We've all had those "Who would win in a fight?" questions. With WWE All-Stars, you can lay those questions to rest. John Cena, Hulk Hogan, and more of the wrestlers you've come to know and love throughout the years finally collide, and boy do they bring it! The matches are oversaturated with high flying, gravity-defying jumps, slams, throws, and swings. Each Wrestler comes with their own moves, so no two are the same. While The Big Show and Andre The Giant may look alike, their movs are diffrent. They hit hard and are slow moving, but they have enough differences to be told apart. This game is fun, flashy, and feels like a fun experience overall. There are different match modes to choose from, and you even get to create your own Wrestler to battle the Legends and Superstars in the game. As with every game, this one has it's drawbacks. There are no Female Wrestlers, (That is a shame.) And the match modes are limited. Also, the Story mode is unoriginal, as in having your Wrestler fight the others in order to become champion. (Like we haven't seen THAT before..) But because this wasn't meant to be a serious, core player game, that is excusable. This is meant for everyone, from you to your Grandma. This game does what it was created for, bring fans of WWE from both sides of the spectrum together for a night (Or Day) full of high flying, hard hitting action.