I see others, including my buddy Howie at Under Scoop Fire & the owner at my local comic book shop, going crazy-go-nuts talking rasslin’. It took me some time to write something about that goofy psuedosport. I present five tropes, with as little research on TV Tropes as humanly possible, that are fundamental to American professional wrestling. They’re listed in no particular order.
The THQ era of WWE-licensed games is at an end. The rumored successor is Take-Two (2K Games), and I’m looking forward to a new take on the WWE presentation. All gamers want problem-free gameplay so I’m not going to list every known glitch and bug. I also won’t complain about the commentary because sports* game commentary has been the weak link of the genre for years.
I’m an enthusiast about video games and not a game developer. I realize when compiling this that making suggestions is easier said than done. With that said, I hold the next WWE game makers to a high standard established by AKI way back in the N64 days. Continue reading “What the Next WWE Game Should Have”
HUSTLE: Cena cannot and SHOULD NOT disappoint against the best-known superstar he has ever faced. The man is pure hard work; he displays full dedication to being at the top off the WWE roster. Cena goes out of his way for the fans, especially the fans at the Make-a-Wish Foundation. His eye was on championship gold even when his best childhood prize was made of cardboard. When we look back at wrestling history, John Cena is the man defining this grand current era of grappling. Continue reading “John Cena Humiliates the Rock Once and For All at WrestleMania 28”
The Rock versus John Cena. The crowd is electrified with excitement at seeing The Rock whoops John Cena’s candy-ass in Miami: a Rock-Bottom followed by a People’s Elbow and then an STFU to finish him off (and give him some advice). Dust stains the air around the ring…and when it clears? The Rock is standing victorious on the turnbuckle with one arm raised.