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Gameplay:Reinventing its iconic SvR series, WWE ’12 boasts all-new Predator Technology, which provides the most fluid and realistic animations ever seen in a WWE video game.Also the game have some better controls then last couple off games they are now similar to No Mercy Game.Also the .A.I is so much better in this game.
WWE UNIVERSE 2.0:Is this mode is highly improve.This time around you can push who you want and really push them, not just have top guys play hand the belt off to one other.After each match a wrestler earns momentum pushing them up the rank and towards the titles..all the titles.So now you can push Zack Ryder for the WWE Championship without moving/releasing big names like HHH from a brand.
RTWM:The mode is now longer people asked for it and now it's longer they added other year onto the storylines.You get to play as HHH,Sheamus, & Your CAW. It's plays like last year but bigger and better and with more cutscenes.
Others:You can make your own arena.Everything from the last game makes the return in this one you can edit move-sets and mostly everything.
Overall it a better looking game then last year which is something. It just feel like you're part of a real WWE event.Take care spike your hair.
i would say its alright there wasnt that much new in the game but the story mode was cool how it blends together like a show.the controls are different which make things frustrating a first it takes a little getting hang of. there are new moves and areas which are cool but i like last one better.
First off, this game is HUGE. I literally spent the first 3 days just going through all the creation options and there's still some I haven't done yet. Not to mention the gigantic WWE Universe and a decent RTWM Mode. So much content!
Biggest flaw, the reversals! This isn't the first time this is an issue for the series but man, even if you adjust the AI settings, it's extremely aggrivating. It literally makes the harder difficulties unplayable.
The graphics are great and I like the new gameplay. It feels a little too slow, but it's a better pace than the lightning speed the last SVR games became. The grappling system is closer to the No Mercy days, but still not as good in my opinion.
The series gets closer and closer to recreating the amazingness captured in No Mercy but never quite gets over the hill. The day it does, this series may a perfect game.
If you wanna have fun, throw it on easy, throw the AI Reversals on the lowest setting and don't take it too seriously.
Note: Player reversals use the R2 trigger and the imput is horrible.