Considering how nearly every attitude main event featured at least one excursion into the crowd it really feels like it should have come back. Same with a backstage that links to the arena.
I dunno if it was due to Austin being a better brawler than technician or if it was just to involve fans more but trying to have an AE match in just the ring feels almost dirty to me. --- "Vampire Penguins...Zombie Guinea Pigs...We're done for!" Some British Dude's Random Sleep Talk
#2MoonbathingPosted 6/24/2012 6:27:20 AM
I agree. Crowd fighting just seems very appropriate for a game designed around the Attitude era. --- It's like they don't even teach English in school any more.
#3Sephiroth311Posted 6/24/2012 10:05:54 AM
They should have never taken out the interactable side area from 2008 either. --- Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast!
#4pirajacintoPosted 6/24/2012 4:30:54 PM
^I think that was 2007, but anyways I agree. At least do it like Legends of Wrestlemania, where they REALLY nailed crowd fighting. --- It was great seeing Aerith run around Times Square and Pedigree opponents in the train station. - Strife2 If love can hurt, then surely hate can save. - Altena
#5RedSomaRangerPosted 6/24/2012 5:48:57 PM
^I think that was 2007, but anyways I agree. At least do it like Legends of Wrestlemania, where they REALLY nailed crowd fighting.
It was 2008 and 2007. I liked the idea but I thought there wasn't enough to do in that area. I'd love this game to finally bring back backstage fighting. --- "lol competitive smash. It's like having a professional tricycle league." - UGA180