"WWE All-Stars" is the most fun wrestling game I've played since "No Mercy."
Last week, I spent over an hour playing an early demo of the game at THQ's preview event in New York, and when my time was finally over, all I could do is try and think of a way where I could pocket the disc without anybody noticing.
That's right, the game is commit-a-felony good.
Here are five reasons why I think "WWE All-Stars" is going to be a serious contender for Fighting Game of the Year.
1. The Roster: Oh yeah! The tower of power, too sweet to be sour, funky like a monkey, sky is the limit ... complete mental insanity! That's right, "Macho Man" Randy Savage makes his long awaited return to WWE video games in "All-Stars," complete with "Macho King" alternative attire. Savage drops his patented elbow from the top rope, and from what I played, was the most fun all-around character available in the demo thanks to his combination of acrobatics and hard-hitting attacks (not to mention the ability to get under your opponent's skin by constantly yelling in Macho Man's raspy voice and telling them to "be a man").