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All Articles: WWE Brawl
Everyone’s favorite WWE wrestlers will be taking their fighting prowess to the streets in next year’s WWE Brawl. The game was first revealed at a WWE corporate event back in April, but its full trailer wasn’t released on the Internet until today (and there’s still been no official announcement from THQ).
In development for the PS3, Wii and Xbox 360, WWE Brawl features cartoony renditions of WWE superstars as they use their wrestling super powers in “full destructible environments.” Beyond the beat ’em up nature of the game and a preliminary roster that features The Undertaker, The Miz, John Cena, Kelly Kelly, Triple H, Edge and Sheamus, there’s not much else to tell about WWE Brawl.
But the trailer above is fairly entertaining.