WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2008, Wii demonstration video

The game WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2008 by THQ/ Yukes for the Wii is looking great. Perhaps not graphically, but rather, gameplay-wise. While it has been said that the graphics look like something being played on the PS2, everyone here at QJ agrees that it DOES looks particularly fun to play… especially since you can actually perform your favorite wrestler’s taunts to annoy the guy you’re up against, both in real life AND your living room TV.

Anyway, the video we have here shows some folks from Yukes who demonstrating the proper way to play this game. From the get-go, the video is hilarious. It starts with these two guys who are trying to act like Triple H and John Cena, who are both from the WWE. Later on, the highlights of the video include the D-generation X taunt (performed by the guy with DX on his shirt) and Triple H climbing a corner of the ring  and then proceeding to giving Cena a beating.

Remember, this is a preliminary version of this Smackdown title for the Wii. We are looking forward to future videos of the game and its eventual release.

Via Gaming Age

The game WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2008 by THQ/ Yukes for the Wii is looking great. Perhaps not graphically, but rather, gameplay-wise. While it has been said that the graphics look like something being played on the PS2, everyone here at QJ agrees that it DOES looks particularly fun to play… especially since you can actually perform your favorite wrestler’s taunts to annoy the guy you’re up against, both in real life AND your living room TV.

Anyway, the video we have here shows some folks from Yukes who demonstrating the proper way to play this game. From the get-go, the video is hilarious. It starts with these two guys who are trying to act like Triple H and John Cena, who are both from the WWE. Later on, the highlights of the video include the D-generation X taunt (performed by the guy with DX on his shirt) and Triple H climbing a corner of the ring  and then proceeding to giving Cena a beating.

Remember, this is a preliminary version of this Smackdown title for the Wii. We are looking forward to future videos of the game and its eventual release.

Via Gaming Age

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