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Advantages: The ability to play as some of your wrestling favourites.
Disadvantages: The game's too easy and just generally a bit rubbish.

Having been hooked on WWE wrestling games ever since the Smackdown series first hit the original Playstation back in 2000; always when a new WWE game is released I look well and truly forward to playing it. THQ took time away from the Smackdown series her ...

RazzaLazza 24.04.2011 · Read full review
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Review of WWE Legends of Wrestlemania (Xbox 360)

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Buckets of Nostalgia but sadly as controllable as...a bucket

Advantages: Lots of legends, nostalgia, Great msuic, Some fun...
Disadvantages: ...limited fun, terrible controls, limted gameplay,

When it comes to wrestling games the contemporary games often date incredibly quickly, in fact for those who can remember WWF No Mercy the changing landscape of the WWF (now WWE) saw “The Big Show” taken from the game very late in production due to the fa ...

iamasadlittleboy 02.02.2010 · Read full review
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Review of WWE Legends of Wrestlemania (Xbox 360)

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UFC Personal Trainer has made me fit and toned within six weeks.

Advantages: Really gets you fit and toned, excellent value for money, voiced by professionals
Disadvantages: Little music, no diversity in fighters, no fighting game option, repetitive voice acting

...I got a kinect for my xbox 360 with the intention of getting in shape while I play video games, and UFC personal trainer has done just that. It's disappointing that there is no multiplayer fighting aspect to the game for when friends come round, but what ...

space_cat 25.08.2011 · Read full review
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Review of UFC Personal Trainer (Xbox 360)

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