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Got the game for Christmas and it's awesome. The new technology makes this game so much better in my opinion. I wish THQ changed the formula years ago. There was so much wrong with SvR 2011 and I'm surprised that they didn't even bother fixing that game.
But WWE 12 is nearly perfect as far as game play goes. I'm enjoying it a lot. Still has its glitches and bugs that THQ is working on. I'm playing on normal difficulty and I've lost more matches than any of the Smackdown games. I played every game since Just
Bring It, so no complaints from me. I'm having no less than 5 minute singles matches. If it pushes to 7 or 8 then I might lose. It's that well balanced for me. I just hope they don't mess it up down the road in future releases. I'm disappointed that THQ has
yet to fix the entrance issue where people are coming out from the left. It's been that way since SvR 2009 when WWE went HD and new stage. It's ridiculous how long it's been that way. They fixed some entrances last year and a few more this year, but most are
still coming from the left.
I gave a long ranting review in an earlier post, but the main point is that the game is fun and will get a lot of replay from me. I say pick it up and enjoy....but I have the same negative issues as everyone else...namely I hate games that are released
broken to be patched later because of my lack of internet gaming access right now. The same goes with DLC, particularly The Rock as his character was finished and should have been included with the price of admission... I also had issue with so many saying
how much better this game is than the SvR series...the graphics are better than ever and I like the new button layout, but really this is more of the same and I wouldn't have noticed the "revolution" had they stamped Smackdown vs. Raw 2012 on the package.