The best-selling fighting videogame franchise returns to the virtual ring with the most authentic, entertaining and compelling simulation of WWE programming to date.

Featuring unparalleled creation tools, a robust Superstar roster, key franchise improvements and a few surprises, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 delivers the empowering freedom to create, customize and share gameplay experiences. It’s the player’s world now.

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 (also known as SvR 2010), is a wrestling video game developed by Yuke's and published by THQ for PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, and iOS.

It is the eleventh video game in the WWE SmackDown vs. Raw (later renamed to simply WWE) series, and is the sequel to WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009, and was succeeded by WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011.

This game became the first of the series to be available as an iPhone App. It was released on December 23, 2009. As of June 2010, the game had since been removed from the App Store.

The game includes 69 selectable characters, including DLC legend Stone Cold Steve Austin.

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Game Features

Embrace a directorial role to create and customize unique storylines. The player can now design storylines featuring WWE's weekly shows (Raw, SmackDown, or ECW) and pay-per-views with cutscenes and matches of their creations using a variety of preset options, with over 100 different animations and 25 different locations to design each scene, dialogue writing, camera angles, superstar emotions and much more.

The franchise’s renowned customization interface delivers a new look, improved graphical quality and a host of new parts, allowing players to create Superstars who are comparable in quality with their WWE counterparts. Furthermore, players can now create their own logos through the Paint Tool feature, customize in-game Superstar Attires, create Top Rope Finishers, and share all their created content online through the new "Community Creations".

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 features two new match types: the Championship Scramble and the Mixed (intergender) Tag Team Match. However, the big deal is the revamping of the Royal Rumble Match, with the inclusion of fitting mini-games and Royal Rumble Finishers, for a more realistic elimination system and a life-like experience.

The popular story-based Road To WrestleMania mode returns with key updates and new storylines, including a first-ever Divas storyline and a Create-a-Superstar storyline. The Career Mode isn't gone either and it's back with few upgrades. Plus, the exhibition mode is spiced up with the new innovative “WWE Rivals” feature.

The game features visual improvements with more realistic blood and hit detection, and the removal of the HUD, cutting down the on-screen information during matches. Other changes include the return of four Strong Grapples, new move positions, a new Pin Fall system adopted from Legends of WrestleMania and the departure of the two-buttons reversal system, that now relies on the pressure of just one single button.

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 features 65 in-game superstars and divas, with the exceptions of the Nintendo DS version which features 30 superstars, and the Mobile version which features 11 superstars. Like the previous game, players can choose to change the character's classification in a roster editor called Superstar Management. An extra character, Stone Cold Steve Austin, was also featured as downloadable content on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.

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