TNA:iMPACT feels like a wasted opportunity. Britxbox hoped for this game to be good, so the Smackdown series would be forced to step up it's game. However, the final product from Midway is a shell of it's promises. Although the graphics and controls work, there are miles to go left to flesh this out and fix the issues in iMPACT! before it can be warranted a chance for the title. The game showed a lot of promise, but the rushed and unfinished feeling along with the terrible move-lists and A.I have crippled what could have been a good game, but instead is left feeling like tedious torture. TNA fans deserve this game it seems, as TNA:iMPACT! will be stuck at jobber status.