Ted DiBiase and son lead THQ grappler's roster additions; coming add-ons to include Big Boss Man, Chris Jericho, with an R. Truth free-for-all.
In April, the well-received WWE All Stars welcomed its first batch of add-on content in the form of the American Dreams Pack, which bundled WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes and his son, "Dashing" Cody Rhodes. Now, THQ is planning to grow the game further, today announcing new playable characters for the wrestling game.
Available today on Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network is the WWE All Stars Million Dollar Man Pack, which includes Ted DiBiase and his son, also named Ted DiBiase. The pack costs gamers 160 Microsoft points, or $1.99.
Next up is R-Truth, who will be available as a free download for WWE All Stars on Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network next Tuesday, July 5. Also due out on that date will be the All-Time Greats Pack (320 Microsoft points, or $4). The pack bundles famous fighters Hawk, Animal, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and Chris Jericho.
Lastly, gamers looking to go south of the Mason-Dixon Line can pick up the Southern Charisma Pack (240 Microsoft points, or $3) for WWE All Stars on August 2. The bundle packs in Big Boss Man, Michael Hayes, and Mark Henry.
For more on WWE All Stars, check out GameSpot's review.
i play the all-stars demo wait till i get the full game, now that SvR is now simply the WWE series for WWE '12. CM PUNK IS GOD!, the shoot rules!
I loved all stars but I hated how small the roster was on the game... Seriously I can only see one pack that I want and thats the animal pack the other three I could careless about... Sure I like Big boss man but I rather have bam bam Bigaloo... Mark Henry is a whatever I want yakozona..
Fun game, shame it didn't too well but for a 4 player match with your mates it's great fun and only half as complicated as SvR. Defo gonna get the Big Boss Man pack
Still needs Demolition, Earthquake, Yokozuna, Rick Rude, Duggan, British Bulldog, Iron Sheik, JYD, King Kong Buddy, Beefcake, John Stud, Flair...to name a few. The list goes on and on. They missed alot...
Kurt Angle hates WWE and is working with TNA now Brock Lesnar has a bittersweet relationship with them since they pushed him a lot and he decided to leave, WWE even sued him so he couldn't work with other companies for a while Batista left WWE because he didn't liked to work there anymore, and he didn't like the way the company was heading (PG)
This game is a lot of fun if you are a WWE fan. The DLC is priced good too. Basically $1 per character.
As a wrestling fan here is what I want just in case THQ reads user comments.I want a game like Legends of wrestlemania with tons of legends and modern rosters with the gameplay of Here comes the Pain or the early renditions of Smackdown Vs. Raw. Thats what I would call a perfect wrestling game.
@ saadred You must be new to wrestling? The Animal they are talking about is LOD aka Road Warriors. (Whaaaaaaat a Rushhhhhhh) Ps Batista is Overrated just like John Cena.
Is this game dirt cheap yet? If so i might buy it. after the garbage that was Legends of WrestleMania I will never pay the full 60.00 for games like this.
I thought I read Chris Benoit before I realised it was Chris Jericho... I wonder if it'd be bad taste?
Took way to long to release these.I was over this game after a few weeks.Don't get me wrong it was fun but not enough to do.Love Chris Jericho though... : / still doubt I'll get any of these now...
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