Payne Posted December 15, 2004 Share Posted December 15, 2004 I have been playing since it came out, after work and all. I just noticed that, on the whole, this game is rather dull. No offense, there just isn't a lot of substance to it. Not a lot of strategy, since everything runs on a percent chance. The majority is just a lot of clicking and hoping, "Maybe, I can hit this finisher. Maybe he won't block/avoid/break it for the 12th time. Maybe he won't pin me off of an elbow drop. Maybe, just maybe, I can hit enough super moves to actually get a B+ match before the opponent pins me easily." There just doesn't seem to be a lot there. Now, just so you don't think the only thing I am doing is whining, I actually have some suggestions, of sorts. In the match, which is the main chunk of the wrestling genre, why not have a psycology thing going on. For instance, let the game be more....whole. If you are facing someone, let there be an option of viewing them, so you know how to work their style. Generic American Middleweight #3 isn't really a lot of knowledge about your opponent. Don't get me wrong, this is a great game, for what it is. I guess what I am saying, is there isn't all that much to challenge the imagination, just a challenge to the click-finger. The only real thought I have found so far, is "Do I choose WLW or DaVE on Thursday nights?" Adam, you know I love ya, (in that manly, hetero-as-hell kind of way :D but, I think this game isn't as mentally challenging as TEW, and, after playing for a while, I think I may just click TEW as opposed to WreSpi. LMAO! Not like you care, you get paid either way! j/k Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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