Last summer, one man revolutionized the current WWE landscape. In a legendary moment at the end of Monday Night Raw, WWE Superstar CM Punk – as the voice of the voiceless – changed everything the world knew about WWE. Through his words and actions, a new leader emerged to set a higher standard, convey a new brand of attitude and ultimately ignite a revolution among the WWE Universe. His mantra? “Best in the world.” It’s not the first time WWE has seen such rebellion. Nearly 15 years ago, the legendary “Stone Cold” Steve Austin also revolutionized the WWE realm, sparking a new generation of supporters through his relentless, antihero behavior in one of WWE’s most celebrated time periods: the Attitude Era. Why did it happen? In his words, “’Cause Stone Cold said so.”
Today, a new crusade is on the horizon, and it doesn’t start with an iconic WWE Superstar on television, online or at a live event. WWE ’13 is imminent, and it’s time to Live the Revolution. THQ’s flagship WWE videogame franchise returns to provide the most authentic, seamless and passionate experience to date – all while turning up the attitude. WWE ’13 will transform WWE gameplay through the introduction of WWE Live, completely changing the way players embrace the videogame’s audio and presentation elements. Predator Technology returns to further implement critical gameplay improvements, while fan favorites in WWE Universe Mode and the franchise’s renowned Creation Suite are poised to offer the utmost in player freedom. Furthermore, WWE ’13 will introduce a groundbreaking, single-player campaign based on the highly influential Attitude Era. Complete with a robust roster – the largest to date in the franchise – along with a host of additional features, WWE ’13 is ready to live a revolution all its own.
The Masterpiece of THQ's final WWE game
This review is from: Playstation3 Game
Pros: Ok guys, here it is, I'm not going to give this game any cons cause I feel like it would be an error. I've played many games from PS1,PS2, and currently PS3. Majority of those games were WWE as I was a child I remember playing late at night with my cousins this was so long ago. I feel like I have a history with these games my brother carrys my WWE game legacy. I wish they kept it with THQ but oh well time goes on. Game is A+ everything I like about it and more. I can only imagine what this game would be like in the future.
Other Thoughts: Last THQ WWE game, make sure you buy one because you won't see one again.
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