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Credited cast:
Jorge Arias Jorge Arias ... Hunico (voice)
Steve Austin ... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin (voice)
Brie Bella ... Brie Bella (voice)
Nikki Bella ... Nikki Bella (voice)
Stu Bennett ... Wade Barrett (voice)
Barbie Blank ... Kelly Kelly (voice)
Matt Bloom ... Lord Tensai (voice)
Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker (voice)
Matt Cardona ... Zack Ryder (voice)
Anthony Carelli ... Santino Marella (voice)
Claudio Castagnoli ... Antonio Cesaro (voice)
John Cena ... John Cena (voice)
Edwin Colón ... Primo (voice) (as Edward Colón)
Orlando Colón Orlando Colón ... Epico (voice)
Adam Copeland ... Edge (voice)


Wrestle with all of your favorite wwe wrestlers as well as divas. New wrestling types of matches all ready to be played.

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30 October 2012 (USA) See more »

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THQ, Yuke's Co. See more »
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A fantastic follow-up with a lot of attitude.
10 October 2018 | by OlicosmicSee all my reviews

After the great, yet somewhat dissapointing WWE '12, it was genuinely nerve racking to see how much improvements Yukes and THQ would put into their next game. This game does not dissapoint whatsoever, as it just may be one of the best WWE games of the 2010s so far. It's not perfect, but it really does offer a plethora of awesome stuff that will definitely keep a WWE fan, like myself, constantly happy. The visuals, while they're not that different from '12, do look a bit more detailed and the lighting effects do look better. The gameplay is still as fantastic as it was in '12 and is still a ton of fun. The creation suite got much better this time around, as you can actually create an arena with a chosen stage, which feels like something that should've been there to begin with, but it's still amazing to see here, nonetheless. There's also a new way to KIND OF create your own championship belts. I say kind of, because all you can really do is just change the color of the strap and plates of a pre exisisting belt, which, I'll admit, is a bit puzzling, but still nice to have, I guess. The CAW mode has gotten a lot better with more things to create a wrestler with, which is always a welcome addition, and it's no different here. But, of course, the main reason why this game is amazing is because of the amount of content in it. The roster is the best it has ever been in a WWE game at the time, the universe mode has much more creativity, and of course, the Attitude Era mode is just fantastic. It's sort of a precursor to the 2K showcases in recent WWE games, but instead of it focusing on just 1 wrestlers career, it focuses on almost every highlight of the Attitude Era, which is just amazing on its own. The objectives are fun and you can unlock many things, such as classic arenas, legends, attires, etc. It really is one of the best story modes I've played through in a WWE game, and while the lack of a Road To WrestleMania mode may, at first, seem disappointing, the Attitude Era mode easily makes up for it and is even better than RTWM in WWE '12 anyways. Overall this game just kicks so much ass, and while the strange addition of a championship belt color changer and the lack of any noticeable improvements to the gameplay may seem a bit lazy, there's no denying this games overwhelming amount of other things makes it a highlight for Yukes, and I recommend it to anyone who's a WWE fan, especially if there a fan of the WWF Attidue Era, if they haven't played it yet, as it is definitely a fantastic follow-up with a lot of attitude.

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