Wwe Psp Cheats 2010
This page contains a list of cheats, codes, Easter eggs, tips, and other secrets for WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 for PlayStation Portable. If you've discovered a cheat you'd like to add to the page, or have a correction, please click EDIT and add it.
Wwe Psp Cheats 2010
2010 Hall of Fame Nominee (100) - Induct a Superstar into the HALL OF FAME.A Grappling Machine (20) - In one match, perform all 16 STRONG GRAPPLE moves on your opponent (single player only).A Showman Like No Other (50) - Have a total of 20 or more 5-star rated matches in your overall match history.Ahead of the Pack (50) - Win as tentative Champion from start to end in CHAMPIONSHIP SCRAMBLE. (single player only)An Original Design (15) - Create an original image using the PAINT TOOL.And STILL Champion... (100) - Defend a Title in a Championship Scramble match on Legend difficulty (single player only).Ask Him Ref! (20) - Win 10 matches by submission (single player only).Brand Warfare Story (20) - Complete the BRAND WARFARE story in ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA mode.Career Growth (50) - Increase the overall rating of a CREATED SUPERSTAR character to a 90 or above.Check Out the New Threads (15) - Create ALTERNATE ATTIRE for a CREATED SUPERSTAR and new THREADS for a WWE SUPERSTAR.Created Superstar Story (20) - Complete the CREATE A SUPERSTAR story in ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA mode.Developmental Graduate (50) - Complete the TRAINING CHECKLIST.Edge Story (20) - Complete the EDGE story in ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA mode.Face on the Big Screen (15) - Convert a HIGHLIGHT REEL into an entrance movie.Finisher of the Year Candidate (20) - Create a dive finisher, in Create A Finisher mode, and use it in a match (single player only).HBK Story (20) - Complete the HBK story in ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA mode.Intermediate Technician (20) - Succeed at a cumulative total of 50 reversals (single player only).Mickie James Story (20) - Complete the MICKIE JAMES story in ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA mode.New Superstar Initiative (15) - Create a SUPERSTAR in CREATE A SUPERSTAR Mode.Nothing More to Collect (100) - Unlock all the playable characters and bonus items.Orton Story (20) - Complete the ORTON story in ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA mode.Royal Rumble Specialist (100) - Win a 30-Man ROYAL RUMBLE as the first entrant without changing Superstars (single player only).Shoulders to the Mat (20) - Win 50 matches by pinfall (single player only).Story Designer (20) - Create an original story using WWE STORY DESIGNER Mode.Technical Wizardry (100) - Succeed at a cumulative total of 100 reversals (single player only).
The SmackDown! franchise is making one last run with its latest announced title, SmackDown! vs. Raw 2010. Following SmackDown! vs RAW 2009, the producers are this time hyping quite prominently throughout commercials and trailers that this installment will be geared towards customization to a higher degree. Set for release on October 30th 2009, the tag line for the installment is: "It's your world now". This relates to the much more in-depth creation options including an overhaul on Create-A-Superstar and the ability to edit current WWE Superstars.
The game is set to host over 60 WWE Superstars and 50 slots for Created Wrestlers. This years big features include an online Royal Rumble match, a WWE Story Designer and Edit a WWE Superstar. Road to WrestleMania returns with new storylines including a Diva and a Created Wrestler path, and also the Career Mode returns to Smackdown vs. Raw 2010 with evan more abilities to earn.
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 (sometimes subtitled with featuring ECW) is a professional wrestling video game developed by Yuke's and published by THQ for PlayStation 2 (PS2), PlayStation 3 (PS3), PlayStation Portable (PSP), Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, and iOS. It was released on October 20, 2009 in North America, October 22, 2009 in Australia and October 23, 2009 in Europe. TOSE oversaw the development for the Nintendo DS version, which was the last installment to be released for the handheld. 2010 was also the first installment to be released as an iPhone app, launching on App Store on December 23, 2009.
SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 is the eleventh overall installment in the video game series based on the professional wrestling promotion World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), the successor to 2008's SmackDown vs. Raw 2009, and the sixth game under the SmackDown vs. Raw name; named after the promotion's SmackDown and Raw brands. It was also the third and final game to feature the promotion's ECW brand before its dissolution on February 16, 2010.
SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 features new additions to match gameplay. A new feature that has been added is the "THQ Training Facility", a tutorial option. The player is able to choose a superstar, their non-player character opponent (or they may choose to play with another player), the match type, and the game or match settings. During the match, various pop-ups will appear with different instructions on how to perform actions, such as the grapples or maneuvers available to be performed. There are over 100 training tips available to the player.
The DS version introduces the Ambulance match for the first time. . Gameplay can now be seen from an elevated camera, in addition, the maneuvers are now also controlled by using the device's buttons instead of touch screen. 2010 features an increase in speed, unlike past games.
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 features 67 in-game superstars and divas on each console, with the debuts of 13 new superstars to the series. The Nintendo DS version features 30 superstars, and the Mobile version features 11 superstars. The majority of the roster was revealed on September 16 during a live webcast hosted by GameSpot, featuring The Miz, Eve Torres and Howard Finkel as guests. The roster in the 2010 edition is split into six classifications: Raw, SmackDown, ECW, WCW, legends, and free agents. Like the previous game, players can choose to change the character's classification in a roster editor called Superstar Management.
For the first time in the series, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 implements the Havok game engine. The software was used in the game to improve collision detection. In a podcast with IGN, THQ game designer Bryan Williams said Havok was slowly implemented into the series with this year's game only focusing on small areas such as collisions between wrestlers and the ring ropes as well as collisions between themselves, with later installments incorporating Havok more. Consideration for the use of Havok in the series was previously announced by THQ in March 2009 during Havok's presentation at the 2009 Game Developers Conference in Austin, Texas.
The game's soundtrack features eight licensed songs from Adelitas Way, Lions, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Parlor Mob, Sick Puppies, Skillet and Trivium. Several songs have been used by WWE as theme songs for their PPVs ("You're Going Down" for Extreme Rules, "Still Unbroken" for Breaking Point, "Monster" for Hell in a Cell (2009), and "Hero" for the 2010 Royal Rumble) and shows ("Invincible", which was the theme song to WWE Superstars).
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 was met with mostly positive reception from numerous video game publications. The majority of positive reviews were for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions. GamesMaster magazine rated the Xbox 360 version with 90%, giving it the publication's GamesMaster Gold Award, calling it a "true return to form for the evergreen series". Oliver Hurley from the PlayStation Official Magazine rated the PS3 version an 8 out of 10, mentioning that while gameplay was "much the same as ever" and that it lacked the "punching power" seen in UFC 2009 Undisputed (also produced by THQ and Yuke's), the game's create modes "makes this the deepest, most playable WWE game yet." IGN reviewer Greg Miller rated both the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions an 8.5 out of 10, mentioning that while the game "still stumbles" in areas and that it "might not be the greatest wrestling game of all time", the improvement in gameplay, presentation and create modes makes this wrestling game "the best the world's seen in years." Both 1UP.com and VideoGamer.com declared WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 the best game in the series to date, with the former calling it "ultimate wrestling gamer's sandbox".
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010DeveloperYuke'sTOSE (Nintendo DS)PublisherTHQSeriesSmackDown vs. RawDate released2009GenreProfessional wrestling, FightingRatingsHome consolesBBFC: 15ESRB: TOFLC: MPEGI: 16+USK: 16Nintendo DSESRB: TOFLC: PGPEGI: 16+USK: 12PlatformsPlayStation 2PlayStation 3PlayStation PortableWiiNintendo DSXbox 360WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 (also shortened to WWE SvR 2010), is a professional wrestling video game developed by Yuke's, and published by THQ for the PlayStation 2 (PS2), PlayStation 3 (PS3), PlayStation Portable (PSP), Wii, Nintendo DS, and Xbox 360 systems. It is the eleventh video game in the WWE SmackDown vs. Raw (later renamed to simply WWE) series, and is the sequel to its predecessor WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009, and was succeeded by WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011. It was released on October 20, 2009 in North America, October 22, 2009 in Australia and October 23, 2009 in Europe. TOSE oversaw the development for the Nintendo DS version, which was the final game of the series to be released for the handheld.
The game is based on the professional wrestling promotion World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), and is named after the promotion's two brands: SmackDown and Raw. It also features the promotion's former third brand ECW. It is also the last game to feature ECW in its title. Similar to previous games in the series, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 involves players competing in various professional wrestling matches, either as one of the in-game characters based on WWE's roster or as a character created in the Create-a-Superstar mode. WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 adds several new features with the main theme based around customization, such as a Story Designer allowing players to create their own playable WWE storylines, an expansion on the Create-a-Finisher mode to include aerial techniques and for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions, the customization of attire colors in a mode called Superstar Threads, a revamped Create-a-Superstar mode and a Paint Tool for creating logos to use on their created characters. 041b061a72