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#1  Edited By Vlad_Tiberius

Legion of Doom and such tag teams shouldn't be in this game, because this game puts more emphasis on the singles wrestlers. Hell, there aren't even tag team moves in this game, therefore don't expect to see the Doomsday Device.

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#2  Edited By Vlad_Tiberius

Ever since Smackdown became "vs. Raw", the series went downhill.
And the season/career mode from the very first Smackdown game was the best from the franchise.
 
Also, I hope "WWE 12" doesn't imply the age of their target customers.

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#3  Edited By Vlad_Tiberius

They "don't know" meaning they actually can't tell, because it was an inside job, caused by Hirai being promoted and becoming CEO, as well as his people being put in more powerful positions and the former guys in charge were pissed, so they damaged Sony in order to screw Kaz Hirai and make him look bad. Who knew Sony's vulnerabilities and who could have damaged Sony's network security worse than some inside folks? Typical corporate ladder power struggle between the old guard and the new guard. I've seen this movie before. 
Whoever believes this was just an ordinary hack caused by a bunch of basement-dwelling, no-life hackers pissed at Sony for removing installation of other OS and all that crap needs to get his head examined.

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#4  Edited By Vlad_Tiberius
@Greenlight13
Dude, you wrote quite a novel in which you repeat the same idea 3 or 4 times. I understood what you said the first time, because I'm not (that) stupid 
You can defend all the corporations in the world - it's your choice. But, in my opinion, that's disgusting.
 
We all had a contract with Sony, not with the hackers (duh!). That "user agreement" we all had to agree upon creating a PSN account was followed by the "privacy policy" document, in which Sony took it upon itself to assure that my private info isn't stolen or whatever, just like any "privacy policy" document says everywhere (Steam, various PC programs, etc.)
Now, I'm not saying that it was Sony's intention to create this unfortunate event (that's not the issue here and, frankly, I don't care who did it!) but all that matters here is that they did not respect their part of the deal. It was THEIR problem to fight the hackers, not mine!
And don't start with the "all companies get hacked" argument, because I'll give you the "doctors and medicine" one, like : "everyone gets hacked , so you should expect that to happen, it's normal".
Yeah? Than why going to the doctors and taking medicines, when we all know that we'll all die, eventually? Or why paying taxes to support the police, if you can always get mugged or attacked? And, in this way,  I can go on and on  with examples and counter-arguments to that silly "let's all behave and act like victims whenever and wherever" defeatist concept.
Also, just  because you have been fortunate enough to not be a victim of this mess, that doesn't mean you should defend Sony. If there's any victim, even 1, that's a problem, because that 1 could be me, you or anybody that's a PSN user.  
The bottom line is :people lost their private credit card data. FACT. Who was responsible in securing that whole data. SONY. It doesn't matter who, how, when and where they got hacked. It's not MY problem- it's THEIRS. End of discussion.
 
Regarding videogames, I don't know why do you buy them. 
I, for one, buy them for entertainment, to play them. Other might buy them just to collect cases or God knows what..it's a free world! 
It's not my business, your business or anyone's business to tell people what to enjoy and what to do with  the products they own. Also, maybe some people are appreciating the online part of a videogame more (if it has any). It's their rightful decision to be mad when Sony/Microsoft/Nintendo fail to provide what they paid for, even when that certain stuff was advertised as included for free in the package.
But all your Sony defending argument sounds just like if you're going to buy a car at the dealership and they give one with no windshield and no bumpers: sure, you can drive it, but it was advertised WITH those items on.
 
And , further more, there's always that old saying : THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT. Remember?
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#5  Edited By Vlad_Tiberius
@Greenlight13
The facts are simple: many people bought the PS3 for the online play and also because it was advertised as free. Those people now can't get the full extent of the entertainment they paid for, hence they can't buy any game or DLC from the PS Store, can't even play online and, further more, many of them got their private credit card info lost because of Sony's "intelligent" people.
 
Now since you're defending Sony so much and kiss their corporate ass, why don't you refund those people out of YOUR wallet? And who the hell are you to tell me what to do and what to enjoy on MY money? Did I ask you for any advice?
 
Learn some fucking manners and speak for yourself the next time you post something.
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#6  Edited By Vlad_Tiberius

That Eurovision crap makes me ashame to be European. I mean really, a horrific spectacle of all the androgynous pop shit, all covered in glitter, while the best part in it is seeing the same geopolitical crap of countries sharing points between neighbor countries, thus "tightening" their diplomatic relations, and also seeing the map of the immigrants' workforce giving votes to their homelands. What's more sickening is that all this crap is very exciting, for some odd reason, to the people on that stage. I wish someone to drop a bomb and kill all that pop crap next year, so I can finally enjoy this stupid shit

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#7  Edited By Vlad_Tiberius
@hckling:
Sorry to interfere in your "heated" argument, but the same discussion happens for days on IGN.
Apparently, the people that don't know jack shit about basic law are also the most fanatic and brainwashed corporate ass-kissers I ever seen.
These fucking idiots can't understand the simple fact that all PSN users had to accept an "user agreement" with Sony when they registered, and NOT WITH SOME HACKERS.
 In that "user agreement", Sony took it upon itself to protect the user's personal data. For some reason, Sony failed protect that info, thus failing to respect its part from the "user agreement", therefore being responsible for that mess.
The hackers are not OUR problem-it's Sony's, because we (the PSN users) trusted Sony with our data, not anybody else.
And those are hackers, that's what they do-they hack systems (duh!), so ironically, they did their job, while Sony didn't. (If the police fails to protect me when criminals attack, then I blame the police, because they are paid from my taxes)
It's not our fault that Sony is apparently so cheap that they can't hire some serious  no-life jerk-off nerds and pay them to watch anime porn and to protect the servers and the PSN against those hackers.
And another thing: if you, a big corporation, still can't give us one, at least ONE hacker name, after a whole week of stupid, unexplainable hush-hush secrecy mixed with a PR mess, then get the fuck out  of this industry and do something else.
 
I like playing on my PS3, I like its games and exclusives, but not to that point of being a raging stupid fanboy, oblivious to any reason and even to the simple fact that Sony handled my info and this whole situation less than amateurish, which is odd, now, in 2011, Sony being also one of the biggest electronics companies and not some newcomers on this market.
End of rant.
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#9  Edited By Vlad_Tiberius

Why don't they include all those guys, while making the new character DLC, thus making everybody happy? 
Oh yeah, I forgot that these franchises are like some bitches: when they're young, naive, full of energy, but poor and unknown, they're willing to do anything anything to satisfy you for a few bucks. Once they're old, richer, bored and very popular, they make you pay big even for a smile.