WWE 13 DLC : Highlighting Best Aspects of New Content

Brian Mazique@@UniqueMaziqueCorrespondent IIIJanuary 8, 2013

image from WWE 13 by THQ
image from WWE 13 by THQ

WWE.com has announced the release of the newest DLC for THQ's WWE 13. It's known as the You're Welcome in Five Languages pack, and that makes reference to the two Superstars that highlight the content.

Damien Sandow and Antonio Cesaro are two of the best newcomers in the WWE. Their official inclusion in the game was something many fans have been waiting for since the DLC schedule was announced.

Though Sandow and the United States Champion highlight the pack, gamers will also get the Usos, Layla and WWE legends Brian Pillman and Chainsaw Charlie (AKA Terry Funk).

In addition to the additional superstars, gamers will also have access to new moves. 

There are 20 new moves in all, but the moves that stand out are Brock Lesnar's Kimura Lock and the Lionsault that was popularized by Chris Jericho.

As is the case with the other moves in the game, you can add these attacks to other Superstars' move-sets. This content adds even more depth to what was already an extremely deep game.

The more the roster and the move-sets grow, the bigger the overall experience. DLC like this continues to better what was already the best WWE video game of all time.

Antonio Cesaro's likeness is my favorite of the bunch, even though he has on black trunks. As of recently, Cesaro's trunks are red, but that's nothing that can't be fixed with the superstar editor.

The Usos are actually pretty fun to control, but they have nearly identical move-sets and abilities. 

Damien Sandow's taunts are hilarious—even in the virtual world. His entrance is the longest of all the new additions. I'd like to see him get a new finisher in real life, but WWE 13 re-creates the Terminus perfectly.

Here is a look at the newest roster additions, and the two biggest additions to the move-sets.


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