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WWE SmackDown: Shut Your Mouth (PS2)

WWE SmackDown: Shut Your Mouth (PS2)
alaScore 72

10 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Review analysis

(Based on 10 reviews)

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Consumer review by:

Know Your Role, And Shut Your Mouth!

 

INTRO

Tons of gameplay options, amazing amount area to play

graphics, no online play, not a whole lot of voice overs

Consumer review by:

So, I'm a heel...what of it?

 

April, 2002. "Big Shot" Travis Black arrives at the arena for his debut match on MTV's Sunday Night Heat. Always eager for a scoop, WWE announcer Michael Cole proceeds to shove a microphone into the new Superstar's face and asks him if he's nervous...

Excellent gameplay

Some concepts need improvement

Consumer review by:

Da best wrestling game to ever hit the PS2!!!

 

NOTE: WHENEVER YOU SEE JBI OR SYM, YOU SHOULD ALREADY KNOW WHAT IT MEANS. IF YOU DON'T, THEN I'LL TELL YOU. JBI MEANS SMACKDOWN! JUST BRING IT AND SYM MEANS SMACKDOWN! SHUT YOUR MOUTH.

Awesome graphics, huge arenas, small memory space, new wrestlers, good controls

no multiplayer in Season mode, inaccurate roster and some faulty collision detection

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Steadily improving and doing good

 

Another Smackdown. How many catch phrases does The Rock have left ? It doesn't matter I guess as the fourth Smackdown easily establishes itself as the top wrestling game on the market. This game is not what it could be, but it still made some steady...

Nice improvement on season and create mode

There aren't many, but the voices definitely lower the sound's score

Consumer review by:

Two steps forward and a few strange steps back.

 

Smackdown 4 is the newest installment in the Smackdown series. It is an excellent game. The graphics are leagues better than the last game, you can control the specific shape of your create a characters. The game play is much more dynamic. The first...

Excellent graphics. Face and body morphing, non mind numbing season mode

Lack of color control in create a character. No multi-player or female season mode

Consumer review by:

Smack it with your mouth!' Here is Smackdown4.

 

WWE SMACKDOWN Shut your mouth (THQ/Yukes, November 2002)

In terms of options, it's a Wresting fans dream come true

Under all these new features, it's still the same game

Consumer review by:

Unbelivable! IF you disagree, SHUT YOUR MOUTH!

 

Awesome game! Disagree? Then SHUT YOUR MOUTH!

Unbelivable Garphics, Real WWE Story Lines, lots o new superstars, and matches

no Rey Mysterio

Consumer review by:

THQ Finally Gets it Right

 

Being a huge fan of the WWE and the Smackdown wrestling game series, I knew before I picked up WWE Smackdown: Shut Your Mouth that I was going to be left with a choice. I could either go to the French Quarter here in New Orleans and party my work-free...

A REAL story mode, better gameplay, and a awesome creation mode with new features

but why did they ruin a few themes songs? And what's with the exploding cars

Consumer review by:

WWE Smackdown: Best WWE/WWF Game Since No Mercy

 

Ever since THQ started making wrestling games, they have been some of my favorite games to play. They even take up time that I would use for the Madden and NBA Live series. However, I have never been a fan of the Smackdown series of games that started...

Graphics, smooth gameplay

A little to fast and simplistic for my taste

Consumer review by:

Like I Wasn't Wasting Enough Of My Time.

 

I love wrestling games. When I was a kid, I loved them because I still believed wrestling was real. Eventually, when I realized that they weren't, I stopped watching, and playing. Sometime around when WWF Attitude dropped ridiculously in price, I...

Create Mode, Improved Story Mode, Graphics

Mostly the same old thing, with a spitshine

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