Since there is no official Destructoid review of WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 up yet, I’m going to sneak right in there and drop this unofficial review in to whet the appetites of the probably three wrestling fans in the Dtoid community! LET’S DO THIS THING.
I became a wrestling fan fairly late in the game, as far as my age group goes. I first saw the WWE (WWF at the time) with WrestleMania XIV. At the age of 11, my immediate instinct was “GAY,” but within minutes I was hooked on the drama and excitement. While I stayed faithful during the Attitude Era of the late 90s and early 2000s, my interest waned in the middle of the decade, only to skyrocket back up around late 2006. Now a full-fledged adult wrestling fan (I even host my own wrestling podcast!) in a day where wrestling is rated TV-PG and has lost the blood, sex, and profanity that made it so popular with me in the first place, I have in my hands WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011.
Wrestling games were a mixed bag back in the day, but ever since THQ decided to go the yearly installment route that made legitimate s