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WWE All Stars - Xbox 360

4.1 out of 5 stars 79 customer reviews
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About the Product

  • Take WWE action to the next level with high-flying, hard-hitting gameplay that bridges generations of WWE fans and casual followers alike with fun, intuitive and approachable gameplay.
  • The greatest roster of WWE Superstars and WWE Legends EVER, including John Cena, The Rock, Andre the Giant, Big Show, Triple H, Bret 'Hit Man' Hart, Ricky 'The Dragon' Steamboat, Rey Mysterio and 'Macho Man' Randy Savage.
  • With four awesome character classes punt an opponent sky high. Juggle him with your fists. Weave together killer combinations of high impact moves or best an opponent with your fists of fury.
  • Playing through epic matchups between WWE Legends and Superstars to determine the best of all time, each introduced by cinematic video packages featuring authentic WWE footage.
  • The greatest WWE roster of all time wouldn't be complete without YOUR created WWE Superstars. Customize your Superstar and pit him against the game's WWE Superstars and WWE Legends to see if he can become legendary.

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Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360

Bigger Better Bolder Badder WWE All Stars delivers an all-new take on WWE with fast, fun, fluid and furious arcade-style gameplay that takes WWE action to the next level. Featuring your favorite colorful WWE Legends of the past and larger-than-life WWE Superstars of today, WWE All Stars delivers the greatest roster ever assembled in a WWE videogame. It’s up to you to determine the greatest of all time in the revolutionary new addition to THQ’s WWE videogame portfolio and debut release from THQ San Diego.

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Platform:Xbox 360
Release date March 29, 2011
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4.1 out of 5 stars 79 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 6.1 x 7.5 x 0.6 inches
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By Philip Brown on March 29, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
IF you remember the old wrestling arcade games that quarter after quarter was pumped into when you was a kid/teenager this is an exact equal to that experience.

This is an arcade wrestling game. Over the top moves with nonstop action.

Controls take alittle getting use to but within 30 minutes you are laying the smackdown like it has never been laid down before.

This is an equal to the Nintendo64 wrestler we loved back in the day.

Controls 8/10
Presentation 9/10
Sounds 8/10
Fun Factor 10/10

Fantasy Warfare
The buildup for each match in Fantasy Warfare is nothing short of awesome. Its sinks you into the moment of the match
Nothing like whoopin CM Punk with Stone Cold!!

Path Of Champions
You have three roads to take on this one Battle Undertaker, Randy Orton or DX...But before you get to them you must win 10 matches to prove your mighty skills. Wait until you start the DX road. Classic DX Humor to get you on your way. Use Hogan and Macho man and pop an achievement after your first win for using them two as your tag team.

Online Play
So Far So Good. No lag for me. 4 player slobber knocker fun.

If your still on the fence about this game go rent it. But it will be money wasted you could have used to buy it.

Im Off to lay down some Latino Heat!!!
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Let me start by saying I've been playing wrestling games since I was about 6 years old, beginning with the NES games like WWF Wrestlemania and Steel Cage Challenge. I've owned nearly every console since then and have also purchased almost every WWF/WWE game ever released (exceptions being WWF In Your House, King of the Ring, Crush Hour, and the Game Boy Advance titles). Like many other fans, I felt that THQ's N64 wrestling games (WCW vs NWO, Wrestlemania 2000, No Mercy) were the most fun to play overall, and will always be considered classics.

I enjoy Smackdown vs Raw for what it is, and I think they've made a decent amount of progress since the PSOne Smackdown games, but the recent titles just haven't been that much FUN to play. The moves are mostly accurate, but many feel weak and lack hard-hitting impact. There are STILL things, over 10 years later, that the N64 titles did better (including submissions, location-specific damage, weight detection, momentum shifts, and overall pacing), and I honestly feel that SvR has become more of a yearly roster update and cheap cash-in, similar to what EA does with their annual sports titles. Remember the amount of progress made between Smackdown: Just Bring It and SD: Shut Your Mouth? And the equal amount of progress made with Here Comes the Pain? We never see that anymore. Yeah, we have more match types, features, and modes than ever before, but the in-ring gameplay has become an afterthought.

Enter WWE All-Stars. Gameplay is the focal point of this title. Sal Divita, formerly of Midway Studios and creative mind behind titles like NBA Jam, NFL Blitz, and WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game, has given us something completely new and fresh.
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So my little brother got this game as a gift from my sister, I couldn't help but think how stupid it looked when I would walk by and see him playing it. I eventually picked up the control and played an exhibition match. My initial impression was it was too damn hard as many people have said. It is a bit challenging, it's not your typical arcade style game, but you adapt to it the more you play so don't give up on it right away. It has 3 different path of champions mode featuring DX, Randy Orton, and The Undertaker. I haven't watched wrestling in quite a few years due to it being awful, so seeing Paul Bearer in the story with the Undertaker was really cool. There are unique wrestler classifications, (Brawlers, Big Men, Acrobats and Grapplers) that all come with their own unique abilities. There are also 15 Legend/Superstar matches that are battle for a specific title such as The Undertaker vs HBK for the honor of holding the title "Mr.Wrestlemania".

There's a nice intro video showing the wrestlers greatest moments before the match. I thought that was a nice touch. I like the nice stylish cartoon graphics, but I feel they go a bit overboard. I wish they would have gone for the Legends Of Wrestlemania look instead. It's odd seeing Randy Orton with a Jay Leno chin, but to each his own. Overall they're nice. The entrances are cut short. They fade as you walk down the aisle. Think No Mercy. The only time I went online it was a bit laggy, but I was connected wirelessly. A good game overall, but I'd be a bit weary of the 60 dollar price tag. If you can wait, get it when there's a price drop.
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This is the best wrestling game since the N64 days of No Mercy, Wrestlemania 2000 & WCW/nWo Revenge, this game is a lot better than all the Legends of Wrestling games that don't have good gameplay at all, I love the rosters of those Legends games but they don't play well and this game is also much better than all the Smackdown vs Raw games, WWE 2K14 etc. in my opinion, those games have a lot of options and arena's, big rosters etc. which is great but the gameplay is bad, the wrestlers move extremely choppy and not smooth at all especially when they strike it's really irritating, in this game the wrestler animations are extremely smooth and the game is just plain wild and fun, it's crazy and over the top and not really realistic but it's fun and it has great gameplay, try it and you will see I'm right, Legends of Wrestlemania is decent, the Gamecube games are decent but this game is better, The TNA Impact game was smooth, had good graphics and pacing but it was incomplete with few moves and needed a bigger roster and options also but it has a lot of potential if they could revive that engine sometime with a new game in the future. I wished the normal yearly WWE games would adopt this engine from WWE All Stars and just toned it down for the realism they are looking for similar to the TNA game but a lot deeper than that game and I think that formula would be a real winner for the WWE and all their fans actually that way everyone could get a great engine with great gameplay, great pacing plus the realism and options etc, using the old Smackdown engine every year just changing the roster a little bit and some options is sad and a way to just suck money from the fans. The controls are great with WWE All Stars also with the strong and weak grapples, strong and weak strikes, counters etc.Read more ›
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