Though it's not hard to tell if a game featuring WWE wrestlers in car combat would be good or not, I'll give you a hint. It's not. Hmmm....I guess the cars look nice, that's about all I can say to its advantage. The arenas are too small and packed in, the game is extremely glitchy, and it is a feeble attempt at being comedic in some of the videos. You would never think of this in a car combat game, but weapons are scarce in Crush Hour. This game is just too bad for me to continue, and WWE, stick to wrestling.
The gameplay is similar to Twisted Metal, with elements specific to each pay-per-view being deriven from their television counterparts (Survivor Series is a tag-team environment while Royal Rumble is an elimination affai... Read Full Review
There are 32 of what the back of the box dubs, “SuperCars” available. Only 23 are available when you pop in Crush Hour for the first time, the other nine need to be unlocked in season play. While the developers did a gre... Read Full Review