It's been a long time since anyone has come through with a legitimate licensed wrestling game to oppose THQ's long-running WWE-licensed games. That's largely because there hasn't been another meaningful organization to license for years. Recently, Orlando-based TNA Wrestling has risen to becoming a meaningful, though certainly smaller alternative to the WWE. So it's no surprise that the rise of a new wrestling organization has led to the rise of a new wrestling game based on the promotion. And much like TNA's weekly television show, Midway's interactive take on things is a combination of terrific highs and crushing lows. When you push all of those goods and bads together, you get a game that has a great deal of potential, but has a lot of quirks and annoying issues that really hold it back.