WWE 13 is rapidly becoming one of the most talked about games this year, and it hasn't been released yet. THQ are taking the franchise back to the "Attitude Era," which is famous for the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Mankind, and Undertaker. The roster in WWE games is always the biggest talking point before they release, and the developers have come under a lot of criticism with recent titles about the lack of superstars in the game. Take John Cena for instance. Almost every time when a WWE game comes out, the uniform on Cena's character is wrong, and several main event superstars are either not present in the game at all, or are going to be coming out as a DLC.
Brodus Clay is in, as well as two different versions of John Cena. Brock Lesnar is playable, as is almost every superstar who took part in the attitude era.
The full roster from WWE 13 can be found here.
This is by far the strongest roster THQ have ever revealed for their upcoming wrestling title. There is no denying that. THQ can be very proud of today's announcement, and now the challenge moves on to trying to make this game the best yet; it is crucial for THQ because of the slightly "flat" showings from the previous few years. The inclusions of superstars like Brodus Clay will be popular with fans, as the big man has not been in wrestling for too long but makes an appearance in the videogame.
Are you happy with WWE 13's roster?