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Release Date:
15 November 2005 (USA) See more »
You fight in matches with the roster from 2006.It includes a career mode and a "Create-a-character". | Add synopsis »
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Overall a great game, but fans of the older Smackdown games or arcade style wrestling games will be turned off at first. See more (9 total) »



Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle (voice)

Steve Austin ... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin (voice)
Doug Basham ... Himself (voice)

Dave Bautista ... Batista (voice)

Chris Benoit ... Chris Benoit (voice)

Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker (voice)

Erick Carrillo ... Wrestler (voice)

John Cena ... John Cena (voice)
Shannon Marie Codner ... Herself

Carlos Colón Jr. ... Himself (voice)

Rob Conway ... Rob Conway (voice)

Adam Copeland ... Edge (voice)
Marco Corleone ... Mark Jindrak (voice)
Shawn Daivari ... Khosrow Daivari (voice)

Nick Dinsmore ... Himself (voice)
Rene Dupree ... Rene Dupree (voice)

Ric Flair ... Himself (voice)

Mick Foley ... Himself (voice)

Joy Giovanni ... Herself (voice)

Sylvain Grenier ... Sylvan (voice)

Eddie Guerrero ... Himself (voice)

Sal Guerrero ... Chavo Guerrero (voice)

Charlie Haas ... Himself (voice)
Jimmy Hart ... Himself (voice)
Jon Heidenreich ... Heidenreich (voice)

Shane Helms ... Gregory Helms (voice)

Christy Hemme ... Christy Hemme (voice)

Hulk Hogan ... Hulk Hogan (voice)
Dan Hollie ... Himself (voice)

Booker Huffman ... Booker T (voice)

Matt Hyson ... Himself (voice)

Glenn Jacobs ... Kane (voice)

Chris Jericho ... Chris Jericho (voice)
Orlando Jordan ... Himself (voice)
Ryan Katz ... Player Character 2 (voice)

Stacy Keibler ... Stacy Keibler (voice)

Lance Khazei ... Crowd (voice)

John Layfield ... John 'Bradshaw' Layfield (voice) (as J. B. Layfield)

Paul Levesque ... Triple H (voice)

Paul London ... Himself (voice)
Mark Magnus ... Himself (voice)

Michael Manna ... Himself (voice) (as Steven Richards)
Michelle McCool ... Michelle McCool (voice)

Shawn Michaels ... Shawn Michaels (voice)

Chris Mordetzky ... 'The Masterpiece' Chris Masters (voice)

Rey Mysterio ... Rey Mysterio (voice)

Randy Orton ... Randy Orton (voice)

Jason Reso ... Himself (voice)

Gene Snisky ... Snitsky (voice)

Trish Stratus ... Trish Stratus (voice)

Yoshihiro Tajiri ... Tajiri (voice)

Rob Van Dam ... Rob Van Dam (voice)

Paul Wight ... The Big Show (voice)

Directed by
Keith Arem 
David Merritt II  (as David M. Merritt II)
Casting by
Jonathan Okui 
Production Design by
Devin Knudsen 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jonathan Okui .... assistant director
Sound Department
Keith Arem .... supervising sound editor
Lisa K. Fowle .... re-recording mixer
Stuart Provine .... sound editor
Stuart Provine .... sound recordist
Visual Effects by
Yoshi DeHerrera .... visual effects artist: 3D scanning
Jack Geckler .... animator
Bryce Wagoner .... stunts
Animation Department
Anthony Passaniti .... animator
Other crew
Jeff Friedlander .... creative manager
Ryan Katz .... production coordinator
Jonathan M. Long .... project manager
Sarah O'Connell .... project coordinator (as Mark O'Connell)
Bryce Wagoner .... motion capture

Production CompaniesDistributors
  • THQ (2005) (worldwide) (all media)
  • Yuke's Co. (2005) (Japan) (all media)
Other Companies

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Exciting Pro Wrestling 7: SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006" - Japan (English title)
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Did You Know?

Continuity: While in a match with J.R. and King announcing, do Cristy Hemme's first finisher (Low Blow 5). J.R. and King will say that she did a DDT instead. Note: This was done in the PAL version of the game.See more »
King:I have a pretty good feeling on who's going to win this match!
J.R:Oh really? Enlighten us, King.
King:Wait! Why are you so eager to hear my predictions?
J.R:Cause I want to know who's gunna win. And nine out of ten says it's not the superstar you pick!
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Movie Connections:
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Overall a great game, but fans of the older Smackdown games or arcade style wrestling games will be turned off at first., 16 April 2006
Author: Zen444 from Canada

The Smackdown games have a long history. Starting from the PS1, and releasing quite possibly the best wrestling game since No Mercy(Smackdown 2: Know Your Role.) they've remained very popular over the years, becoming the Madden games for wrestling fans.

Not surprisingly, they've decided to make the Season Mode the biggest attraction, instead of focusing on other game modes. You can either create a wrestler or start with a wrestler from the show. Losing in Season Mode really does nothing, the storyline still goes in the same direction regardless. You have some option, which only rarely changes anything.

The Create-A-Wrestler is scaled down from Smackdown Know Your Role. And some of the create-a-modes are missing from last year.

The graphics are great on everything. Except the fans. They look like they where on the N64/PS1. And the character models are well done. Almost scary. But the greatest new addition, is "Everyone has ABS". No i'm just kidding. But I still don't know why everyone has ABS! There is some incentive to play single player. While playing exhibition mode, you have to do something specific to the challenges required, once you do these, you'll unlock more things like furniture and characters.

Speaking of unlocking characters, you have to plug your PSP into the PS2 to unlock a certain character. Bullshit! And another thing, you do all these challenges and things to unlock something, THEN YOU HAVE TO SPEND MONEY ON IT! Which you have to earn first! Moving on, the gameplay is rather simple. Just hurt the characters in specific areas for awhile, make them submit, or save up your momentum and finish them off. While, the reversal system, if practiced enough, nothing will ever hurt you. It's that simple.

The voice acting is better then last year, they no longer sound like they're reading from a teleprompter in an empty warehouse anymore. While the color commentary is just a joke. Playing the game over long periods of time will have their sayings memorized in your head for eternity.

As for the music, it's probably only reserved for the Death Metal Rap lovers. If you're wrestling backstage, there's no commentary. Which makes it really boring.

As for the online, it's great. WAY, and I can't stress this enough, is WAY better then last years.

All in all, it's a solid wrestling game, but it doesn't hold a candle to No Mercy or Know Your Role.

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