The price for this one seems to drop to the £10 mark from time to time, and right now it’s the Xbox 360 owners that have the chance to save a few pounds thanks to The Hut and Zavvi.
As for the game itself, you will see some of wrestling’s greatest characters battle against the superstars of today in a caricature style with appropriately overblown action. The ease to pick up and play makes it a worthwhile purchase, although multiplayer is only at its best when only two people are in the squared circle (things get a little messy with more wrestlers in the mix.) Thanks to leeds_united_afc @ HUKD!
All Stars was just what the WWE franchise needed really - something to break up the interminable wait for a mainstream WWE title that'll do something different for the first time in years. As it was All Stars was quite a lot of fun, even on the 3DS. SendIt have the portable game for just over a tenner (when you include postage), beating out the nearest competition by £4 or so. Nice one gooner.
Personally, I didn't like WWE All Stars because my days of enjoying wrestling are far behind me, it lacks realism, and I found the controls were a right pain! However, if you're a wrestling fan you'll probably want to check this one out and there are over 30 wrestling legends for you to take into the ring. Play are parting with Xbox 360 copies of the game for £9.99, which'll make you a saving of over £4.50 on the next best offers out there. Thanks to KongDonkey @ HUKD.
This one's not particularly brilliant, but if you're a wrestling fan then you might want to give it a go, just don't expect a realistic fighting experience that's what UFC Undisputed 2010's for! There are over 30 wrestlers to choose from, including one or two legends, and you can drift in and out as you please. You can pick up a Wii copy of the game from Play for £10.99, which'll make you a saving of almost £2 on the next best offers coming in from The Hut and Zavvi.
If you're looking for a light hearted wrestling game that doesn't take itself too seriously then this one's for you, however if you're looking for a proper fighting game then you're better off going elsewhere. There are plenty of legendary wrestlers to take into the ring and challenging a friend can be fairly enjoyable, but sadly the single player's a little lacking in substance. You can grab a PS3 copy of the game from Simply Games for £14.85, which'll make you a saving of almost £5 on the next best offer coming in from Cool Shop UK. Thanks to magicjay1986 @ HUKD.
WWE All Stars lets you take control of some of the best wrestlers who have ever entered the ring, and you'll be able to jump into things pretty much instantly. Like all fighting and wrestling games it's even more fun when you're playing with a friend, however the game starts having problems when more than two players are involved. You can get hold of a Wii copy of the game for £12.85 from Zavvi, which is just over £2 cheaper than the next best offer coming in from Sendit.