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Worlds collide in the first edition of the Smackdown vs Raw series

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Release Date:

2 November 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

WWE SmackDown! 6 See more »

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THQ, Yuke's Co. See more »
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First WWE video game to feature voices for characters in Season Mode. See more »


Followed by WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2011 (2010) See more »


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Performed by Swollen Members
Written by Mad Child (as Shane Bunting), Moka Only (as Daniel Denton), Prevail (as Kiley Hendricks),
Robin Hooper
Courtesy of Battle Axe Records
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Great game, but some huge flaws.
26 November 2004 | by goforthesilvergophersSee all my reviews

Smackdown vs Raw is definitely, hands down a great game. But how great? Let's see.

THE GOOD. Clean-dirty tactics. This really captures the flow of a match. Being a hardcore WWE fan, I love it when wrestling games are realistic.

Season. Not as long as the other games, but in my opinion that is a huge improvement. I was sick of long seasons. Also the story lines are fresh and original.

Create a PPV. Ahhhhh.... it's good that THQ finally put this back in. It's really detailed.

Entrances. The thing that most people look over. I personally think that these entrances are awesome and I love the fact that they even went as far as to make your manager walk out with you for your match.

Detail! I love the fact how every match has been improved on (for instance you can tell your manager to get a weapon, and you can argue with the ref).

THE OKAY. Royal rumble. The royal rumble is still really fun and great, but the meter is a little odd.

Challenges. I thought this was gonna be great, but the fact that some of the challenges are really tough and you don't get paid that much, just does not really make me excited. Still pretty cool though.

Create a wrestler. As usual, pretty much the same, just with more options.


The menu screens. The fact that divas are the menu screens is just stupid. Especially the fact that everyone thinks that I did that on purpose.

Hardcore matches. Multiple interactive backstage areas you will be missed.

So that's my review. Hopefully this will give you some thoughts on if you want to buy this game or not.

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