THQ has pretty much hinted that the much loved "Special Guest Referee" match won't appear in WWE '12.
Not surprised to be quite honest
Same here thq hasn't made. Good wrestling game since here comes the pain man even wwf no mercy for n64 hard this match type by far there best era of games
please get a new developer
The "FUTURE" of WWE games, ladies and gentlemen![/sarcasm]
lol, but what the ef is happening to the wwe? am very surprised on how vince has changed wwe from stone cold 3:16 to the miz? alex riley? so therefore thq went from no mercy to allstars and wwe12. how patheric. are these the same guys that bough wcw and ecw? sur dont look like it. TnA is way better than wwe.
so make it DLC or something. you can tell me that all the can do for DLC is superstars. i mean cmon. where the DLC matchetypes or DLC great arenas. i know there a couple of arenas Backlash, summerslam, etc. that had a great creativity put in them. maybe something they can do next year. its called getting community feedback. seems like almost every freakin developer has this freakin problem. Community = Word of mouth to friends, family, etc = money = best selling game of all time not mention they keep taking out matches and putting new ones in or ones anyone rarely plays. no casket match or buried alive match. why no create a championship feature anymore. i mean these a couple of things that should be in every wwe svr or wwe game since it was presented. THQ has good game but like i said quit doing what yall want and do want community wants. specailly when we tell you every year what to bring back or put back in or put something new in.
if cena wins we riot
What's the point of the referee costumes? The older Smackdown games had more variety in gameplay and game modes. You could go backstage and go back to the ring in the older Smackdown games. The only thing going for the latest Smackdown games is the blood and the tables and ladder breaks (SVR 2011).
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