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Will smackdown vsraw2010 have gm mode and if so who will be the gms?


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2009-10-10 12:09:27
2009-10-10 12:09:27

There is no GM mode as in 07 and 08 but there is a new story designer mode which allows you to create the matches for that week's show (RAW, SmackDown, ECW) like in GM Mode, but also allows you to create your own storylines using cut scenes/interferences to make it like a real WWE event.

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yes because svr2008 had it.

No. you can not play gm mode in smackdown vs. raw 2009 but you can play road to wrestlemania and career mode also

probably not because they stopped putting gm mode on svr since 2008

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go to game modes and then go to 24/7 mode and u could choose to play as gm

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