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Greatest Wrestling game ever made hands down. Grappling system is so easy to learn, fluid and only repetitive when playing through season mode for two days straight. The superstar selection collects all the best people, postAttitude Era. Only gripe is that there is no voice acting whatsoever, but doesn't take away from the action or story of Season.This blows all WWE games out of the water.....1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Here comes the pain is one of those games that has that special something that makes it extraordinary. The fast pacing of the game, the amazing roster of playable characters and the long list of playable game modes gives the game it's long lasting appeal. The game at the time had a good visual presentation and a pretty good soundtrack, which made the game fun to look at and listen to, while you were laying the "Smack down" on your opponent(s). To top that off there's a long and satisfying sea...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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