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Submitted by Dj C4 1159d ago | review

WWE 13 - One of the Worst Games in Recent Memory - ShogunGamer.com

Corey Rollins Writes: The fact this game was released is astounding. Any positive points from WWE Attitude Mode or player creation are fully eclipsed by an absurd number of bugs and poor game design. (PS3, Wii, WWE 13, Xbox 360) 3/10

ZeekQuattro  +   1159d ago
THQ made great wrestling games in the N64 era. Its a shame how things have changed.
NYC_Gamer  +   1159d ago
I wish THQ would just release the N64 WWF/WCW games on digital services.
josh50187  +   1159d ago
this guy obviously has not played this game this has been the best one since here comes the pain this guy is nuts
showtimefolks  +   1159d ago
Now disagree with you but will gave you a agree. It's a good game but something just doesn't feel right, here comes the pain, shut your mouth, day of reckoning 1-2, no mercy, wrestlemania 2000,

So all those games IMO are better than wwe13. My main concern is this and it's not just wwe but a lot of yearly titles, why is it hat most of the yearly titles were better last gen?

Madden or nfl games in general
Wwe
MLB the show is great but MVP baseball was also epic

I actually enjoyed the story in wwe12
ShadowKingx  +   1159d ago
exactly josh, any old school wwf fan will play this game and love it for the attitude era mode and still give it a 6 or 7.
Dj C4  +   1158d ago
If you took time to read the review, you'd probably see the entire section dedicated to praising the attempt at the AE mode.

Too bad the game is a buggy broken mess. I was hoping it would be good. It's not. Just because it's got some Attitude branding on it, doesn't make the game good. You're only kidding yourself if you think it is.
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ShadowKingx  +   1159d ago
who the hell is shogun gamer anyway? oh yeah only on N4g you here of shogun gamer.

all i can say this game is way better than a 3, the attitude era mode alone is worth at least a 6 or 7.
Dj C4  +   1158d ago
We're a website that won't rate a game 6/10 just on the childhood nostalgia of "bigdaddy4247".

If you want Attitude Era nostalgia, go watch reruns on YouTube. They're much better.
willdefrangesco  +   1158d ago
Wow, you couldn't be more wrong.
Dj C4  +   1158d ago
Thanks for the feedback, would love to hear specifics on why you think it should be a higher score. Thought the provided support / links / videos made a pretty solid case. Lots of unacceptable bugs. Feels like a early beta at best, which is why I gave THQ time to make statements about the problems. It's a big game, bound to be issues. Their response has been horrible.
CMRock1  +   1158d ago
In my opinion I really think this game is good. Plus with THQ releasing DLC the game doesn't get boring or stale.
Dj C4  +   1158d ago
Content is awesome! But addressing the problems so the core game functioned better than some AI game design grads final project would be even better.

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