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WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007 (2006)

SmackDown vs. RAW 2007 introduces new features including an analog control system, interactive hotspots, and fighting within the arena crowd. The game also included several improvements on the previous game's existing match types and modes.

Directors:

Keith Arem, David Merritt II (as David M. Merritt II)

Writer:

Bryan Stratton (script writer)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Amy Dumas ... Lita (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle (voice)
Dave Bautista ... Batista (voice)
Chris Benoit ... Chris Benoit (voice)
Andre Boyer ... Teddy Long / Additional Voices
Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker (voice)
David Cash ... Kid Kash (voice)
Tony Chimel ... Tony Chimel - Ring Announcer (voice)
Jonathan Coachman ... Jonathan Coachman (voice)
Carlos Colón Jr. ... Carlito (voice)
Adam Copeland ... Edge (voice)
Michael Coulthard ... Michael Cole (voice)
Shawn Daivari ... Daivari (voice)
Ric Flair ... Ric Flair (voice)
Mick Foley ... Himself / Cactus Jack / Dude Love / Mankind (voice)
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Storyline

SmackDown vs. RAW 2007 introduces new features including an analog control system, interactive hotspots, and fighting within the arena crowd. The game also included several improvements on the previous game's existing match types and modes.

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Sport

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Details

Country:

USA | Japan

Language:

English

Release Date:

2006 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

THQ, Yuke's Co. See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color
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Trivia

This is the second game to feature the ability to brawl in the crowd the first being SmackDown Just Bring It. See more »

Goofs

If you choose to be DX in a tag team match and pick Triple H first in the lineup, you will hear only his name as he makes his way to the ring. This also happens if you choose Shawn Michaels to go first in the lineup. See more »

Quotes

Jim Ross: Hey, we've seen a lot of bad dudes here on Raw, King. But Vito may be be the baddest I've ever seen.
Jerry Lawler: Boy you're not kidding, JR. Seeing Vito in action makes me glad that he's a Smackdown superstar.
Jim Ross: And nothing against the Raw roster, King. But I hope they've come here for a fight. Because that seems to be what Vito has on his mind.
Jerry Lawler: That's the only thing Vito ever has on his mind, JR. He graduated with Honours in the School of Hard Knocks.
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Connections

Follows WWF SmackDown! Just Bring It (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Lonely Train
Written by Richard Young, John Young, Chris Robertson, Jon Lawhon and Ben Wells
Performed by Black Stone Cherry
Used by permission of Roadrunner Records, Inc.
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Smackdowned
6 January 2007 | by Rollcage13See all my reviews

I've played the Smackdown games for several years and even played the ones for PS1. This "new" installment still barely scratches the surface of what many people had in mind. You'll notice the difference when you start a new game and it's not a good one. THQ has once again tried (and failed) to cover it's tracks from the previous games and changed the controller scheme. Not a bad idea, but should of been thought up years ago as you will try desperately to figure out how to do the moves you want. Even pinning your downed opponent can be a chore if you don't hit the analog right. While the game boasts excellent graphics and sound, the create-a-player seems to be more and more taken away. When you use the character creation, you are now bombarded with a list of restrictions and lack of overall creativity. The Create-a-Entrance is a nice addition, but still cannot cover up the fact that the guy walking down to the ring looks nothing like how you want him to look. And the one pet peeve that I have about this game's create-a-player is that no matter who you make, your stuck with limited attribute points and I mean limited. In Season mode, your better off playing with Triple H or Kurt Angle, because your season starts with either trying to beat the Big Show or The Undertaker, so you can forget using your created player now that almost every move you "try" to attempt will be countered thanks to the AI. I gave this a 6 overall.


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