I wouldn't say that. The career mode was trash and incredibly short, but the controls are easy to learn, and you can do some pretty cool things. If you're looking for an awesome single player experience, you're better off looking elsewhere. However, if you want a game that is fun to mess around in when you have some buddies over, its definitely worth $10.
Eh, maybe so. But I'd much rather get a used copy of any of the older Smackdown vs Raw games as they are much more fun, have larger rosters of playable characters, more match types, and much bigger move-sets.
TNA impact!: The career mode was trash, the game is way too hard, the AI is extremely cheap, all of the characters share most of the same moves, and it's a tad glitchy in certain areas. I really just HATE this game so much. The only thing I can say about this game is... the graphics weren't completely horrible.