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Play WWE All-Stars Facebook game, get free DLC character


1:00 AM on 03.13.2011
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THQ has launched its "WWE All-Star Interactive Fantasy Warfare Facebook" app this week. Try saying that five times fast.

The application let's you pit the WWE's biggest superstars of today against the giants of yesteryear. It's narrated by Randy "Macho Man" Savage, which may make the app worthwhile on its own. The app itself isn't all that much fun, basically a series of quicktime events that has you choosing a move before your opponent. Yay?

You do, of course get to see WWE All-Stars in action the whole time, which is actually looking pretty great. Best of all, if enough people "Share" the application on Facebook, THQ will offer up a free "mystery" downloadable wrestler for the game when it launches. THQ will only say "believe us, this guy is worth the effort." But then again, they have to say that.

WWE All-Stars the actual game is out March 29, and promises to be a lot more fun than this Facebook app. But you should check out the app anyhow, because free DLC character is free. And I want that.






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