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WWE All Stars (Xbox 360)

WWE All Stars (Xbox 360)
alaScore 83

20 reviews

Oct, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the controls and multi player mode. The design and action also get good feedback.

action, design, multi player, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the WWE All Stars (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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WWE All Stars Review

 

Is WWE All Stars just for wrestling fans or can any gamer enjoy it?

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WWE All Stars Review

 

We take a step into the ring with WWE All-Stars, but do we find the title incredibly fun to play or just another arcade title gone wrong? Find out after [...]

While the game has its issues, the game is just fun, and that is worth something in my book.

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WWE All Stars Review

 

WWE All Stars pumps up the action and the stars of professional wrestling, delivering an entertaining experience in spite of its limitations.

Signature moves and finishers pack an awesome punch ; Great roster of WWE superstars past and present ; Basics are easy to grasp ; Dramatic match intros use archival WWE footage

Finicky reversal timing ; Frequent and lengthy loading screens ; No tutorial for trickier elements ; Some unintentionally bizarre actions

You should also be prepared to exercise some patience before attempting to play WWE All Stars, because you have to do some serious waiting around during the lengthy and frequent load times. Once you get into the action, the blend of precision and...

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WWE All-Stars

 

REVIEW: More a pin than a knockout

Over-the-top design is exactly what wrestling games need; fantasy-matchup videos are very well-done

Cheap A.I. opponents; limited move-sets for custom wrestlers.; Feels like too little content for $60, especially compared to the SmackDown series

What, no Mick Foley?!

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WWE All-Stars

 

There is a certain stigma regarding the world of professional wrestling. Fans are dedicated and loyal, viewing the sport as a form of art. People who are not fans often describe it as barbaric, over the top, and filled with unrealistic,...

WWE All Stars is a ton of fun but there are also a lot of missed opportunities and disappointing flaws visible in the final product. As much as I enjoy the game, it pains me to think that so much more could have been done in the areas of other cameo...

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WWE All Stars

 

When WWE was actually called WWF, you couldn't help but be a big fan. Watching a bunch of guys beating the living hell - or so I thought - out of one another was bizarrely addictive and how the bad guys always managed to win by nefarious means was...

For wrestling fans WWE All Stars is a top notch title, especially the Fantasy match ups, but it soon becomes repetitive pretty quickly for the average gamer. The controls are nowhere near as simple as they could have been and the AI is pretty tough,...

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WWE All-Stars

 

Along with a few other members of the gaming media, XBA were one of the fortunate few invited to attend the WWE All Stars Preview launch. The game, the first wrestling effort out of THQ San Diego (formerly Midway Studios) was announced midway (no pun...

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WWE All-Stars Hands-On Preview

 

The crowd is chanting my name in unison. I size up my opponent as his red-glowing body slowly rises from the mat. He notices too late that I am going for my finishing maneuver. I wrap him up in a hold and jump about ten feet in the air, flipping both...

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WWE All Stars

 

Sarge takes a look at the latest wrestling game, WWE All Stars including a roster of some of the greatest wrestling legends with some of the greatest personalities in WWE today.

Finally great to see a wrestling game that's replaced 'simulation' with 'fun ; Devastating over the top finishing moves ; Easy to pick-up controls ; Endless replayablility

Commentary is woeful ; There's still some great wrestling names that are missing here ; Online play seems more like an afterthought, and lag is a real issue

It's been years since a wrestling game has truly embraced the sheer stupidity that is wrestling - and I mean that in the best way possible. WWE All-Stars has finally made the right move and ditched all the supposedly high-brow technique and simulation...

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WWE All Stars

 

In the 1990s I caught the wrestling bug hard. Friday nights were reserved for ‘RAW is WAR', I began to purchase official and unofficial monthly wrestling publications and at one point I even joined one of those e-wrestling roleplaying sites. And to...

Soaked in retro appeal but sorely lacking in depth, All Stars would be a fine budget title or downloadable release, yet its depleted roster and simplistic array of fight modes and play styles means criticisms that the game was rushed to take advantage...

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