For those who were huge fan of pro-wrestling back in the 2000’s then WWE Day of Reckoning 2 a title published by THQ might be a game that you are familiar with especially for those who owned a Nintendo GameCube during that decade. WWE Day of Reckoning 2 was the direct sequel to the first DoR game which was also released for the Nintendo GameCube about a year earlier in 2004. As far as gameplay is concerned Day of Reckoning 2 was a step-up from its prequel due to the inclusion of a more refined grappling system. Also, Day of Reckoning 2 had a more advanced submission system which was definitely an improvement from its prequel forced people to utilize more psychology during gameplay. As far as the plot for the Story Mode is concerned were people who were impressed by the fact that it gave players options in terms of choosing different paths as they progress throughout the game despite ultimately having the same ending.

Day of Reckoning 2 allows players to create their own wrestler as he journeys on both Raw and Smackdown to win various titles including the WWE and World Heavyweight Championship about a year following the events of WrestleMania XX in DoR 1. Throughout, the Story Mode players with go head to head with some of the top stars of the Ruthless Aggression Era such as John Cena, Randy Orton, Triple H, Chris Jericho, Edge, HBK and more along with a few WWE Legends from the 80’s and the 90’s. Day of Reckoning 2 was arguably the best WWE title to have released for Nintendo GameCube and is considered to be a title worth playing for pro-wrestling fan that never had a chance to play it during the 00’s.

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