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  1. Oct 22, 2013
    7
    The WWE universe mode is really interesting and some features are fun like the create modes but other than that there is nothing to make thisThe WWE universe mode is really interesting and some features are fun like the create modes but other than that there is nothing to make this game anything but just good. Full Review »
  2. Dec 19, 2011
    6
    A revamped WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010! There is a larger Hell In A Cell, new Backstage areas, and more. The new Match Creator is awesome; youA revamped WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010! There is a larger Hell In A Cell, new Backstage areas, and more. The new Match Creator is awesome; you can create your own match. However, if you wanted to have a Six-Man Steel Cage match, it can't happen. Instead, it will be a Battle Royal by default. This game has awesome improvements. There is a new WWE Universe mode, where you can wrestle on each show and pay-per-view, but what I hate about is that I want to have awesome action, but in the end, either a team will end or someone will turn heel or face (maybe some people want to make the rivalries and teams like it is today). Though, one thing that THQ needs to work on, is the AI. In an inter-gender match (woman as manager), the male AI wrestling may take his eyes off of the opponent and turn to the female manager, and attack her, resulting in a DQ (Iron Man in Match Creator). This game is great, but a player's experience is less than half of what an Xbox 360 and PS3 player would experience. There is no internet gameplay, Xbox 360 and PS3 players can throw chairs, lean ladders, etc. and Wii players can't. It's irritating when one or two people are on a ladder in a Money In A Bank match and it zooms out to where you can barely see anything. Full Review »