Wii vs. DS vs. PS 2
Nintendo DS = Jeff Hardy
The best thing I can say about this game is that it kept me busy while I was in situations that I would have been tremendously bored in otherwise. It was a nice diversion while I was commuting. As far as a game goes, it wasn't really that good. There wasn't really that much differentiation between the moves of the wrestlers. The other two versions I am comparing this to have so many more features to them that this game didn't even make it to the arena for this match.
PS2 vs. Wii
Wii = Vladimir Kozlov
Just as Vladimir was new to the PPV scene for this match, this is only the second WWE game for the Wii system. While this game is much better than the DS version, it really can't compare to the PS 2 version of the game. I have found in my experiences with the Wii that games made exclusively for that system are better than games that are made for multiple gaming systems. That theory holds true for this game also.
PS2 = Triple H
This version of the game featured more options than the other two including an inferno match. I found the game play much better on this system than the other two.
However, this version of the game, as well as all the other two versions, has an issue of a less than optimal playing roster. All these games deal with the present WWE roster. Since the game was made, nine of the characters in the game have been released from the company. It is this flaw in the game that has allowed another competitor to sneak into this match.
The Winner Is
XBox 360 & PS 3 = Edge
Just as Edge sneaked in at the last moment to claim the championship, the same thing has happened here. If I had every video game console on the market, I would recommend buying the game on either the PS3 or XBox 360.