THQ needs some help deciding who to put on the cover of its WWE 12 Collector's Edition, and it wants you to decide.
The choices are down to The Rock and John Cena, the two wrestlers scheduled to compete at the main event of WrestleMania XXVIII next year. If you want to cast your vote, head over to Facebook to get your voice heard.
So what's in the Collector's Edition? Oh, nobody knows. Well, THQ does, but it's not telling us. It say details of the contents (as well as its cover wrestler) will be revealed in September. Details on the game's roster were just revealed to coincide with SummerSlam.
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