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22 November 2011 (USA) See more »
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Bigger, Badder, Better.
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Cast

 

Dwayne Johnson ... The Rock (voice)

Dave Bautista ... Batista (voice)

John Cena ... Himself (voice)

Steve Austin ... Himself (voice) (as Stone Cold Steve Austin)

John Hennigan ... John Morrison (voice)

Kevin Nash ... Himself (voice)

Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin ... The Miz (voice) (as Mike Mizanin)

Nicole Garcia ... Nikki Bella (voice)

Glenn Jacobs ... Kane (voice)

Paul Wight ... The Big Show (voice)

Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker (voice)

Randy Orton ... Himself (voice)

C.M. Punk ... Himself (voice)

Eve Torres ... Herself (voice) (as Eve)

Barbie Blank ... Kelly Kelly (voice)

Randy Savage ... Himself (archive footage) (as 'Macho Man' Randy Savage)

Trish Stratus ... Herself (voice)

Brianna Garcia ... Brie Bella (voice)
Stephen Farrelly ... Sheamus (voice)
Brock Lesnar ... Himself (voice)
Vince McMahon ... Mr. McMahon (voice)

Matt Lasky ... Triple H / Edge / Wade Barrett (voice)
Shawn Michaels ... Himself (voice)
Bryan Danielson ... Daniel Bryan (voice)

David Otunga ... Himself (voice)

Ted DiBiase Jr. ... Ted DiBiase (voice)
Mick Foley ... Himself (voice)

Jerry Lawler ... Himself (voice)
Oscar Gutiérrez ... Rey Mysterio (voice)

Cody Runnels ... Cody Rhodes (voice)

Leon White ... Vader (voice)

Eddie Guerrero ... Himself (archive footage)

Ron Killings ... R-Truth (voice)
Windham Rotunda ... Husky Harris (voice)

Booker Huffman ... Booker T (voice)
Nick Nemeth ... Dolph Ziggler (voice)

Jake Hager ... Jack Swagger (voice)
Mark Henry ... Himself (voice)
Michael Coulthard ... Michael Cole (voice)
George Murdoch ... Brodus Clay (voice)
Maryse Ouellet ... Maryse (voice)
Michelle McCool ... Herself (voice)
Jason Reso ... Christian (voice)
Layla El ... Layla (voice)
Anthony Carelli ... Santino Marella (voice)
Dustin Runnels ... Goldust (voice)
Natalie Neidhart ... Natalya (voice)
Jim Ross ... Himself (voice)

Sal Guerrero ... Chavo Guerrero (voice)
Vickie Guerrero ... Herself (voice)
Matt Cardona ... Zack Ryder (voice)
Beth Phoenix ... Beth Phoenix (voice)
Alberto Del Rio ... Himself (voice)
Richard Blood ... Ricky 'The Dragon' Steamboat (voice)

A.J. Castro ... John Cena / Alberto Del Rio (voice)
Kofi Sarkodie-Mensah ... Kofi Kingston (voice)
Victoria Crawford ... Alicia Fox (voice)
Sin Cara ... Himself (voice)
Drew Galloway ... Drew McIntyre (voice)
Bill Eadie ... Ax (voice)
Mike Hegstrand ... Hawk (archive footage)
T.J. Wilson ... Tyson Kidd (voice)
Darren Matthews ... William Regal (voice)
Joe Laurinaitis ... Animal (voice)
Austin Aries ... Jacob Cass (voice)
Justin Roberts ... Himself (voice)
Heath Miller ... Heath Slater (voice)
Joe Hennig ... Michael McGillicutty (voice)
Arn Anderson ... Himself (voice)
Oleg Aleksandrovich Prudius ... Vladimir Kozlov (voice)
Matthew Korklan ... Evan Bourne (voice)
Paul Lloyd Jr. ... Justin Gabriel (voice)
Jesus Rodriguez ... Ricardo Rodriguez (voice)
Barry Darsow ... Smash (voice)
Kevin Kiley ... Alex Riley (voice)
Kharma ... Herself (voice)
Rycklon Stephens ... Ezekiel Jackson (voice)
Naofumi Yamamoto ... Yoshi Tatsu (voice)
Barri Griffiths ... Mason Ryan (voice)

Directed by
Cory Ledesma 
 
Produced by
Hiromi Furuta .... producer: Yuke's
Toshiji Hazumi .... producer: Sugarcut L.L.C.
 
Sound Department
Etsuko Ichikawa .... sound creator: Sound Ams Inc.
Takumi Kon .... sound director: Sound Ams Inc.
Momo Michishita .... sound producer: Sound Ams Inc.
Rui Nishiya .... sound creator: Sound Ams Inc.
Chiharu Shineha .... sound creator: Sound Ams Inc.
Takashi Takezawa .... sound director: Yuke's
Masato Ushijima .... sound creator: Sound Ams Inc.
Shinya Yoshizumi .... sound creator: Sound Ams Inc.
 
Visual Effects by
Cameron Fulton .... pipeline td
 
Stunts
Matt Lasky .... stunts
 
Animation Department
Wesley Welcomer .... motion capture animator
 
Other crew
Yoshinori Araki .... multi platform programmer: Sugarcut L.L.C.
Masayuki Chikara .... tester
Yukihiro Fujitani .... multi platform programmer: Sugarcut L.L.C.
Mio Ito .... tester
Yûsuke Kishi .... multi platform programmer: Sugarcut L.L.C.
Masakazu Kobayashi .... tester
Mumi Komatsu .... tester
Yusuke Maeda .... tester
Kazuyuki Meguro .... tester
Kris Michael .... manager: interactive marketing
Sota Mitsuzaki .... tester
Takeyuki Monden .... tester
Yuiko Morita .... tester
Mitsuhiro Nambu .... tester
Nobuyuki Nansyo .... multi platform programmer: Sugarcut L.L.C.
Seiko Nishino .... tester
Atsushi Oigawa .... tester
Yusuke Sasaki .... multi platform programmer: Sugarcut L.L.C.
Hitomi Sato .... tester
Hitomi Sato .... tester
Kazuya Shinmoto .... multi platform programmer: Sugarcut L.L.C.
Ryu Takada .... chief executive officer: Sugarcut L.L.C.
Kensuke Takahashi .... tester
Hidekazu Takizawa .... tester
Yuichi Wada .... tester
Yuichi Wada .... tester
Natsumi Yamazaki .... tester
Kazuya Yokomizo .... tester
Hiroaki Yoshii .... tester
 
Thanks
Hiromu Takahashi .... special thanks: Sound Ams Inc.
Yuke Taniguchi .... special thanks: Sound Ams Inc.
Masaru Tsushima .... special thanks: Sound Ams Inc.
Shun Yamaguchi .... special thanks: Sound Ams Inc.
Takahiro Yamamoto .... special thanks: Sound Ams Inc.
 

Production CompaniesDistributors
  • THQ Japan (2012) (Japan) (all media)
  • THQ (2011) (worldwide) (all media)
Special EffectsOther Companies
  • Amzy  additional colaboration companies: Sound Ams Inc.
  • Blockbuster (II)  additional colaboration companies: Sound Ams Inc.
  • Digital Hearts  additional colaboration companies: Sound Ams Inc.
  • E-smile  additional colaboration companies: Sound Ams Inc.
  • Lakshya Digital  additional colaboration companies: Sound Ams Inc.
  • Virtuos  additional colaboration companies: Sound Ams Inc.

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Quotes:
Triple H:God I wished we wasn't PG right now.See more »
Movie Connections:
References WrestleMania XXVII (2011) (TV)See more »
Soundtrack:
The BrokenSee more »

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A solid, yet glitchy iteration of the franchise, 19 August 2012
Author: KillerK1991 from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

WWE 12 tries to reinvent the series. While it doesn't quite do that, its definitely an improvement over last years product. The biggest issue with the series to date with the gameplay is that none of the characters you choose feel different from the other beyond looks and finishers; a lot of them even have similar moves in the basic area of things. The replay value of this game is much better than the reverse-fest of last years, however the matches definitely have that by the numbers feel as a result of said character similarities. The joystick grapples have been removed almost pointlessly; i don't feel the change adds or breaks anything. Another huge problem that has been plaguing the series for years is the unimportance of the stats. Damage is basically unaccounted for, and it basically comes down to who can mess up the new pin system first. The new pin system works wonders for the carpal tunnel and broken controller crowd, however I miss the old tap fest. The submission system is similar to the good old days, but is kind of a joke as it basically lets the attacker win at a certain point; the struggle is nonexistent. The roster is a good reflection of the current roster; a whole lot of people you don't care about. The legends are the savior of the game, with greats like Booker T and Eddie coming to the party once again, along with surprises like Brock Lesnar. A lot of the good wrestlers like HBK and Batista you have to pay for via DLC in a cheap cash out by the developers. Bret Hart and Jericho are nowhere to be seen unfortunately, however these additions make the group quite formidable if you are willing to front the cash. The storyline is worse than the 5 from last years. You are forced to play as Sheamus and Triple H in story lines that are about as boring as they sound along with a creative superstar in an odd WCW invasion angle. The crime here is that you basically have to fight the same people...in the same situations, the whole way through, along with having to play them in order. Popular stars like CM Punk are oddly nowhere to be seen throughout all three. At least the atrocious backstage walking is largely absent. Create modes are tremendous as always,however the parts have barely changed over the last 5 years. WWE Universe is fun as always, however I think its time to spice things up by adding story lines to it and making the rankings make sense. The glitches are really out of control at this point(I once had undertaker run through the arena endlessly, stretching the arena into a tiny dot in a world of blackness...yeah), and the graphics are serviceable at best. THQ needs to take time off and seriously put work into this series. They can rival the legitimacy and fun of other fighting games if they wanted to, but not with this year to year structure.

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