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ok first of all faverate smackdown vs raw and reason why?

and then same with all wrestling games?

 

ok so smackdown vs raw 2008 for its legends and the ecw stuff thats included

and all time is i think wrestlemania on nes cause thats my childhood game along with wrestlemania on the amiga

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WCW mayhem was good in the day so was warzone and attitue/ecw bu now the acclaim games look a bit bad LoW are still good games though was amazed by Low when it as out atm my game is low 2 but i want showdown i jsut like the fact those games have 50+ legends and all of them ones i loved BYW was good but BYW 2 was a big fat let down
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ok first of all faverate smackdown vs raw and reason why?

and then same with all wrestling games?

 

ok so smackdown vs raw 2008 for its legends and the ecw stuff thats included

and all time is i think wrestlemania on nes cause thats my childhood game along with wrestlemania on the amiga

 

Favourite Smackdown is SDVR08 - No where near as good as it should be though, but the gameplay is actually pretty decent (although the loss of the "focus" and the rope running is a bit suspect.

 

All time: WWF No Mercy (N64). Not the best looking game ever but the engine gameplay and animation were spot on. The CAW mode allowed edits to be made to all four (yes FOUR) alternate costumes of the existing characters and the wealth of moves and taunts included meant you could conjure up a passable version of any wrestler past or present.

 

As for childhood wrestling games; for me the Arcade belonged to Super Wrestlemania (the cartoon one that looks like Fire Pro) and the awesome Royal Rumble on the Sega Megadrive.

 

Speaking of FirePro, I'm toying with the idea of getting it when it comes out over here. Also I'm praying THQ bring No Mercy to Xbox live or something.

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Guest Anime Otaku
Best WWE game for me is probably SDvsRaw 2007 or SD:hctp having not played No Mercy. My fave other title is Rumble Roses 2, though I wish unlocking stuff was less fiddly.
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I preferred WM2000 to No Mercy.

 

The season mode was awesome for the simple fact you played through as a CAW, finished it and started a new season as a different CAW.

 

The great thing they did was that the CAW you played through as previously was also in the season you just started. Do this enough times and you change the roster completely and have a massive amount of CAW replacing the standard roster.

 

This was also cool because if you got bored by a CAW you'd made, you simply edited him to be someone else and you had a new face in your season modes.

 

That's a feature that should have been built on, but instead was completely forgotten.

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Giant Gram on the Dreamcast is really underrated, it's bloody class on 2 player.

 

And this:

 

WCW mayhem was good in the day so was warzone and attitue/ecw bu now the acclaim games look a bit bad LoW are still good games though was amazed by Low when it as out atm my game is low 2 but i want showdown i jsut like the fact those games have 50+ legends and all of them ones i loved BYW was good but BYW 2 was a big fat let down

 

No offense intended, but you have been playing the worst wrestling games of all time. Don't get showdown whatever you do, it's unbelievably broken and bad. It's quite hideous. Get Firepro when it comes out, it'll be cheap too.

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Guest Al Stevens
If LOW = Legends of Wrestling then i am going to have single handed say that was the worse wrestling game ever created. It would be like saying why have Eliza Dushku do a sex scene with, i will take the inbread women who does the cleaning of the pig pens.
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My favourite one has to be WCW Vs The World on the PS1.

 

I loved that game so much. I collected it on my lunch break from work and stared at it until it was time to go home. I played the crap out of it and then dreamed about it when I wasn't able to.

 

That changed when N64 gave us WCW vs NWO world tour.

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I'm loving Fire Pro Wrestling Returns. I made a kick as me, and this guy I know is putting together a memory card with a specially crafted blend of lots of US, TNA, ROH, lucha, and puro dudes
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I loved that game so much. I collected it on my lunch break from work and stared at it until it was time to go home. I played the crap out of it and then dreamed about it when I wasn't able to.

 

 

 

It doesn't get talked about the same way as No Mercy/SD series or even Fire Pro which is a dam shame because that little gem on the PS1 was the best wrestling game I ever played.I still remember unlocking Terry Funk and marking out like a lunatic when he did the roundhouse punch,good times indeed......

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Guest Da Showstoppa
Liz (my wife) informed me last night she still has her N64 at her parents' house with No Mercy. She is bringing it home in the next couple of days! :good222:
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Guest Southside Poet
I preferred WM2000 to No Mercy.

 

The season mode was awesome for the simple fact you played through as a CAW, finished it and started a new season as a different CAW.

 

The great thing they did was that the CAW you played through as previously was also in the season you just started. Do this enough times and you change the roster completely and have a massive amount of CAW replacing the standard roster.

 

This was also cool because if you got bored by a CAW you'd made, you simply edited him to be someone else and you had a new face in your season modes.

 

That's a feature that should have been built on, but instead was completely forgotten.

 

I always thought I was the only person who preferred WM to NM.

 

I also have to admit, I played the heck out of Warzone and Raw is War on PS1. Combos were annoying, but became fluid after you played the game a lot. My cousins and I could play that for ages.

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