down VS. Raw 2010
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) formerly the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) before May 5, 2002, utilized a brand extension (officially known as the WWE Brand Extension) to assign on-screen employees to one of its primary television programs. Originally, WWE used both Raw and SmackDown to promote on-screen talent storylines, and matches. However, with the Brand Extension, each program would feature distinct wrestlers, storylines, and matches.
With so much action and popularity of the show it was only the matter of time before the show was turned into this great video game, this professional wrestling video game was developed by Yuke's, and published by THQ for the PlayStation 2 (PS2), PlayStation 3 (PS3), PlayStation Portable (PSP), Wii, Nintendo DS, and Xbox 360 systems. It is the eleventh and current video game in the WWE SmackDown vs. Raw series, and is the sequel to its predecessor WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009.
The game features revamped create modes, which have got a complete overhaul compared to past years' editions. In addition to the original create-a-superstar and create-an-entrance modes, the game introduces the WWE Story Designer mode, where the player can now design storylines featuring WWE's weekly shows (Raw, SmackDown, or ECW), with over 100 animations and over 25 different locations to choose from and design every scene. Players can write subtitles via USB port keyboard or Joystick (controller) Similar to previous editions in the series, the player can create storylines; however, the player can now control how long the storylines goes on, how many superstars or Divas are involved, and what takes place in the storylines.
Get one from Wantitall.co.za your guaranteed not to be disappointed as the game features whole lot of new features compared to its last release. The game has had great review from different sources like the; The PlayStation 3 version received average scores of 81.59% and 83 out of 100 from review aggregators Game Rankings and Metacritic respectively. Meanwhile, the Xbox 360 version received average scores of 82.59% and 80 out of 100 from Game Rankings and Metacritic respectively.