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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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Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

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

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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

Product Information

Platform:PlayStation 3
ASIN B0053BQU4G
Release date November 22, 2011
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3.9 out of 5 stars 204 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 6.7 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
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By Cody Mix on December 20, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Let me just say that I have been a fan of this series of games since the original introduction of WWF Smackdown! on the PS1. There have been things I have liked and disliked for each iteration but overall the gradual progression of the series has been good. WWE 12 is no exception to the evolution of this series.

WWE 12 with its new Predator technology is certainly different but not so much as to turn off any fan. The controls are simpler and the motions are more fluid, along with improvements to the body texturing. With all this said you still know it is Smackdown Vs Raw underneath it all. Lets get to what I personally find good and bad after a few weeks of gameplay:

GOOD
- Improvements in fluidity of moves and movements. The grapples and strikes seem more natural now, less jerky movements.
- Textures of each character are improved, although I did find some hair models lacking still.
- Gameplay is fun, reversals are more difficult but can add to the excitement of a match. The new limb targeting system also adds another layer of gameplay.
- WWE Universe is improved to allow for incredible customization, edit and create brands and each wrestler within. You basically can control the entire experience. Vastly improved!
- Creation mode. The addition of arena creation is a great addition, but most all the other creation modes are exactly the same as Smackdown vs Raw 2011 unfortunately.
- Menu screen music! No more artist tracks being played in the background, now it is just background music that doesn't drive you nuts after the 100th listen.

NOT SO GOOD
- Glitches and bugs, small things but certainly noticeable. Props to THQ for addressing some of these issues in a recent patch.
- Online.
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Am I impressed with it? Well.... let's go through 10 points of the game, at a maximum of 10 points apiece and find out.

THE AI - 4
It sucks. There is no real improvement on it. Basically, on top of reversing everything you do the higher up you go in difficulty... NOW all they do on top of that, is try to spam running grapples. It's ALL THEY DO. You simply cannot have an intelligent, well-paced match against the AI. Multiple person matches are ridiculous to try, as the AI will break up most moves you try to do. I did a 6 man battle royale, and ended up hanging back, because I couldn't do anything. Every single move I did, another AI would walk over and break it up. Some improvement, Yukes!

ENGINE - 5
Now come on... Yukes and THQ spent the last several months hyping this up as a revamp... a "do over" of sorts with the WWE video game franchise, and this... the basic set up of the game... a decade old engine that cannot POSSIBLY be screwed up... was indeed screwed up. How you may ask? I have no idea. 2011 was probably the best showing they made with the engine ever, and they managed to take that good coding, and make it worse. Firstly, the new weapon physics from last year are just about worthless now. Wrestlers bounce off weapons like they're being thrown into a wall, instead of simply landing on them. Several times already, I have dropped people on chairs, only for them to stop before hitting the weapon, and bounce like they were thrown into a wall at 30mph. Winning Table Matches are borderline impossible now, as now the moves are harder to turn with. I spent over half an hour in a Tables Mtch as Jack Swagger last night, not able to EVER turn the gutwrench powerbomb towards a table... the engine just would not let me do it. The new rope physics?
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I purchased this for my better half, who is more than a little obsessed with the wrestling world. WWE '12 is a well designed game by THQ, and is rated T for Teen. Of course, it's wrestling, so there is violence in the game. The gameplay is much smoother than previous WWE SvsR or other PS3/Xbox games, and new move/reverse/grappling systems make gameplay more enjoyable. The roster is current and the storyline exciting. Vocal overlays sound similar and pretty exact to the actual wrestlers. Overall, this is a fun game which will provide hours of entertainment, as the matchups are always changing. 3 years later and my husband still plays this version, and it's a good part of the WWE videogame collection he's put together.
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I give this game three stars on fun because it is a huge improvement over recent titles like WWE 2009. There are a lot more wrestlers to play than previous outings. On the negative side, they want you to pay extra to download wrestlers who should have been included for free. (Hopefully Edge and Shawn Michaels are out there in cyberspace somewhere. They're not in the game.)

Receiving the game on pre-order, I had to wait as it downloaded a 249 mb patch. That's a lot of bugs on release. But it seems they didn't swat all of them. This is one buggy game. In fact, I have to believe the programmers received a bonus for each bug they programmed INTO the game.

My brother and I played in the Elimination Chamber, and he pinned John Cena. Cena continued wrestling, and wouldn't let me target him or interact with him more than if I was attacking a referee. Even repeatedly throwing Cena into the cage made him target my brother instead. I pinned my brother with Cena standing there celebrating, and the game had him beating up people after the show!

There is another bug where if the people playing leave the ring towards the announce tables, the camera swings out to the Ramp Entrance and is stuck there! You cannot see what you are doing as you are being counted out, until both wrestlers blindly manage to get back in the ring. (There are no camera cut, hd, or other options for getting out of this.)

Then there are huge gaps in logic programming. I remember on a PS2 version, if you moved to grab a referee's feet from outside the ring, they would back away from the edge. Here if you attack the referee from outside the ring, he keeps returning right to the ropes for you to do it again. Only THQ figures out ways to deliver less with each release.
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