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  • Smackdown vs Raw 2009 featuring ECW on the Wii in my opinion was the ultimate step up from Smackdown vs Raw 2008
  • The list goes on and on from the ladder match, the steel chair match, a tables match, and my favorite the elimination chamber
  • The Triple H one is amazing especially with the branching either turning on you friend to eventually win gold, or standing by your friend also eventually leading to the gold

    • by Tusar Siddique
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      Smackdown vs Raw 2009 featuring ECW on the Wii in my opinion was the ultimate step up from Smackdown vs Raw 2008. There were many new and in my opinion awesome features added on to the game. These features just really brought the WWE games in the Wii to rival the games in the Xbox 360 and both the PlayStation 2 and Playstation 3. Even though the graphics do not really match up, the game moods and features do. For example some of the features include All the new match types never seen on the Wii system before, and also an all new roster filled with the ultimate WWE superstars today and

      back in the past. That is what truly makes a game great. You can make icons from completely different times periods wrestle. Overall the new match types on the game plus the all new roster give you the ultimate fighting game of 2009.

      There are various new match type on Smackdown vs Raw 2009 featuring ECW, way more that there was on Smackdown vs Raw 2008 also featuring ECW. For example you can play in the steel cage, where you either escape the cage or pin the guy in the ring. There is the first in blood match, where you beat your opponent until he bleeds. Also the thirty man royal rumble, where at every thirty seconds a new guy comes in until all thirty are out, and to win you have to be the last one standing while all the other twenty nine superstars have gone over the top row. The list goes on and on from the ladder match, the steel chair match, a tables match, and my favorite the elimination chamber.

      There is also a story mode on there where you can play as Triple H trying to get his wrestlemania moment, and there are other point of views you can play. The Triple H one is amazing especially with the branching either turning on you friend to eventually win gold, or standing ...


      • Smackdown vs Raw 2009 for Nintendo Wii
      by your friend also eventually leading to the gold.

      The roster has really stepped from the previous version of the game. I mean here you have guys like John Cena,Triple H, Randy Orton, Shawn Michaels, and Cody Rhodes with Ted Dibiase. You also get to play for championships with these guys. Unlike before you could not play for championships, but here you can. That really just adds to the whole value of the game.

      Overall in Smackdown vs Raw 2009 featuring ECW, really adds features unannounced in the earlier year for the Nintendo Wii, Smackdown vs Raw 2008 also featuring ECW. Although you have some of the old roster here, you also have many

      new people in the game so you can play as current WWE superstars and divas, but also as divas and superstars from the past. You just really get to pit the face of the WWE from before like Stone Cold Steve Austin to the face of the WWE now John Cena. That is a match for the ages. You also get to play fro certain titles with various simulations such as the ladder match, where you climb up the ladder to get the title belt down. You can play in other games such as the royal rumble match and the steel cage match. Overall the game is way better than the year before.




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