So judging from the response we got the last time we posted something SmackDown vs Raw 2010 related, you guys are really excited about this title. This time around we give you a few more details on all the creation capabilities that you will have in this year’s game. Check it out.
Create a Superstar
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 has taken character creation to a whole new level, allowing players to create more realistic and more detailed created Superstars than ever before. The mode has received a significant graphic overhaul and loads of new parts have been added, in addition to an enhanced interface and new options that allow players to add the kind of depth to their created Superstars that they’ve only dreamed of in the past.
Select between 128×128 or 256×256 pixel canvas sizes to design unique logos and tattoos using the revolutionary paint tool. Use the pen, shape, line, rotate, reverse, fill tool and more to create custom designs to take created Superstars to the next level of authenticity. Then, head into Create a Superstar mode and move, rotate, adjust the size and apply the creation!
Last year, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009 introduced the ability to create custom finishers, and that innovation continues to evolve as WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 takes that to the next level, literally. For the first time ever, players now have the ability to create their own diving finishers from the top turnbuckle! Players can string together favorite combinations of taunts, dives, take-offs, descents and finishes to create a senton bomb, flying cross body block or hurricanrana. The possibilities are nearly endless!
Not only does WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 allow for unprecedented control over the look of created Superstars, this year also marks the first time in the franchise’s history that players have the power to create their own entrance movies for their Superstars. Players can simply save favorite highlights, then edit them together and add screen effects, sound effects and graphics to put the finishing touches on their created character’s ring entrance.
Thanks to this exciting new feature, players won’t be limited to simply customizing created Superstars in WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010. Now, for the first time, they will have the power to modify the color schemes of their favorite WWE Superstars’ ring gear, too. Think Undertaker ought to wear nothing but hot pink or that Mickie James looks better in blue than red? Now, thanks to Superstar Threads, that’s the player’s call to make.