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WWE SmackDown vs. Raw

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  • Play a new set of WWE Legends -- classic characters like Andre the Giant
  • Incredible graphics update make all the action more amazing -- and make the bra & panties match more realistic
  • Match Tactics lets players choose to fight dirty or play to the crowd
  • Season Mode with new storylines, bigger double-crosses and over-the-top surprises
  • Create your own Championship and then put it on the line against your friends in a fully customizable PPV event

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Platform: PlayStation2

Product Description

SMACK DOWN VS RAW TWO WORLDS COLLIDE! ALL NEW SUPER VOICE OVER ONLINE, COAST TO COAST

From the Manufacturer

The sequel to WWF Here Comes the Pain, this six-person simultaneous play wrestling extravaganza lets you test Multi-tap peripherals to the limit. All of 2003's game modes are back, plus the brand-new Parking Lot Brawl match. Original match types, Hell in the Cell, Slobber Knocker, Table Matches, First Blood, are also back for a new working out. Character design and attire has received more detailed treatment, with fierce faces and thunderous moves in evidence. All the old-school legends have been brought back to the roster, such as including John Cena, Randy Orton, Booker T, Ric Flair, Batista, Triple H, Chris Jericho, Rico, and Charlie Haas.

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Platform:PlayStation2
ASIN B0002RQ3KC
Release date June 15, 2006
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2.5 out of 5 stars 447 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.2 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
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A Kid's Review on September 5, 2004
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
I'm back again with all of the latest info for the upcoming wrestling game, WWE Smackdown! v Raw.

This is the FINAL CONFIRMED roster. All of the legends have been added, and the roster has been confirmed by THQ themselves.

Roster

A-Train

Big Show

Batista

Booker T

Bubba Ray Dudley

Charlie Haas

Chavo Guerrero

Chris Benoit

Chris Jericho

Christian

Chuck Palumbo

D-Von Dudley

Eddie Guerrero

Edge

Garrison Cade

Hardcore Holly

J.B. Layfield

John Cena

Kane

Kurt Angle

Mark Jindrak

Matt Hardy

Molly Holly

Randy Orton

Rene Dupree

Rey Mysterio

Rhyno

Ric Flair

Rico

Rob Van Dam

Sable

Scotty 2 Hotty

Shawn Michaels

Shelton Benjamin

Stacy Kiebler

Tajiri

Torrie Wilson

Triple H

Trish Stratus

Undertaker

Victoria

Legends

Animal

Bret Hart

Brutus Beefcake

Hawk

Jimmy Snuka

Legend Kane

Legend Undertaker

Mankind

Roddy Piper

The Rock

Yes, that is the final, complete roster. I can confirm that Eugene, Billy Kidman, Paul London and La Resistance will NOT be in. You will just have to settle with CAW.

When you look at the roster, it does seem quite impressive. Rikishi was removed due to his firing, though Sable has remained.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2
--- The good...

The graphics are amazing. THQ continues to raise the bar on PS2 game graphics. The mapping of the faces is superb.

The create modes - wrestler, PPV, and belt - are all great. Though there could be a better option for facial features for the wrestlers.

The sound is great. Most wrestlers come out to their themes and gestures. There are a few themes that they just didn't have the rights to. Ah well.

The season mode is once again a great way to play the game with some continuity.

The specialty matches are well done.

The "clean" and "dirty" meters and the resulting power bump.

The greater endurance of the wrestlers. No more knocking someone out with an elbow. No more jumping back up immediately after being hit with a chair.

Many, many options for game play, etc...

Legends! The return of the Hitman and Andre.

--- The not so good...

The storylines are redundant. Once you've played a season, you've pretty much seen the stories. Plus, the initial stories don't portray the WWE Divas in the best light. Making different choices only means a slight alteration in the story.

Talk about redundant. The announce teams have about ten phrases that they rotate through several times per match.

The superstar voiceovers are a bit annoying. Only Vince McMahon sounds like he's putting anything behind them. The rest sound as though they were half asleep in the studio while recording.

--- Overall...

A very good game by THQ that seems to be limited by all of the cool things they tried to pack into it.
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WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW is one of the most anticipated sports games of the season. Many new and re-done modes are in this game, such as the new Parking Lot Brawl or updated legends. This review with let you know about all of these and more.

First off, the new modes: One of the most wanted features that have been included this time around is online play! If you have an online adapter with a DSL or Cable connection, you can play your friends across North America. All of the matches from the previous game, Here Comes the Pain, are intact, but a new match has been added: Parking Lot Brawl. Yes, like the one Eddie Guerrero and John Cena were in in October 2003. It comes complete with interactive weapons, such as the cars you are encircled in. Also, in this games season mode comes with complete voiceovers for every, yes you read right, EVERY character in the game. The season mode is anticipated to be the same quality, if not better, as last years. At the beginning of the match, you can choose whether you are a "clean" or "dirty" fighter, which can give you special rewards in the match. Also, at the beginning of the match is a clever "test of strength" mini-game.

The create-a features have been expanded this year. Obviously, create-a-wrestler is still in, but two more create-a's have been instated. From SmackDown! Know Your Role, the Create-a-Pay-Per-View mode has been resurrected, and a new Create-a-Belt feature has been included. These two modes are going to be one of the ones that makes this game great. Don't expect the high-quality entrance creater that was in Day of Reckoning, however. It appears to still be GameCube exclusive. Other than that, SvR looks to bring a lot to the table in it's Create-a-Wrestler mode, like it does every year.
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