WWE Smackdown! Here Comes the Pain

WWE Smackdown! Here Comes the Pain

released on Oct 27, 2003
by Yuke's

,

THQ

WWE Smackdown! Here Comes the Pain

released on Oct 27, 2003
by Yuke's

,

THQ

WATCH YOUR BACK

Relive the drama like never before in SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain. Create, play and develop your own Superstar through storylines developed exclusively by WWE writers. Track your progress with seasonal stats, earn money to build up Superstar abilities and unlock hidden elements. Featuring enhanced gameplay, new match types and better production values. The most electrifying brand in sports entertainment will ignite the Playstation 2 this holiday season.

SEASON MODE
Featuring comprehensive statistics, dynamic storylines and Superstar attribute building

LEGENDS
Sgt. Slaughter, The Million-Dollar Man, Jimmy Snuka and more

ENHANCED GRAPPLING SYSTEM

MATCH TYPES
New match types including Bra-&-Panty and the Elimination Chamber


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As a kid, I used to play this game all day. Its mechanics were perfect, pure fun, and a must when you just want to play something that will always entertain you.

For a game so old, oh boy does it have it all... Played it on season mode and the gameplay sets it apart even from the current counterparts, I would love to have played this back in the time for sure.
The feel for each character is so rich, my favorite thing is doing botched Shooting Star Presses with Lesnar! The match flow, the move variety, I can say for sure this is one of the best wrestling games I have ever played!

Timeless.
Best wrestling game ever made? If not number 1, it's definitely in the conversation. From the quick, slick, enjoyable gameplay that somehow doesn't get old, to the fleshed out and ever so accurate and fun season mode, this game nails the atmosphere of wrestling and does so in a big way.
This was my first time playing it since I was a young kid, and I had as much fun now as I did back then. I don't know how they pulled it off, but it really is a TIMELESS game.
One for the ages. One I'll never forget .
And that's the bottom line...

Greatest arcade WWE classic on the PS2 era

The no. of game modes offer i don't think any wwe game has offered you will all the OG wrestlers you will enjoy a lot in every single move