WWE Upset With Fighting Spirit For Video Game Preview

This past week WWE has attempted to control the media. There is some heat towards UK's magazine the Fighting Spirit for their preview of SmackDown vs. RAW 2009 video game.

In the latest issue, the magazine printed a memo sent out by WWE to the video game press regarding coverage of their upcoming video game with how it's portrayed in previews. WWE told the press that there are to be no screenshots released showing superstars bleeding or using weapons. Triple H's character is also not to be seen "in a defenseless or vulnerable position."

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Jamegohanssj54074d ago

They should stop making HHH look like super man all the damn time. It really pisses me off.


dj_funky4074d ago

cry me a river vince mcmahon.

ape0074074d ago (Edited 4074d ago )

I only watch the undertaker

he's the best wrestler in the history of the industry

I also like hbk,batista,hhh,big show

but in general,wwe is lacking today

DavidMacDougall4074d ago

Yeah the story line is B-Movie-ish and this 1st season is never ending

squallheart4073d ago

lol i only atch pro wrestling NOAH XD i wont buy another wwe game until i can use my own music. The last WWE game i played was with brock lesnar on the cover. Year after year they keep getting worse.

Bengoshi-San4074d ago

The WWE is a joke. no one plays wrestling games anymore or watch wrestling for that matter.


Baka-akaB4074d ago

I agree , but sadly many still do , given the sales and the regular appearance of those games each year .

DeadlyFire4074d ago

The Games are still fun. That is why they still exist. SVR 2008 though was a bad one. WWE is losing its fans and ratings now. They need to get their act together if they want to have their shows on TV in a few years. I am waiting for TNA to grow a pair and go after one of WWE's shows. Only then will something be good enough to watch again from either brand. I like TNA better than WWE, but I don't trust their first outing in the videogame market just yet.

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