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Author: Leroux
Posted: August 28, 2010 (12:54 PM)
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Nice review. This game has one of the more interesting casts of superstars in my opinion, before rosters started to get bloated on the PSX and N64. I'm curious what Vader and Goldust's arenas look like if you remember.

A minor point: a prequel isn't a release before a game, but a release after a game that pre-dates the first in terms of timeline and story. So WrestleMania is a predecessor but not a prequel.

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Author: Louisutton
Posted: September 01, 2010 (04:07 PM)
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Thanks for the feedback! I agree RE the roster, the prospect of Shawn Michaels, Ultimate Warrior, HHH AND Goldust in one game was what made me buy this. Shame about the game itself though.

And just to say that Vader's 'house' was a truckyard I believe, and Goldust the lobby of a cinema.

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Author: erickdgamer
Posted: September 05, 2010 (02:06 PM)
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Im still watching this show until now. Nice review BTW...

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