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WWE SmackDown: Shut Your Mouth (PS2)
WWE SmackDown: Shut Your Mouth (PS2)

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5.0 out of 5 stars WWE SmackDown! 4 - Where can i start?, 24 Nov. 2002
Firstly, i will start by saying that this WWE game has the best roster included in it, ever! More match types than ever before! The list goes on, but i talk about the more detailed things. You may have noticed on clips of the game, or on the game itself, that when you do a special move, it can repeat it self slowly, like in the matrix, several times. You can do this by pressing L1 after you pressed the smackdown button already ( Brock Lesnar's F-5 looks the best when doing this ). The Hell in a Cell match has had a mass improvement on it, as now it is the full size like on the WWE, which is a differece to its predeccesors which dont have the full size Hell in a Cell. The match is also now more interactive. You can do moves off the top of it like do a chokeslam all the way to the floor, inside you can grind your opponents face across the cell or you can just throw your opponent onto it. One feature of the game that i enjoy is the choice of ring attire. You can now choose what your choice of wrestler wears or looks e.g Shawn Michaels = nWo outfit or normal outfit? You decide. The CAW (Create - a - Wrestler) looks like a huge improvement, with THQ saying that the CAW is so advanced that you can create yourself as a wrestler on there. Another thing i like is the ability to be able to compete in 14 different arenas, which are all the pay per view arenas of the year, including UK pay per views Rebellion and Insurextion. This is a mass improvement on the 5 arenas on Just Bring It. The reversal system on this game is a whole lot better this time around. Now, by pressing the Square button and the correct directional button, you can reverse what your opponent is about to do. Also, when ypu have to SmackDown! special moves on your counter, you can also reverse your opponent into doing THEIR SmackDown! special move (cant wait to see Spike Dudley F-5 Brock Lesnar.....). All in all, you can say that even if your not a fan of the WWE, or just a casual fan, you will love the game just like the people who love the WWE do. I say buy, this game has been one of the hottest games around all year, and now its released, it still is.


WWF Smackdown: Just Bring It (PS2)
WWF Smackdown: Just Bring It (PS2)
Offered by Gameseek
Price: £13.95

4.0 out of 5 stars SmackDown 3: Just Bring It = Ok and not ok....., 5 Mar. 2002
Like all Playstation 2 games, Smackdown: Just Bring has brilliant graphics. I'll start with the downers of the game: There arent as many superstars to choose from as the previous SmackDown game, and the Season mode is to short :(. The Uppers: Brilliant graphics, lots of matches to keep you entertained for a fair while, all full entrances... and the list goes on. A few things what i particualy like are being able to go through the crowd, the different arenas which most you have to unlock, you can have more than 1 signature move, no loading time and the storylines in story mode which i have to say are brill! You can have Kurt Angle coming down the ring in his milk truck, talk trash on a microphone or have undertaker and kane attempt to attack you after a win. One of my favourite things is the tag team part of the story mode, and how good it has been developed. First, you'll be asked if you want a tag team match. If you agree, your asked to find a tag team partner. Now your able to seach through the arena for a partner, you even get to go outside and search in the streets of new york! After that, you even get to find your way to the curtain to start your entrance. Thats how you can tell that a lot of work has been put into this game. I cant say much about Michael Coles commentating on the Undertaker. Watch out for him saying "The Last Ride, The Last Ride" in a droned voice, which always makes me laugh.


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