- WWE SmackDown Vs. Raw! 2009
- Sub Genre:
- Release Date (US):
- November 9th, 2008
- Release Date (UK):
- November 7th, 2007
- Online Players:
- T [Teen]
- PSU Rank:
- 216 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 187 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Also available on Xbox 360, PS2, PSP, DS, and Wii
About WWE SmackDown Vs. Raw! 2009
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009 upholds the franchise’s commitment to delivering the definitive videogame simulation of live WWE programming. The Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 system, PlayStation 2 system and PSP system versions of the game will unleash a brand new tag team experience, allowing players to build momentum and attributes, eliminate opponents with high impact double teams and finishers, as well as get the “hot tag” for the win. The franchise’s renowned creation system offers a brand new Create-A-Finisher option, while a new Road to WrestleMania Mode paves the way to WWE’s biggest event of the year and lets players experience co-op storylines for the first time. WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009 also extends the virtual WWE gameplay experience with robust online capabilities, including the highly anticipated debut of downloadable content.
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WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw! 2009 is as good as it gets for grapple fans.
- 'Road to Wrestlemania' is a great addition
- Customizable experience
- 70 match types
- Controls still don't feel intuitive
- Poor audio
WWE Smackdown vs. RAW’s inaugural offering of spandex-wearing grappling action celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and impressively, despite a recent attempt by TNA Impact! to muscle in on its patch, remains unchallenged, satisfyingly reaping in the cash benefits of being the undisputed world champion of the pro wrestling genre, a title that it’s held ever since the days of WWF SmackDown! Without any real ...
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