Once, you were Suicide, the fastest rising star of the TNA iMPACT
wrestling scene. You blew through some of the fiercest opponents;
taking down AJ Styles, devastating Robert Roode, and destroying
Booker T., but then... everything changed. The politics behind the ring
got heated, and not in your favor. When you finally claimed the title,
someone came for you. And now you're here.
You've woken up in what appears to be a rundown hospital in Mexico,
and you can't remember a thing; your name, what you do, and certainly
not why you're here.
Lost in a land that is not your own, you need to get back to America.
You hear talk of a local wrestling match where the winner goes on to
wrestle at a nearby American Air Force base. This is the best shot
you've got at getting home.
But once you're in the ring, something strange happens. Your body
seems to remember what your mind cannot. Punches, grapples,
throws, and stomps all come naturally, as if you were a seasoned
This is where your journey begins. Find your way home, remember
who you were, and claim what was rightfully yours.
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An all-star lineup of over 25 of your favorite wrestlers: from AJ Styles to Tomko, Chris Sabin to Sharkboy
Cross international lines with arenas in Mexico, Japan, Canada, and the U.S.
Increase your impact with fridge doors, road barriers, chairs and even TVs
Put your abilities to the test in the daunting X-division matches
Partner up with other wrestlers to dominate the Tag-Team division
Use unique submission moves to destroy the competition
Devastate your opponents in 1 on 1 ad-hoc multiplayer
Crystal clear sound effects, real-time in-game commentary, and voice talent from actual wrestlers create an immersive experience
TNA Cross The Line is rated
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Rated 4 out of
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.
Date published: 2010-10-15
Rated 3 out of
TNA cross the lineThe 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