USA Today writes: "A lot has changed in professional wrestling, particularly in the realm of video games.
Twenty years ago, wrestling games employed simple, two-button controls, such as Nintendo Entertainment System titles Pro Wrestling and Tecmo World Wrestling as well as arcade game WWF Superstars.
Today's franchises, WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw and TNA Impact, boast more elaborate schemes involving a myriad of button combinations. This is partly why WWE Legends of Wrestlemania (PS3, Xbox 360) from THQ is so refreshing, at least after spending a few hours in the ring."