Credited cast:
The Rock (voice)
Batista (voice)
Kevin Nash (voice)
The Miz (voice) (as Mike Mizanin)
The Big Show (voice)
Stone Cold Steve Austin (voice)
Maryse (voice) (as Maryse Ouellet)
Nikki Bella (voice)
The Undertaker (voice)
John Morrison (voice)
Jerry 'The King' Lawler (voice)
Sheamus (voice)
Kane (voice)
Shawn Michaels (voice)
Eve (voice)


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A new and awesome era of WWE games
18 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

As this being the first yearly release that isn't a Smackdown Vs. Raw game, this game is surprisingly great. Visually and gameplay-wise, this game may be the biggest overhaul I've ever seen coming from a predecessor, not only with its updated visuals that look more crisp and vibrant, but with the new predator technology, which improves upon a lot of the gameplay from SvR 2011 and under. But that's not all that got an upgrade. There are a lot more additions to the creation suite. One being more things to choose from in Create A Superstar, which makes it a lot easier to create just about anyone you want. Another being the all new ability to Create Arenas, which may be one of, if not my favorite creation mode in all of WWE games. And for it being the first version of it in this game, it's pretty good, as it lets you customize the ring, barricade, announce tables, floor mat, and electronic billboards, which is amazing. But, at the same time, I was a bit disappointed to find out that there's no way to edit the stage, which means that if I were to try to create the "Raw Is War" arena from 1999, then the stage would still be the same blue and red stage that looks hilariously out of place. But, I guess, it's definitely better than not having the feature, as I still created plenty of arenas in this game, despite the fact that the stages were all the same. Another big update is the Road To WrestleMania mode. It's probably the biggest change I've ever seen in a Road To WrestleMania mode. I say this because instead of picking between different superstar paths to WrestleMania, it's all connected in one huge storyline, which is pretty neat, but also kinda disappointing if you were hoping for an improvement from SvR 2011s version of RtWM. Not to say this version is worse than SvR 2011s version of RtWM, as this games version can actually be very enjoyable. But, this version of RtWM is completely different from SvR 2011 in almost every way, so it can leave fans of the SvR 2011 version of RtWM a bit disappointed. But still, it's definitely a really good story mode and definitely worth playing through it in my book. One thing to note is that the roster in this game is pretty good. Not great, but pretty good. It has all of the current superstars at the time, as well as a few legends. But the roster in this game is a bit smaller than SvR 2011, and it lacks the variety that previous games roster had. Not to say the roster is any bad, as I was never too disappointed with it. But I wish there were just a little bit more. But when it comes to actual flaws, that's about it. Yukes and THQ nailed it with this game, and I had a lot of fun with it, and I'm sure a lot of WWE fans who haven't played it yet will as well, as this game introduces a new and awesome era of WWE games.


Pros: Better Visuals, Better Gameplay, Much better Creation Suite, Pretty good Road To WrestleMania mode.

Cons: Roster not as good as previous games

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