WWE Extreme Rules 2011 matches simulated with SmackDown VS Raw 2011 AI. The matches are as accurate as the game will allow with it's extensive options. The Matches are in HD and are unedited. Including Michelle McCool VS Layla (Loser Leaves WWE).
I would have wished developers would have put in the ability to throw weapons on top of a steel cage. For example, in a match such as Hell in a Cell. That would've have made WWE games perfect.
alberto lost so its wrong
Christian gets the title you didn't know? Whoops i didn't bother seeing the video nor te results of the actual match sorry ..
It's not wrong. It's an AI simulation/prediction. Like how they do Madden's with the Superbowl. Don't be a Jimmy
the prediction was that alberto would win and he lost so it was wrong.get it?
Looks like these games have hardly changed since I stopped playing them with SDvsR 2008
I think here comes the pain was the last installment I enjoyed. I think that was right before they changed the gameplay, as far as the controls which were always what I liked about them. The new control style just seems too complex and a pain in the ass to learn.
All stars is good try it out or play the demo
ill try the demo when the psn comes back up, its getting better reviews than I imagined it would. is it like the old fighting game made back in the 90's where the undertaker smashed people with tombstones style play or is it more wrestling oriented?
Actually i thought i was going to flop but i bought it to take a risk and i actually like it. This game seems to be more about fun like making moves to reversal moves to flying attacks and stuff check out some gameplay since psn isnt up
Here Comes the Pain, Shut your mouth, and also SVR 2008 was the best in the franchise... this just looks lame. I love the games because it was simple and fun.... oh well....
Thanks for the comments. The game needs work, but it's still cool that you can set all of this up.
All Stars was a fresh take on wrestling. Honestly, I wanna see a new title from THQ for the sim side. I'm tired of SvR 20xx.
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