WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 uses its hugely successful series of television shows as a starting point, bringing the slick presentation of a TV studio into your home. Featuring all the major events of the World Wrestling Entertainment calendar, such as SummerSlam, Backlash and Wrestlemania, the wrestling rings are presented with a host of entertaining details, such as animated commentators and crowds. And with the fireworks and music that accompanies each wrestler's entrance, the flashy experience of a WWE bout is authentically captured.
If you're not so familiar with the world of wrestling, SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 eases you in with its Training Facility to teach moves and techniques, as well as familiarity with the roster of over 50 Superstars and Divas. Each fighter comes with an array of moves that mimics their real life counterpart, complete with a selection of colourful ring attire and personality to match, from the charismatic swagger of John Cena, to the spooky white-eyed intimidation of Undertaker.
These features come to life in the ring, as slick animation and dynamic camera angles make all your moves a dazzling spectacle. Fighters clutch injured body parts, visibly mark from slaps and punches and gasp for breath after a gruelling bout.
With all the official music, logos and style of live WWE, complete with storyline driven pre and post match interviews, full colour commentary, and even mock conferences with WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 is a wrestling feast for any fan.