WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2011
one of the worst wwe games on the market
bad graphics,matches take about 2-3 minutes,need a non universe title to defend any title, rtwm is very hard . DO NOT BUY IT, BUY ALL STARS!!!!!
Good But Awful
The graphics on this game is terrible. It dosent have commentaters. The superstars look lik dolls. DONT GET THIS GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I declare this game the best ever. I mean the graphics make it look real and sometimes you need fighting in your life. It can't get better than this.
From the amazing Road to Wrestlemania to the cool and very ddictive WWE Universe mode this game is the best WWE game for PSP out there yet, and its not just because its a new game or something, this game is friggin' AWESOME!! i would totally recommend this game to anyone who still has a PsP and love WWE, like me! thats why i love this game :)
one awesome game
best video game on psp everything was great i loved the wrestle mania on rey mysterio the car crash and everything just a great game.
this is the best there is
this game is awesome and doent get old. If you love wwe and playstation you need to get this game
all around awesome game
this game is awesome i played every rode wrestle mania mode this game is one of the only game for the psp that i would recomend to everyone the graphics are great the gameplay is great the sound is unbelievable (if u hav the right headfones) i got this game for chrismas and i just now beat every single mode possible including my wwe
Great Game for the WWE Universe!
This game is yet again setting the bar higher for the WWE SvR franchise. With great game play and in depth backstage story lines this is a well done game that any wrestling fan will enjoy. Where the graphics are a bit lacking during superstar entrances the visual effects during the matches and the sound makes up for any loose strings. Great Game!
An fun experience undermined by mediocre graphics
The first time I booted up WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011, the game beat me down. Having become accustomed to the shallow fun of WWE All Stars, I was crushed by the control scheme that is very different from any other fighting game on the market, with the exception of previous SvR games. But once I adjusted to the control scheme, I found a fun and deep experience that I would go on to enjoy for many months to come. The graphics could use a lot of work however, with a lot of clipping issues. Hair is also very stiff. Divas suffer the worst fate; they look nothing like their real life counterparts.The standout new mode here is WWE Universe, which, in the words of the wonderful people over at the IGN team, "takes rivalries, teams, titles, and everything else in the WWE and has them all in what used to be exhibition space." It's a fun way to unlock new arenas, of which there are many, and just have a good time. The new Road to WrestleMania mode suffers a different fate. The storylines are enjoyable enough, and include such interesting stories as Chris Jericho stealing the WWE Championship belt, Randy Orton becoming Raw GM, and Ray Mysterio attempting to piece together what happened to him after a tragic car accident. However, the controls in the backstage segments are clunky, and lips flap wildly when characters talk. Overall, WWE SvR 2011 is a fun wrestling experience, but inconsistent modes and poor graphics drag it down.
This game is the best of its franchise.
If you are a wrestling fanatic, than SmackDown vs Raw 2011 is the perfect game for you. It's got a new and updated roster, featuring the regular superstars like John Cena, Randy Orton, and Batista, but also features some new faces, like Drew McIntyre and Sheamus. It's got this new WWE Universe mode. It's sort of like General Manager mode like they used to have before. Anyway, this game is perfect for all of those wrestling fanantics out there.