WWE '12 (Xbox 360)
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- Platform: Xbox 360
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard Edition
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 favourite 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. Plus, the most electrifying man in all of entertainment is back and better than ever.
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 favourite 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 personalised WWE experience by developing and customising 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 favourites, 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.
- 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 customise 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
Top Customer Reviews
WWE '12 had the tagline of "Bigger. Badder. Better." and in some respects it's true, it's bigger (universe mode is huge but very annoying) it's badder (for me the controls have taken a step backwards) and i guess overall it is better than SVR 11 but that's not saying much.
The main thing about these games that need to be perfect are the controls, now people are complaining that there is no tutorial? Check the options menu (game tutorial is clearly marked) but the controls are a lot more fiddly, button mashing makes an unwelcome return (nearly in every aspect of gameplay) the new grapple system is slow and so very repetitive. Matches feel like a chore now and are not enjoyable.
Road to Wrestlemania makes a return once again with even less freedom than before. You are forced to begin with play as the Irish born Sheamus, note the Irish as a big plot flaw within the story (United Kingdom?) backstage brawls are all too frequent and get very dull as you play along.
Universe mode has apparently been improved but still you can edit only one match on a card (this is 2011 right?) sometimes it can please with shocking story events.
Customising is improved this year with the sound addition of Create an arena which is pretty decent.
So, all in all i'm disappointed with this years effort. Things haven't changed a lot, believe me.
-The new predator technology graphic engine implimented into WWE 12 makes the wrestlers look a lot more realistic than last years game, the only upsetting part is that they have not got the licensing to have all of CM Punk's, the Best in the World, tattoos.
-The game flows a lot better than previous ones, and a lot more wrestling grapple moves can be performed in a shorter space of time.
-The Road to Wrestlemania game mode is a lot better this year, and I actually completed it, whereas last year I lost interest very quickly and found it rather boring.
-The online is another aspect of the game that is bigger than ever, especially the new 40 Man Royal Rumble, which has more mayhem than ever before in an online match.
-The community creation segment of the game is fantastic. If you get bored of the current superstars in your universe mode, download some more. If you want to change the PPV's, download some more. It truely gives you the freedom and ability to create the WWE game that you would want to play.
Graphically you can not fault the game, it has all the moves and music that you would want. Where it faulters is in its game play, basically the designers came up with reversals as the way to make the game challenging, you use your right trigger to counter, if you do not get the timing right you will be hit by move after move, ending with you tearing your hair out. After a good few hours of play you learn to time your clicks, but overall the whole system of reversals leaves you with a feeling of random luck. If I am honest this is one of the few games where I stuck it on easy and turned of the AI. Once you do this the game is a blast, you can just sit back, win fights and enjoy the wwe show.
My only other complaint is the level of freedom, while you play there is a feeling of being stuck on tracks. I wanted to be able to recreate crazy moves where wrestlers would go into the crowd or throw people through the stage sets or dive of the stage sets. sadly there is a solid block of where you can and can not go, making thinking out side the box a none starter.
The custon arena's and characters are great, with loads of options. Having my home made wrestler walk into the road warriors "what a rush!" was a thrill.
Overall this game is going to be fun if you are into WWE, just do not expect deep game play or environmental freedom
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