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Mine would be:
Big Show: he's kinda fun, plus I like knocking jobbers out
John Cena: just for the hell of it
Sheamus: Dont really dislike him, but not one of my favs. His sigs/finishers in the game are fun to use
 

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N64, WWF Attitude, D'Lo Brown and Val Venis. Don't remember why I liked to play them, but I did, and I didn't give a wet fart about them in reality
 

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Goldberg takes the cake here (even in Caws) his wrestling game self is everything his real self isn't

Believable (in said platform)
Imposing
Powerful
Talented (has a great moveset)
oozing with charisma (his taunts, entrance, much better delivered than the real person)
and a spear that looks like it actually hurts.

Game Goldberg = Shreer Awesomeness
Real Goldberg = Meh.
 

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Playing as Cena in RvSD 11 is quite fun as his move range is pretty diverse but all quite powerful. He's definitely given a few moves I've never seen him use that much on TV. By the time I got round to playing the story mode as him after mastering the controls things were laughably easy and fun. I was just picking them apart.

Big Show is also pretty cool as he has Choke slam and Cobra Back Breaker as ordinary moves which is fun to watch.
 

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Damn videogames I usually made my own characters with the edit option (it took me like 1-2 hours to make one) Wrestlemania 2000 on the N64 I didn't have the game I was a kid and I just had money to rent them, and usually when other people returned the game to the store they made a bunch of vulgar edits on the roster lol,okay wrestlers I didn't like on WWF and I used?: it was The Blue Meanie (his intro music was catchy), The Big Show (he was imposing) and dunno why Val Venis.

And after that game I stopped playing wrestling game any time I have the chance the gameplay is meh to me, just wondering this is a bit off-topic but how was the gameplay on WWE12? with 13 coming and the Attitude era theme I'm interested.
 

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I like playing as Big Show because he can easily win but I don't like him on-screen. I also won the MITB trophy in SVR 2007 by using The Great Khali and it was as easy as it gets!

I like most of the others I play as, though. Oh, I also love playing as my Alberto del Rio CAW on SVR 2011 despite not giving a damn about his character in real life.
 

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And after that game I stopped playing wrestling game any time I have the chance the gameplay is meh to me, just wondering this is a bit off-topic but how was the gameplay on WWE12? with 13 coming and the Attitude era theme I'm interested.
IMO, the gameplay in WWE '12 absolutely sucked. If you were used to the control scheme that was introduced in SmackDown vs RAW 2008, WWE '12 makes you start all over again, and it isn't worth the time. The limb-target system is a total pain in the ass to remember and most of the time doesn't even work since you have to have someone locked in the middle of a grapple hold to use it (and they usually break out of it once you've decided on what you want to do), the AI is ridiculous and your opponents get up two seconds after you knock them down even after a finisher, and the Road to WrestleMania mode in the game is total shit. I tried Sheamus' storyline and became so bored within the first five minutes of it, I said "Fuck it!" and used the code to unlock everything in the game and hardly touched it since, and I bought The People's Edition the day the game was released on November 22, so needless to say, I was extremely disappointed with what I received.

With that being said, I love that the Attitude Era is the main theme of WWE '13, but after being suckered in by the atrocity that is WWE '12, I'm not interested at all.
 

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smackdown 2 with viscera, because he was huge and as i kid i thought id win because of that, also rvd on smackdown shut your mouth, dont really know why, maybe its cuz his moveset was cool
 

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IMO, the gameplay in WWE '12 absolutely sucked. If you were used to the control scheme that was introduced in SmackDown vs RAW 2008, WWE '12 makes you start all over again, and it isn't worth the time. The limb-target system is a total pain in the ass to remember and most of the time doesn't even work since you have to have someone locked in the middle of a grapple hold to use it (and they usually break out of it once you've decided on what you want to do), the AI is ridiculous and your opponents get up two seconds after you knock them down even after a finisher, and the Road to WrestleMania mode in the game is total shit. I tried Sheamus' storyline and became so bored within the first five minutes of it, I said "Fuck it!" and used the code to unlock everything in the game and hardly touched it since, and I bought The People's Edition the day the game was released on November 22, so needless to say, I was extremely disappointed with what I received.

With that being said, I love that the Attitude Era is the main theme of WWE '13, but after being suckered in by the atrocity that is WWE '12, I'm not interested at all.
Thanks dude this is a detailed feedback, but I didn't play SmackDown vs RAW 2008 in fact my last wrestling game I passed a considerable time was Wrestlemania 2000, I hope this time they give us a demo.

If I buy it, current wrestlers that I dislike and would use: Ziggler and Cesaro, I like their move sets.
 

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Thanks dude this is a detailed feedback, but I didn't play SmackDown vs RAW 2008 in fact my last wrestling game I passed a considerable time was Wrestlemania 2000, I hope this time they give us a demo.

If I buy it, current wrestlers that I dislike and would use: Ziggler and Cesaro, I like their move sets.
You're welcome for the feedback; I'm glad you liked it. :)
 

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Can't stand Sheamus on screen, but I enjoyed playing as him through out his WWE '13 Road to WrestleMania mode a lot. The United Kingdom was such a brilliant storyline and stable and the funny thing about it, it was better than most of the recent reality storylines in WWE. And although I'm not very fond of his ring work, I can't deny that he has a great finishing move, which I love to execute on my opponents for an easy win.
 
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