's audio system has also been overhauled and features new sound effects, not to mention new crowd chants and grunting from the wrestlers.

Product Details

Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B000FW87AI
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 14, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,275 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Dan Belmont on November 21, 2006
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
This years' installment of Smackdown vs. Raw has some high points and some low ones. First off, the addition of the "Ultimate Control" moves is definately a highlight; being able to hang up your opponent on the ropes, repeatedly smash their head into the ring steps and announce table are a few things that add a bit more realism to the experience which is definately worth mentioning. There is also the ability to take the fight into the crowd, although that feature is not enabled for all match types. Also, GM mode has recieved a facelift, adding the Power 25 from to gauge how "over" certain wrestlers are and who could use a better push, and being able to hire writers to create rivalries for your wrestlers which in turn generate better ratings, as opposed to just starting one yourself by keeping two wrestlers involved in the same matches every week like last year is a vast improvement.

Season Mode and Legends:

On to the problems with the game, which I'm sad to say are many. For starters, season mode is an absolute bore, but is essential if you hope to earn cash to unlock the Legends in the game, as well as earn experience points to jack up your created wrestlers. Speaking of legends, was it really necessary to include all of Mick Foley's characters in the game? It seems that they were just looking to beef up the Legend roster and this was the easiest solution, much like including 3 different Hulk Hogan's in 2006.

Music and Commentary:

Next up is the sound.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on April 14, 2007
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
WWE Smackdownd vs Raw 2007 was the turning point in the world of wwe as far as video games are concerned. They trued to make it next gen sort of game and failed by the most easy flaws.

Amazing graphics, possibly the best out of all ps2 games.
Millions of matches
GM mode is now vastly improved
Gameplay has more have realism, you feal as if you cand do what you want which is laking in previous wwe games.
Analog control- takes a while to get used to but when you do its great!
Weapons have improved, last year you would be lucky to strike with a chair! It took 5 years to strike some one, now its been improved
Create a superstar is vastly improved
The fight in the crowd is a nice addition.
Tons of superstars

Terrible commantary if you hit someone with the chair "OH NO STONE COLD STUNNER!" if you g ive a finisher e.g a chokeslam with kane its a crossface acording to the commantators. Also they talk about other wrestlers who arnt in the match, these are terrible flaws.
The animations have been the same for years, when on your back you move round like a fish out of water! Also most moves look like they did from all the other games, when Undertaker does a Tombstone he still walks round for 5mins then does it. (Hopefully it will be improved next year on [...] they said the game will be remade and the animations will be diffrent)
Season mode is really, really crap. Undertaker is treated like a new commer and kane is chassing after Candice Michelle and hes treated like a hunk, enough said I reckon
Great Kahli is an ultra hevyweight and Big Show is a superhevyweight even though Big Show is clearly hevier.
Rey Mysterio cant even lift up Eddie Guerrero!

THQ really need to focus on making single matches more realistic and gameplay more realistic rather than adding in a load of gimmic matches.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Kristopher G. Williams on November 15, 2006
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Most annual release franchises try to dazzle gamers by adding a few new features, to a roster updated but otherwise unchanged, game. THQ and Yukes are one of the few companies that seem to take their game back to the drawing board each year and rebuild from the ground up. Smackdown vs. Raw '07 is a truly an ambitious example of this trend and the end product is nothing short of amazing!!

By far the largest change this year is the completely redone control scheme. Though this can initially be very jaring to long time fans who have been using the same controls for almost a decade to play Smackdown games, it truly IS for the best. Each year THQ has been trying to give the gamer increased control over what moves their wrestler performs in the ring while still maintaining an authentic on screen wrestling matches. This year the right analog stick gives you more control over what AND HOW certain moves are performed. For example, in the past a typical turnbuckle move was to mount and punch a guy 10 times. This was performed by pressing the right combo of buttons and was followed by a canned animation. In SVR '07 you actually control how many times you punch your opponent by mimicking the punching motion and pressing up and down with the right analog stick. This may initially seem needlessly complicated but the on screen instructions make the appropriate button presses apparent in all environmental situations.

The season and GM modes have also been improved upon but to me the most exciting changes were done to the create-a-entrance mode. You can now watch entrances AS you make changes and you can actually control the timing on fireworks and camera moves!! WOW!!

The graphics and sound are as good as they are gonna get on the PS2.
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