Customize Everything in WWE'12 - destructoid

Customize Everything in WWE'12

11:30 AM on 09.21.2011

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor


Check it out. The latest video for THQ's upcoming wrestling title showcases an amazing amount of customization. It looks like you'll be able to tweak just about everything to your liking in WWE'12. And I mean everything. From the appearance of your character to his entrance, finishing moves and even the ring itself -- it's all under your control. 

Wrestling games sure look like they've come a long way since I last mashed away on an N64 controller in WWF WrestleMania 2000. I would have killed for features like this back in those days. I wonder how the Hardy Boyz are doing. Still whacking people over the head with chairs and flying across the ring, I hope.




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