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Eight months can be an eternity in the WWE. Careers can be made, and ended. Championship belts can change hands, over and over again, sometimes shifting more than once in the same week. Fan-favorite faces can turn heel and have arenas full of fans cursing the same names they'd cheered just half a year earlier. This outlandish wrestling design first arrived on store shelves this past Spring, when versions for the Xbox 360, Wii and all three active PlayStations were each made available for fans of TV's most notable wrestling promotion. At the time, Nintendo's 3DS was just debuting in stores itself, so it's understandable that this particular edition of All Stars was bumped back a bit. But the extra time seems to have been mostly ignored by the development team at THQ San Diego, because none of the issues that held back those first five versions of the game appear to have been addressed here in the sixth. There's still no tutorial, so newcomers will still have to grapple with a basic menu screen listing bland button commands to try to learn how to execute each Superstar's maneuvers. Reversals are still too difficult to time correctly, as the icon that indicates their availability flashes across the screen like lightning and is nearly impossible to catch before your brawler hits the mat.
When THQ introduced WWE All Stars to consoles earlier this year, it brought in a new breed of wrestling game that reminded us of such arcade-style affairs as WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game and Wrestlefest. They focused less on the \"realism” (if you can call it that) of the sport, going with crazy over-the-top antics instead. We mean crazier than the Godfather, mind you. It was a big hit back then, so the company decided to bring the high-flying body slams and backbreakers to the Nintendo 3DS, and, for the most part, the fun remains intact. The game features over 40 superstars from the current and past WWE roster, including legends like The Rock and Hulk Hogan, mixed in with current superstars like CM Punk and John Cena. Some great faces have been thrown into this game, and you can finally see who would win the argument between Punk and Chris Jericho – and, for that matter, the long-standing feud between Hogan and the legendary \"Macho Man” Randy Savage – ooh, yeah! Each wrestler has their special moves intact, along with authentic ring entrances and music, and they look great in 3D.
|WWE All Stars 3DS||$16.63||See it|
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|3DS Game WWE Allstars||$39.99||See it|
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