Bring the atmosphere, spectacle, and fervor of a raucous WWE Live event into your living room with awe-inspiring Spectacular Moments and a new audio system that delivers the most authentic and dynamic commentary, sound effects and crowd participation ever in a WWE game. It was a time when Stone Cold Steve Austin battled for supremacy against his maniacal boss, Mr. McMahon. An era where The Rock told opponents to “know your role, and shut your mouth”, where the Undertaker threw Mankind off the top of the Hell in a Cell, and D-Generation X broke all the rules. Now, for the first time, relive this groundbreaking era in an all-new single player campaign mode that will make you experience the Monday Night Wars like never before. The fan-favorite WWE Universe mode returns, giving you more control over WWE than ever before. Your choices determine your destiny as you dynamically shape your schedules, television shows, and rosters, and form alliances and make enemies on your way to the top. With new animations, transitions, and modified controls built on the Predator Technology™ game engine, WWE ’13 will deliver strategic, fluid, and fun WWE action that plays more smoothly than any prior WWE game.
Wrestling is back with WWE '13, and this time with some attitude. As someone born in the late 80s, I was raised during the "Attitude Era" of wrestling. To me, this was the golden age of wrestling, a type of experience that I feel no longer exists in today's world of wrestling. Is it still entertaining? Sure, but it's just not the same - at least to me; I'm sure there are still plenty of people who find WWE just as thrilling as before. Still, my general lack of interest in today's WWE has made me somewhat indifferent to THQ's WWE franchise. I've played them because they have been fun, but I've just never felt that emotional connection or bond to the characters in them. Enter WWE '13, THQ's newest installment of their long-standing... Read Review