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WWE: SmackDown Vs. Raw 2011

Released on 29 October 2010

Rating: 15+ (BBFC)

4.0 out of 5 (15 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Having sold more than 50 million units worldwide, the renowned WWE simulation experience and annual centrepiece in THQ's expanding WWE videogame portfolio returns to define the ultimate WWE moments and give players even greater creative and decision-making freedom throughout their storied journeys within WWE.

  • WWE Universe mode: This brand new addition to the franchise will empower players more than ever to define their ultimate gameplay experiences in a dynamic and ever-changing WWE. Along the way, gameplay scenarios will change based on player decisions, allowing for new rivalries, alliances, championship matches and more spontaneous WWE action in and out of the ring.
  • Road to Wrestlemania: The popular story-driven mode returns with significant updates and new storylines, including the ability to freely roam through backstage areas, select opponents, break into impromptu matches and fulfill destinies based on player choices
  • New physics system: An extensive variety of technical upgrades to the gameplay experience will ensure all matches and object interactions look and feel unique, dynamic and unpredictable to capture the full essence and authenticity of WWE
  • Best-in-class creation tools: The franchise's renowned creation interface will include more options than ever to customise created Superstars, finishing moves, story designs, paint tool creations and more. Searching and sharing content will be greatly simplified through improvements to the highly regarded WWE Community Creations feature, which generated nearly 10 million downloads in its franchise debut.
  • Unparalleled roster and presentation: Players will explore one of the largest rosters in franchise history with more than 70 of today's prominent WWE Superstars and WWE Divas. Each in-game model will feature new skin textures and movement technology, delivering the most authentic looking and moving WWE Superstars and WWE Divas ever seen in a WWE videogame. In addition, players will round out their virtual WWE experience with more than 100 match types and an extensive number of new playable arenas.

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 Average rating (15 reviews)


| | See all QS1972's reviews (2)

Over the years I have bought all of the SvR games, including the Legends game which was disapointing. Without a doubt each one is always better than it's previous one but this time SvR2011 far exceeds any of the others.

Game play and story line is superb and attention to detail has improved ten fold. For example you can suplex your oponent off the to turnbuckle through a table.

For me though the ultimate high was discovering that my all time favourite wrestler was available, once unlocked, Jake the snake Roberts!

5 star game without a shadow of doubt.

 Two Steps Forward and One Step Back....Good but some issues

| | See all DWOverdose's reviews (11)

On the whole the game is good, it's made a lot of improvements so I shall start with the good and finish with the bad.

Universe Mode is brilliant, seriously, I've been playing this game since release and it's still not boring. A schedule of matches across the WWE calendar based on and generated by what happens within the universe. Diffent scenes play and it actually makes exhibition pointless since the belts, the rumbles, the MitB matches all mean something...for once.

The Road to Wrestlemania's are hit and miss, some are fun whilst others are rather boring. The Undertaker Streak one is probably my favourite along with Christian's, people seem to complain about a lack of realism but older fans will appreciate the things within them.

The creation tools are good, will more aditions and better modeled parts for CAWs. With the addition of a create-a-corner finishing move to both the previous states.

Now for the bad points,

Online is still awful in fairness, it's filled with glitchers and cheats and it's probably the most unreliable online environment I've ever used. If you upload creations to the community you will also find that people will copy and rip them off since for some odd reason they are alloweded to reupload downloaded content.

The chain grapple system is an example of lazy testing, since it's broken and is impossible to use against human/online opponents since they reverse the weaker chain grapple attempts EVERY TIME and you will too if people actually try to use them. This can be helped offline by changing gameplay sliders but in fairness this game should have been pushed back to fix this problem.

DLC cannot be used in any creative mode and then be uploaded...at all. That means the dlc you buy off the store can't be uploaded into created stories and your created wrestlers also cannot have moves that belong to the dlc superstars. If you play offline it's perfectly fine but people who prefer online and sharing their creations should take note.

Moves have been removed from Create-a-Moveset as has the ability to change the transparency on most created parts. There are also buggy things with different hair types on different costumes.

I've given this game 3 stars because I feel the change in controls was a bad move (especially when its not working properly) and I feel that this was almost a hash/experiement and hopefully 2012 will be the best yet. Universe makes this game worth playing in fairness compared to 2009 and 2010 where I got bored after doing everything. Good offline experience but it's rather bad if you buy it for the online.

 Best smackdown game to date...still needs improvment

| | See all arranl's reviews (2)

the game is amazing really enjoyed playing it the roster is great and wwe universe is the future ov the game it makes the experince alot more entertaing with you changing the rankings to get your favorite superstar to championship gold....the only concerns though is the a.i its not the best. there has bin times iv bin attacked by my own alli when he has come in to help me?!? other then that i would recomend it to any one defenatly worth your money....the king ov kings

 What a joke!!!!!!!

| | See all Damon84's reviews (2)

This has to be the worse 1 they have ever done. This game is very slow in story lines and very unrealistic. In the career mode you can only select certain characters like you could in the 2010 game but the 1 thing that stands out is that on the career mode when you face The Undertaker at Wrestlemania, what ever level you have on (easy, medium or hard) you can never beat him. Its impossible to do. You will find it very hard to do. Some how he always gains a finisher on you but you will find it hard to gain one on him as he always reverses it. Some of the story lines are just abit stupid really. Its not like the past games they've made were the storys are far better. In my eyes this game needed to be improved alot. So WWE, please make the next game better and the story lines more realistic.

 Time to play the game!

| | See all ImmortalUK's reviews (36)

This svr game is pretty good it has a nice roster nice gameplay with physics added into it which makes it like dor 2 style a bit but better also its caw mode and creation community online is great you can make an amazing jeff hardy caw thanks to the paint tool in the game it is a very good game but need a lot of work on the gameplay still im hoping svr 12 is gonna be better but still this game is worth the buy got jeff hardy coming out to hes tna another me theme! also made raven caw and others you can download caws online and paint tool work its so good a must have for any wwe or tna fan!

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Rating15+ (BBFC)