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If you’re like me and watch a lot of WWE programming then you’ll no doubt have sat through the barrage of WWE ’13 advertising on each show. If you’re just a wrestling game enthusiast then I’m sure you’ve read a lot about this game online. There has been a lot of buzz surrounding the game, the new attitude era mode; the era the game is centralised on, the new Paul Heyman influenced story-lines and the expanded creation options.
I’ll admit I was a sucker for the hype, I love character creation stuff and WWE games have always been great for that. I wasn’t 100% sold on the idea of the attitude era mode at first but it would surely be better than the stale Road To Wrestlemania mode. So when my copy finally arrived I was eager to create, re-live and enjoy the WWE universe.
Having now played the game for several evening in a row, I can only say that I’m somewhat disappointed; I think. I’m very conflicted. The game is great in some areas but frustrating in others. Continue reading