Worlds collide in the first edition of the Smackdown vs Raw series
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Kurt Angle (voice)
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Batista (voice)
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Chris Benoit (voice)
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A-Train (voice)
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The Undertaker (voice)
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John Cena (voice)
Tony Chimel ...
Himself (voice)
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Mike Chioda - Referee (voice)
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Jonathan Coachman (voice)
Rico Constantino ...
Rico (voice)
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Edge (voice)
Marco Corleone ...
Mark Jindrak (voice)
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Michael Cole (voice)
Rene Dupree ...
Rene Dupree (voice)
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Worlds collide in the first edition of the Smackdown vs Raw series

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2 November 2004 (USA)  »

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WWE SmackDown! 6  »

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Sixth installment in the "SmackDown!" line of video games. See more »

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Followed by WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2009 (2008) See more »

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Final Force
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Quite enjoyable
19 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

STAR RATING:*****Unmissable****Very Good***Okay**You Could Go Out For A Meal Instead*Avoid At All Costs

The WWE's flagship programmes,WWE SmackDown! and WWE Raw,are brought together for this ultimate match-up.Competitors from both shows may play against each other.Players may also take advantage of the opportunity to create their own Tag Team match-ups,as well as handicap matches,play in the simulation of actual real life WWE PPV matches and much more...

I was never a big fan of wrestling as I grew up.Even from a young age,I could tell how carefully chereographed it all was and had trouble taking it seriously.But over the past year or so,I was able to take it for what it is a bit more and find it more enjoyable.And now,I have the opportunity to play this game from THQ.

Once you're in the wrestling ring with your selected competitor,it's a little hard to adjust to the controls at first,but once you get in the swing of it,things get much better (even if you aren't able to deduct quite how you made your character perform certain moves!)The graphics just about cut it as adequate,but are certainly far away from brilliant.None of the characters seem to come out with any of their signature catch-phrases either,which is a bit disappointing.The non-stop roaring rock soundtrack will either get you pumped up and in the mood for all the slamming and throwing or start to grate on your nerves somewhat after a while,depending on your mood.The character's title music that they come out to the ring to blares out in full glory.

There's a number of competitors to choose from.As well as modern reigning giants such as Triple H,John 'Bradshaw' Layfield and Randy Orton,there's a selection of wrestling legends such as 'Superfly' Jimmy Snuka and 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper to pair against the more up-to-date fighters.Some by-gone characters,such as The Rock,appear 'Locked' and that's too bad...You can even get male characters to compete against female fighters,such as Torrie Wilson and Trish Stratus (if the thought of a man getting his ass kicked by a woman is your kinda thing!...)

Overall,this isn't a brilliant game and it certainly ain't as great as it could have been,but it's certainly not as bad as it could have been,either and you certainly won't be bored playing it.***


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