Does WWE SvR 2008 Have GM Mode?By Coder| September 29, 2023 Wrestling Blogs WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2008, often abbreviated as SvR 2008, is a professional wrestling video game that was released in November 2007. Developed by Yuke’s and published by THQ for various gaming platforms, including PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii, it offered a wide range of features and gameplay modes to cater to wrestling fans’ desires. GM Mode: A Popular Feature One of the most popular features that fans eagerly anticipated in WWE SvR 2008 was the General Manager (GM) mode. However, it is important to note that this game did not include GM mode among its options. What is GM Mode? GM mode was first introduced in WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2006 and quickly became a fan-favorite. It allowed players to take on the role of a general manager and take control of their favorite WWE brand. The objective was to compete against other brands (either controlled by friends or AI) in a ratings war by signing superstars, creating storylines, and setting up matches. Absence of GM Mode in SvR 2008 Unfortunately for fans hoping for the return of GM mode in SvR 2008, the developers decided not to include it in this installment. The decision disappointed many players who were looking forward to once again experiencing the thrill of running their own brand within the virtual WWE universe. Alternative Gameplay Modes While GM mode may have been absent from SvR 2008, the game still offered various other exciting gameplay modes: Season Mode: This single-player mode allowed players to experience a wrestler’s journey through a full WWE season. Players could engage in backstage brawls, rivalries, and championship matches as they aimed to become the top superstar. Exhibition Matches: SvR 2008 featured an extensive list of match types, including singles matches, tag team matches, ladder matches, TLC (Tables, Ladders, and Chairs) matches, Hell in a Cell matches, and many more. Online Multiplayer: Players could connect online and compete against friends or other wrestling enthusiasts from around the world. In Conclusion Although SvR 2008 did not include the highly anticipated GM mode, it still offered an array of gameplay modes that allowed players to immerse themselves in the world of professional wrestling. Whether it was playing through a season as their favorite superstar or competing against friends online, there were plenty of options to keep fans entertained for hours on end. If you’re specifically looking to experience GM mode in a WWE video game, you may need to explore other installments in the SmackDown vs. Raw series or check out newer titles like WWE 2K series which introduced its own version of GM mode in later years.