WWE All-Stars Roster [UPDATED]

By Jonathan Barnes, 5 years ago
Update: THQ has also released a whole slew of screens for the upcoming WWE All-Stars title as well as a branding partnership with Mad Catz to introduce two special edition brawl-pad and brawl-stick controllers featuring The Rock and HHH All-Star inspired artwork.

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WWE All Stars Arcade BrawlStick – Xbox 360®

• Recreate the quality, gameplay and precision found in arcades
• Official artwork from WWE All Stars video game depicting a variety of WWE Legends and WWE Superstars
• Available in time for launch of WWE All Stars game
• Arcade-style joystick and 30mm quick connect action buttons
• Genuine 8-button arcade layout configured specifically for WWE All Stars
• Dual-speed Turbo functionality for each 30mm action button
• Controller lock/unlock switch prevents accidental button presses
• 3-way switch enables joystick to function as left or right analog stick or D-Pad for navigation
• MSRP: $79.99
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WWE All Stars BrawlPad – Xbox 360®

• Official artwork from WWE All Stars video game depicting a variety of WWE Legends and WWE Superstars
• Available in time for launch of WWE All Stars game
• Enlarged, circular 8-way floating D-Pad and a classic arcade-style six-button layout, allows simple execution of signature wrestling moves
• Separate turbo settings for each action button
• Rubber grips for improved handling
• 3-Way switch enables D-Pad to also function as left or right analog stick for easy navigation
• Integrated headset port for use with Xbox LIVE®
• MSRP: $39.99
Original story: THQ has recently released some info on their upcoming WWE All-Stars title. Noting it as a departure from the SmackDown vs. RAW brand, All-Stars will feature some serious over-the-top style. Much like a comparison between a racing simulator (in this case the SmackDown vs. RAW titles) and an arcade racer (All-Stars). Each wrestler's moves are hyper-exaggerated and eye-popping.

The complete roster has not been finalized yet, but is currently comprised of the following:

John Cena
The Rock
Andre the Giant
Bret Hart
Rey Mysterio
Triple H
John Morrison
"Macho Man" Randy Savage
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat
Big Show
Kofi Kingston
Sheamus
Ted Dibiase Jr (GameStop Exclusive)
The Million Dollar Man (GameStop Exclusive)

One name should immediately jump off that list from the top turnbuckle, smash you with an elbow, and then walk away with Miss Elizabeth... that's right, the "Macho Man" is back! After years of avoiding the WWE brand, Randy Savage is back in the ring. Even better, he was magnanimous enough to cut a promo for you to enjoy.



WWE All-Stars is currently set for a March 29th release.

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Credit for this story goes to Iceberg082006
Jonathan Barnes
Written by Jonathan Barnes
Jonathan has been a news/views contributor since 2010. When he's not writing reviews, features, and opinion pieces, he spends his days working as an informal science educator and his nights as an international man of mystery.