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Posted 04 October 2011 - 11:35 AM
---8 man Royal Rumble
---6 man backstage brawls (including intergender) with weapons, cars, fans, and areas to explore
---Last Man Standing matches, four man cage matches, Ultimate Submission, Slobber Knocker, Street Fights, triple threat tag teams, more
---Skipping KOTR matches
---Technical moves influenced by the Japanese makers by Yukes (love those different armbar variations!)
Thanks to itsmyyard for the videos!
Posted 04 October 2011 - 04:54 PM
cant find any working emulators and wwe games.Every PS3 is able to Run PSX Titles.
i wanna play smackdown games but i have no ps2
I never heard of this before but the guy in this video said you can play this game on the ps3 if you have the ps1 disc?
Might be of interest to you...
most work perfect, others have some little bugs.
Or you could just download a emulator.
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Posted 09 October 2011 - 08:59 PM
This was my GAME right here. While everyone's jizzing over HCTP, I was jizzing over this game , only thing i liked better with HCTP is controls and more matches
Me too, i liked HCTP because the Elimination Chamber was in but in EVERYTHING i pick Shut Your Mouth
Posted 15 October 2011 - 06:23 PM
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Posted 16 October 2011 - 04:52 PM
My 2nd favorite wrestling game of all time.
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Posted 30 October 2011 - 03:45 AM
Part 4: Very fun game, completely forgot that you had to play the season mode multiple times to unlock all items in some PPVs--that was redundant. Much improved over JBI, played this game numerous times with a friend for days straight. Backstage fighting was extremely fun also.
Part 5: "What was new in Here Comes The Pain was the first time Elimination Chamber and people loved the Elimination Chamber. It's a bit shit now, back then it was brilliant. The gameplay comparing it now to 2011 [SVR] exactly the same, they haven't changed anything since Here Comes The Pain.
Reversal animations, there's the slingshot--same. You could do a cross body off the chains, you could go on top of the chambers and do a crossbody off the chains. You could go on top of the chambers and do your frog splash finisher, etc. Nothing changed, this was the first game to have it. Sort your shit out THQ, it's awfully sad".
^Nicely said, BTW there was (20) twenty different powerbombs seen in HCTP. The movesets were one of the strongest features in a wrestling game, season mode was also much improved--free roaming and the expanded backstage fighting was entertaining as *&!@. One of the best wrestling games ever made by THQ.
Part 6: I've played this game with friends and it was so entertaining. Many CAWs were based off real people, it was the birth place of my number one [fictional] CAW: BOZO. CAB was a real winner in my book and defending those belts was one of the greatest moments I've ever had. The prestiege would skyrocket through the roof when I defended those belts with the A.I. settings, reversals settings, finisher damage, weapon damage, etc on MAX. It was the hardest f&^*ing challenge I've faced in a while next to a handful of "challenges" that SVR07 had to unlock more difficult items.
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