WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 Officially a Hit

WWE SmackDown vs Raw 2007

Good news budget gamers, THQ’s WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 has reached the sales milestones required to have the game simultaneously added to the Xbox 360’s “Platinum Hits” list and Sony’s “Greatest Hits” collection for both the PS2 and PSP, giving all three versions a $19.99 retail price. The PS2 and Xbox 360 versions are available at the affordable new price as of today, while the price slash won’t go into effect for the PSP version until September 5th.

“Achieving ‘Platinum Hits’ and ‘Greatest Hits’ status simultaneously is a tremendous honor that speaks to the continued growth and development of the SmackDown vs. Raw video game franchise,” said Scott Guthrie, senior vice president, North American sales and distribution, THQ. “We look forward to seeing its popularity expand further as we bring WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2008 to seven platforms this holiday season, including the franchise’s return on Xbox 360, PlayStation 2 and wireless devices, and its debut on the Wii home video game console, Nintendo DS and the PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system.”

“We are extremely pleased with the success of WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 and our ability to release ‘Platinum Hits’ and ‘Greatest Hits’ editions respectively for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2 and PSP system,” said Nelo Lucich, vice president of interactive, JAKKS Pacific. “This milestone demonstrates the continued strength of the WWE brand among video game fans and we believe the reduced price point will bring the WWE video game experience to an even larger audience.”

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