This isn’t a whole lot different to the PS2 version. There aren’t all that many game modes, so don’t expect tables, ladders, cage matches or battle royals (although they have been announced for the sequel - which is nice). The grappling system is both slick and easy to get your thumbs round, so pulling off counter attacks and reversals is both simple and hugely satisfying. Unfortunately, bog-standard manoeuvres like running, jumping or climbing the ropes can be a very hit and miss affair, making matches very frustrating at the best of times. Likewise, the Create-A-Wrestler isn’t bad, just flawed (a poor selection of outfits is one thing, but only one face?!? And a pretty darned ugly one at that). There’s a lot of potential here, but with control niggles, no commentary and a lacklustre single player, it’s not quite a must-have.