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Past legends grapple with modern superstars in this arcade-style take on professional wrestling. WWE All Stars features a lineup that includes Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, The Rock, John Cena, Bret Hart, The Big Show, Rey Mysterio, Steve Austin, Ricky Steamboat, Sheamus, Triple H, Kofi Kingston, Randy Orton, Ultimate Warrior, Macho Man Randy Savage, and more. Wrestlers in the game are more stylized than realistic, with the developers opting for exaggerated physiques and over-the-top moves. Characters are also assigned a class based on their styles inside the ring. <br><br>Featured classes include brawler, acrobat, grappler, and "big man." Class type influences a wrestler's attributes, such as speed and power, which in turn affects the types of moves available to players. Attacking and taunting your rival will gradually fill your wrestler's energy meter, earning you one of three stars each time it's maxed out. Stars can then be used to power wrestler-specific "extreme" signature moves that will both daze and dazzle the competition. Another departure from traditional wrestling titles is that each grappler in WWE All Stars has a health bar. Similar to a one-on-one fighting game, your goal is to deplete your opponent's health before finishing him off in dramatic fashion.
WWE All Stars (Nintendo Wii, 2011)
$59.98 - $62.99