Saturday, December 25, 2010

WWE Legends Game

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It’s evident right off the bat who WWE: Legends of WrestleMania  is catered towards: the hardcore fans that’ve been around since the early days. With that in mind, we’d like to tackle a wrestling title that has the impossible of delivering a game that promises to serve as a reminder of how popular wrestling used to be back in the ‘80’s and early ‘90’s. Is there any possible way that WWE: Legends of WrestleMania lives up to our memories and childhood of when wrestling was a growing spectacle? Well the answer to that question is yes and no. Yes, the nostalgic fans will be able to relive the defining moments that once had WrestleMania on par with the Super Bowl. But it’s the combat system and lack of online royal rumble that holds it back from being the ultimate fan service to wrestling fans. What Legends does well is provide a starting ground that THQ and Yukes can improve on for years to come with introducing new game modes, online options and legends to use.
There are plenty of things to brag about when it comes to WWE Legends of WrestleMania. To begin with the most exciting attribute, the roster of more than 40 legends is superb. Not only do they have fan-favorite – and not mention that he hasn’t shown his colorful face in a long time – in the Ultimate Warrior, but they even put forth including older legends such as Nikolai Koloff and Michael Hayes. If those don’t tickle your fancy, then maybe gigantic behemoths such as Kamala, King Kong Bundy and Yokozuna will lure you into giving LOWM at least a rental. Unfortunately, divas weren’t included and neither were a few household names such as Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat or “Macho Man” Randy Savage, but we’ll cross our fingers they appear in future installments.

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