Sunday, November 1, 2009

Kick-Out!! invades Smackdown vs. Raw 2010

If you have Smackdown vs. Raw 2010 for the Xbox 360, you can find out what WWE would be like if I ran the show in my first-ever created story Tag Team Specialists.

Inspired by the rumor that WWE was going to place a new emphasis on the tag team division, I created a story centered around Chris Jericho & Big Show taking over WWE. The story's long, beginning with the night after Bragging Rights and ending at WrestleMania 26, so it's probably not something you'll want to play in one sitting. But during any match, you can pause the game, quit and it'll automatically save your progress. When you return, you'll be back at the start of the match you just left.

If you want to download the story, you can find it on the Community Creations section of the game by searching for the following keywords:

kickout (all one word, no hyphen)
tag teams

Also, I apologize if any parts of the script seems screwy, I had to do a lot of editing when I uploaded it because of THQ's absurd content filter. I don't know how the words "epitome" or "hypocrisy" are deemed inappropriate, but since it filters out the word "TITLE" in an freakin' wrestling game, nothing surprises me. Ridiculous censoring aside, I hope you'll download the story and enjoy it. Feel free to leave me your feedback if you play it, and let me know if you have any uploaded stories of your own. Thanks for indulging my geekdom.


  1. Knowing you, this will be great. I'll download it next time I'm on SvR.

    I'm in the process of making a story involving one of your favourite ideas - Kofi Kingston + Royal Rumble.

  2. Let me know when that's available because I'll definitely play it.

  3. I can't wait to get Smackdown vs. Raw for Christmas. I might do a storyline where Tony Chimmel is in the main event of Wrestlemania.

  4. Want this game. How many extra cables will I need to play an XBox 360/PS3 on a standard CRT or digital TV (not HD)? Is it even worth it at that point?

  5. The 360 comes with (at least it did when I bought it) everything you need to play on a standard or HD TV.

  6. Same with the PS3. You actually need to buy extra cables for HD capability, which is weird considering it's Blu-Ray Player is a bigger draw than the game library.

  7. I might have to recreate some of my epic Fire Pro storylines when I actually get this for the PS2 (with the lack of restrictions on times created wrestlers can show up, I can go to town with some of them).