Rated 6 out of 10 by 2
Rated 5 out of 10 by clief TNA cross the line
The tna cross the line is almost like better than svr10, i can play a 2 on 2 match but the ultimate x is hard to play, i like the control because its not that difficult, i buy this game last tuesday and im disappointed of it,there is no created superstar,and the bound for glory mode which is the season mode is not good, in the entrance i dont see the superstar just the entrance video , the sound are great but the graphic is not good that i thought it was,and there is only 5 type of matches and 7 arena,18 superstars i think its not enough for me, i like the tutorial it help how to play,in the options mode there is not enough opting to configure, i hope the next tna game on ds will be better and good graphinc than the tna cross the line
Rated 7 out of 10 Good, but not the best.
TNA Impact: Cross the Line for the Nintendo DS certainly brings great fighter gameplay mechanics to the NDS. Let me start off by saying that this game does not support multiplayer. It's a small letdown considering it's great gameplay, and match types. The game features 18 of TNA's top superstars including the likes of Kurt Angle, and Sting. It has a small variety of modes, (Exhibition, Bound for Glory, and Victory Road.) and tends to leave people wanting. Graphics may not be the best, but at least they managed to get the bodies of the superstars in the game. Due to the lack of Create a Superstar, Multiplayer, and actual entrances, I can only give this game a 7. I reccomend this game to casual players, and to Hardcore TNA fans.