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When production for the game started in early 2006, the first teaser poster for the game featured rendered models of Jeff Hardy and Monty Brown. Both wrestlers left TNA Wrestling later that year for World Wrestling Entertainment and were not featured in the finished product two years later. See more »

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Spun-off from TNA Impact! Wrestling (2004) See more »

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Disappointing
11 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

This game is probably the most lackluster wrestling game I've ever played in my life. With good visuals and decent story mode, one would imagine this game to be good. But the gameplay, the overly small roster, and the lack of creation that other Wrestling games from the time this was released had offered made this game almost impossible to fully enjoy. The AI can be glitchy sometimes during a match, which makes the gameplay more sloppy than it is good. The roster in this game is also pathetically small. The real life TNA impact roster is way bigger than what this game has to offer. The creation suite is also lackluster. The whole pick an entrance and create a superstar is extremely basic. A lot of things are all just templates that can't really be changed, which doesn't boad well with wanting to create something completely original. All in all, this game is a lot more meh than a lot of other wrestling games and the great visuals and alright story mode unfortunately can't save it from the major flaws this game has. It's more recommended to just get any WWE game instead. I have nothing against TNA themselves, but this game kind of sucked to be honest. It's no wonder there hasn't been another TNA game in ages. Hopefully, if there ever is another one, it'll be awesome unlike this passable at best game.


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