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Submitted by FrustratedFury 855d ago | review

ZTGD | WWE '13 Review

Ryan Wombold writes: After sweeping changes to their annual WWE series last year with WWE ‘12, Yukes and THQ have taken the opportunity to revolutionize the single player content in this year’s version. With WWE ‘13, you’ll take a stroll right down Know Your Role Boulevard, straight past Jabroni Lane, and directly into the Smackdown! Hotel with the brand new Attitude Era mode. With a wealth of single player content on display surrounding the most popular era in all of sports entertainment, there is a lot here to love. Unfortunately some nagging legacy problems hold this game back from being a true contender for the Best Wrestling game title. (PS3, WWE 13, Xbox 360) 8.0/10

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NYC_Gamer  +   855d ago
WWE needs to find themselves a new developer because THQ/Yukes just aren't doing the brand justice
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