Xbox 360 WWE All-Stars Reviews

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Aug 26, 2012
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8 out of 10 - Machinima
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If you’ve found yourself underwhelmed by the lack of grandeur in other wrestling games, WWE All Stars is where you belong. Like NBA Jam, the game will not send you into another world for hours at a time or offer a profound single-player experience. It will, however, let you toss your friend twenty feet in the air and then stomp on his balls.

7.5 out of 10 - Game Informer
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All Stars is a game that could have been much more than it is. Its striking visual style and focus on over-the-top action should have been a perfect fit for the wrestling world, but the lack of variety brings down the overall experience. With no mode feeling like anything more than a glorified series of exhibition matches, it seems like less than a full game. I hope that THQ gives this formula another shot, because it could be a great companion series to Smackdown vs. Raw if it comes back with a more substantial experience.

7 out of 10 - Game Spot
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WWE All Stars pumps up the action and the stars of professional wrestling, delivering an entertaining experience in spite of its limitations.

7 out of 10 - IGN
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Wrestling fans will have fun when they pick this one up but I don't know how long it'll last as it's a bit shallow. On the flip side, the nuanced combat isn't going to suck in players looking for a simple, arcade experience.

6.5 out of 10 - Official Xbox Magazine
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There’s no denying the thrill of pitting Rey Mysterio against Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, but be warned: next to the content-packed SmackDown series, this workout feels light.
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I'm surprised that this game got mostly 7's. It's a great game! I love all WWE games and this one is super. Ray Mysteria is my favorite so I play as him often. I love learning all the signature moves of each player. It seems like they all have a different one.