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Earlier this year THQ could not catch a break, facing several lawsuits, layoffs, employee disapproval, the prospect of a NASDAQ delisting, and their absence on the main floor of E3. This forced the hand of new president Jason Rubin of Naughty Dog fame to drop some of the publisher's costly expenditures, including the UFC license for their moderately successful UFC Undisputed series. WWE fans held their breaths on word of whether their favorite franchise would be sacrificed as well, but it luckily escaped unscathed, returning now in triumphant form. With such financial turmoil, it comes to no surprise that THQ and developer Yuke's have slipped out one of the aces up their sleeve: the Attitude Era. Those who grew up during my generation remember this period fondly, with iconic superstars like Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, The Rock, Kane, and The Undertaker (just to name a few). As a gamer first and foremost, I am immediately reminded of the days, weeks even, that I would spend creating and customizing characters in WWF No Mercy for Nintendo 64. The Attitude Era had that raw, in-your-face, lawless aggression that no one can't forget.
“Live the Revolution.” For months, THQ has hyped WWE ’13 as the next milestone in its long lineage of wrestling video games. Partly thematic, partly indicative of the publisher’s continued overhaul of its core wrestling sim franchise, the notion of a revolution is certainly a bold claim to make. In truth, the revolution happened last year, as WWE ’12 made significant and sweeping alterations to THQ’s formula. This year’s entry doesn’t take as many risks as its predecessor, which is in some ways disappointing, yet perhaps inevitable for an annualized series. While WWE ’13 does set a defining, high bar for the modern, single-player wrestling experience, it stumbles in some of its efforts to evolve its audio presentation, and doesn’t address other lingering issues for the series. THQ threw out its entire previous approach to single-player, opting for a linear, six-chapter retelling of the Attitude Era through the eyes of some of its biggest stars. A combination of excellent wrestling footage packages, in-game cutscenes and text-based descriptions help relive the spirit of the time, serving as a history lesson for new and old fans alike. Capturing this essence is critical, as wrestling is as much about theatrics as it is athletics. WWE ’13 succeeds wildly in this regard.
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