WWE All Stars

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WWE All Stars

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Release Date: Mar 29, 2011

Buy it! 36 % - Rent it! 55 % - Flush it! 9 %

In contrast to the more simulation based WWE SmackDown vs. Raw series, WWE All Stars features arcade-style gameplay along with over-the-top animation and wrestlers bearing a more exaggerated look. The game is expected to be a combination of a fighting game and a wrestling game, with combos playing a major factor in gameplay, both on the ground and mid-air. Some gameplay videos show the wrestlers doing exaggerated moves, such as John Cena's Attitude Adjustment, in which he dives high into the air. The game will feature present and past WWE wrestlers, as well as commentary from Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler.

 


WWE All Stars Macho Man Madness

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GameStop Exclusive

Pre-order WWE Allstars with GameStop and receive two exclusive characters!

  1. Ted DiBiase (Jr)
  2. The Million Dollar Man

Online Customers: A code with instructions on how to redeem your code will be emailed to you within 48 hours after your order ships. 


Amazon Exclusive

Pre-order WWE All Stars, for PS3 or Xbox 360, and get a Digital Mini Guide. PDF file will be e-mailed within two business days after your order ships.


WWE All Stars Mad Catz BrawlStick

MadCatz BrawlStick

The official WWE All STARS™ BrawlStick™ controller for the Xbox 360 was designed for wrestling fans to recreate the quality, gameplay and precision found in arcades.  Using an arcade-style joystick and 30mm quick connect buttons along with realistic spacing and an eight-button layout, the WWE All STARS™  BrawlStick™  brings the arcade experience right into your home. With separate turbo settings for each button and great ergonomics, prepare yourself for hours of competition, no quarters necessary.

Amazon.com $79.99 (Free Shipping.)

Mad Catz $79.99


WWE All Stars Wireless BrawlPad

The official WWE All STARS™ Wireless BrawlPad™ controller for the PlayStation 3 was designed specifically for wrestling fans to put new levels of control and precision in the palms of their hands.  Using an enlarged, circular 8-way floating D-Pad and a classic six-button layout, the WWE All STARS™ BrawlPad™ brings the wrestling experience right into your home. With separate turbo settings for each button and great ergonomics, prepare yourself for hours of competition.

Amazon.com $39.99 (Free Shipping.)

Mad Catz $39.99

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WWE All Stars Video Review

By: fnjimmy Apr 18, 2011 | 7 Comments

The best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. I will be reviewing everything for the WWE All Stars.

You watch my exclusive titantron in this video. 

Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

If anybody wants to challange me on WWE All Stars, I will battle you and I will win. Watch me review and shove your comments up your ass reh-tards! Wooooooooooo!

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WWE All Stars Spectator Mode Review

By: goukijones Apr 1, 2011 | 5 Comments

FnJimmy brought over WWE All Stars the other night and I just watched. Here's my take on what I saw. I guess I should have known better than to let FnJimmy demo a game for me.

The graphics in WWE All Stars is the first this you are going to notice when ever you see this game. They are over the top and extreme. All of the wrestlers look crazy, especially Sheamus. There isn't that many wrestlers to choose from at the beginning, you have to unlock a lot. Jimmy of course hasn't unlocked any. There are no divas in the game sad face. Kofi Kingston?! Really, really? Really?

You can do 4-man tornado tag matches [All four guys in the ring at the same time.] Cage matches. Triple Threats are another option. But that was about it. I didn't get to see much of the actual strategy in the game, because well it was Jimmy. I'm sure there is though, you get rated at the end of every match like Street Fighter. There's gotta be some technique, there's a counter button. 

The titantrons are accurate, short and to the point. You don't have to watch the guy walk all the way down to the ring thank god. Howard Finkle is the announcer and that brings back some memories. WWE All Stars also has Create a Wrestler, but it's kept short. This works out fine in the game. I'm not to interested in spending hours creating a wrestler. Move sets are selected so you can pick a Rey Mysterio size guy and then attach Andre The Giant's moves. That's cool.

This CAW below we created in about 5 minutes. Choke is our stand by video game stunt man of course. Totally fucking with some of the settings we maximized the depth of his abdomen and wait until you see this pointy mess. That's what she said.

WWE All Stars Roddy Piper VS Choke [CAW]

Expect a full-on FnJimmy Golden Video Review.

Time to get in the ring

Round one I tried out the Ultimate Warrior and he felt a little clunky, but it could just be me.  The power was there and getting my first KO by finisher was pretty cool.  But the control seems pretty simple and I'm seeing no reason to get the Fight Pad unless you just want one for the hell of it.

But there are two sides to this fight.

When I switch over to rey Mysterio for the second match I could see a difference.  He's fast, fluid, and gets some air.  His grapples are true to his style with them looking more like counters.  I'm impressed.

But as much fun as I'm having and looking forward to playing as other legends and trying all the match types, I've got to say rent it.  Unless you are a real wrestling fan, then get off your candy ass and get the game.

 

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WWE All Stars (Playstation 3) Current low price: $29.12 at Amazon Save $30.87 (51.5 %)

52 Week High: $39.99 Jul 13, 2012 | 52 Week Low: $24.99 Nov 28, 2011
Release Date: Mar 29, 2011


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WWE All Stars (Xbox 360) Current low price: $33.04 at Amazon Save $26.95 (44.9 %)

52 Week High: $34.96 Jun 12, 2012 | 52 Week Low: $24.99 Nov 28, 2011
Release Date: Mar 29, 2011


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WWE All Stars (Nintendo Wii) Current low price: $27.88 at Amazon Save $22.11 (44.2 %)

52 Week High: $29.99 Jun 12, 2012 | 52 Week Low: $20.27 Apr 2, 2012
Release Date: Mar 29, 2011


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WWE All Stars (Sony PSP) Current low price: $7.02 at Amazon Save $22.97 (76.6 %)

52 Week High: $17.24 Aug 7, 2012 | 52 Week Low: $7.02 Nov 3, 2012
Release Date: Mar 29, 2011


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WWE All Stars (Nintendo 3DS) Current low price: $39.99 at Amazon Save $0.00 (0.0 %)

52 Week High: $39.99 Oct 14, 2011 | 52 Week Low: $39.99 Oct 14, 2011
Release Date: Mar 29, 2011


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