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WWE '13- Xbox 360

WWE '13- Xbox 360
alaScore 86

14 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of WWE '13- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the gameplay and action.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the WWE '13- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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WWE '13 Review

 

Subtle refinements and a great campaign boost WWE '13.

Improved reversal system makes matches incredibly enjoyable ; Excellent Attitude Era solo campaign ; A broad range of customization options

Still some minor visual bugs

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WWE '13 Review

 

After playing WWE '13 at an event in New York last month, I came away thinking that this entry might be the most accessible one yet, as few people in their 20s or older can forget the "Attitude Era" that the WWE went through in the late 90s - or the...

Still, the franchise is most definitely at its most complete here in '13, with a massive roster, a focus on a golden age of wrestling, and lots of visual and functional tweaks to rein in the franchise's ambition and instead start making the many modes...

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WWE '13 Review

 

THQ doesn't know what to do with its WWE license. Last year's overhaul looked to be setting the franchise on a new road to glory. While refreshing, WWE '12 suffered from minor irritations and a lack of worthwhile content. The focus for this year's...

The addition of the Attitude Era is great for reliving memories.

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WWE '13

 

Wrestling has been on the upswing in the last two years. For those who are not hardcore wrestling fans, a minor history lesson is in order before diving into WWE 13. The 2000s were not very kind to wrestling as a whole, ratings-wise, and that can be...

WWE 13 is a very up and down game. There is a lot to enjoy with this version, and the negatives mentioned do not outweigh them. The gameplay is solid, albeit some minor issues, and the Universe and Attitude Era modes give wrestling fans, both old and...

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WWE '13 Review

 

WWE '13 faces the dual challenge of living up to its lofty marketing campaign as well as the high bar set by its predecessor. Does it succeed?

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WWE '13

 

We wrestle with the review of WWE '13, will it get the 1, 2, 3?

WWE '13 is the pinnacle of wrestling games, bringing the right amount of action with the balance of simplicity something other games have failed to grasp.

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WWE ‘13 Xbox 360 Review

 

Last year's revamp and rebrand of THQ and Yuke's wrestling games was a sensible decision, as the series formally titled WWE Smackdown and then WWE Smackdown vs. Raw had long been due an overhaul of its primary mechanics and underlying engine. The game...

The mode is split into individual chapters interspersed with nicely put together video packages and focussing on the likes of the rise of Stone Cold Steve Austin, the Rock and the formation of Degeneration X. The heavily scripted nature of last year’s...

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WWE '13 Review

 

Subtle refinements and a great campaign boost WWE '13.

Improved reversal system makes matches incredibly enjoyable ; Excellent Attitude Era solo campaign ; A broad range of customization options

Still some minor visual bugs

Considering the franchise's annual nature and the fact that last year brought such a huge overhaul to the series, it's not a surprise that WWE '13 doesn't innovate as substantially as its predecessor. It feels like the same game in many ways, but lots...

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