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WWE '12 (Xbox 360)

WWE '12 (Xbox 360)
alaScore 87

63 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 63 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the action and value for money. The gameplay and graphics are also mentioned favorably. Comments are divided on the story. There are some negative opinions about the AI.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the WWE '12 (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 63 reviews)

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WWE '12 (Xbox 360)

 

Doing more than simply dropping the SmackDown vs. RAW moniker that has prefaced the last run of WWE games since 2004, WWE '12 aims to refresh the long-running wrestling series' recent stale leanings with redesigned gameplay and an all-new game engine....

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WWE 12 (Xbox 360) Review

 

Is WWE 12 really bigger and better? Well come in and read the review to find out.

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WWE '12 Review

 

This WWE franchise overhaul is held back by some serious control issues.

Enhanced realism ; Lots of customization options

Broken reversal system ; Unbalanced AI ; Weak, overscripted story mode

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WWE ’12 review [PS3/360/Wii]

 

For WWE fans, their only gaming fix comes annually in the form of THQ and Yukes' interpretation of wrestling franchise. It's gone through many monikers over the years, and this year it has abandoned the Smackdown vs. Raw title for the much simpler WWE...

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WWE 12 Review

 

And if your favorite wrestler isn't included (or, hey, you just want to make Scott Hall ala the Razor Ramon days, before he lost himself), you can enter the WWE Universe and create one from scratch. The tools are as robust as ever, letting you control...

The second is the submission system. It’s too easy now to either make an opponent submit by furiously tapping buttons, or getting out of a submission going the opposite way. On the other hand, the body-oriented damage system is good, so we’ll forgive...

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WWE ’12 Review

 

WWE is certainly no stranger to reinvention. From reinventing characters, brands, shows and even their own name, change is the one constant in the continually evolving world of professional wrestling.

Solid new gameplay engine ; Ton of customization options ; Slick presentation

AI is lacking ; Some general glitchyness ; Rope physics are strange and unrealistic

WWE is certainly no stranger to reinvention. From reinventing characters, brands, shows and even their own name, change is the one constant in the continually evolving world of professional wrestling. THQ and Yukes have taken this concept to heart and...

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WWE 12

 

As a long time fan of WWE - since before it was forced to change its name from WWF - each year that a new WWE title is released (that's every year then) brings a strange wave of anticipation. Will it have changed since last year, and if so, just how...

WWE '12 takes the plunge and ditches the Smackdown vs. Raw 2011 moniker, mixing things up and slamming down the franchise for the three count. The overhauled system is a positive first step towards advancing the series, and the customisation is still...

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WWE '12

 

When I first looked at the back of the package of WWE 12, I saw three words that flashed me back to my childhood: Bigger. Badder. Better. For those who weren't around for the glory days of the 1980s and the era of professional wrestling before the...

You have to be impressed with the final product that Yuke's and THQ. It's tough to start a game completely from scratch and build it up to what you want. While there are still some modifications that need to be made for future titles, the final product...

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WWE '12 Goes Bigger, Badder, Better

 

THQ have released the launch trailer for WWE '12, showing us how the series has just gone Bigger, Badder and Better. The popular wrestling franchise has undergone a bit of a facelift, also dropping the Smackdown VS Raw moniker it's had over recent...

First for this series, he was in All Stars though. The guy's moves are crazy

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WWE '12 Review

 

Forget what you know about Smackdown vs. Raw. THQ has completely revamped its wrestling experience for the better.