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Two New Games Launched – The Relationship Between WWE and THQ Grows Stronger

THQ and WWE have a long business relationship. Each year, the company is up with new wrestling games based on this biggest pro-wrestling promotion in the world. The gameplay and graphics become more advanced each year and the fans seem to be very happy with it. But THQ has decided to shake up their plans about their latest wrestling game. They want to let the fans have a completely new WWE gaming experience from this year and the mystery will be unveiled at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year. The publisher has planned two individual WWE based games this year, WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2011 and a brand new game called WWE All Stars. The first will release later this fall and the later is expected to be available from early 2011. The two games, as stated by the THQ officials, will be distinctly different from each other, both visually and gameplay wise. Let’s have a look at the synopsis of these two games here.

WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2011

THQ guaranteed that the visual effect of the latest version of SVR 2011 will be completely different. Thanks to the new physics system; from now on each table you crash through, each chair shot you take and every ladder you leap from; it will look like more true to life. How the wrestlers will use them is up to them. They may bash them on the opponent or use them for more complex architectural violence. For example, they may lean one ladder against another to use it as a launching ramp or stack a table on top of another. So when the body crashes through it, it looks cool. Developers are planning to apply this new physics to the cars as well. Things seem to be a lot more exciting.

WWE All Stars

If you look for an over-the-top game, WWE All Stars is what will suit you most. This brand new wrestling promotion is being developed by THQ San Diego and veteran game designer Sal DiVita is the brain behind this project. He is leading the WWE All Stars Creative Team. The same team has also worked for 2008’s TNA Impact game. The control of this game is different and reportedly much more interesting than SVR. As a result, the game play experience will be much more vivid and interesting for the players. The combos are simply awesome. The game seems to be a compelling mixture of old and new talents of WWE superstars. So hold your breath as much more will be revealed this about WWE All Stars in 2011. Until then, stay tuned!



Source by Jayden Bentham

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