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WWF Attitude

video game review video game review video game review video game review Video Game Review: WWF Attitude Publisher: Acclaim
Category: Sports
Platform: PS1, N64, Dreamcast, Game Boy
ESRB Rating: Teen    Release Date: July 1999

Overall Rating: 4 Stars out of 4

Review by Dwightfry
4 Stars out of 4
(Review of PS1 version)

Wow! Wrestling games just keep getting better and better. It will take a bit to top this effort by Acclaim.  WWF Attitude has just about everything you could ask for in a wrestling game. All of the big names are here. The Rock, Stone Cold, the Undertaker, Kane, Goldust, Epox. You get the idea. There's 40 wrestlers in all, although I was disappointed that the Big Show didn't make it on to the disc. With all the options on "create a wrestler", you can make your own Big Show.  It's almost a game within the game. There are even female wrestlers.   Everyone has there own entrance and theme song. There are flashier graphics out there, but these are very realistic and move really well. There are too many moves for me to even figure out. You can even set up your own pay-per-view matches. The career mode is where this game really shines.  It's the first wrestling game I have seen where up to four people can play in career mode at once. Tag team, cage matches, tornado matches, royal rumble, it just goes on and on.  How about a 3-on-1 match if your tired of HHH beating you all the time.  There is some violence, but I can't imagine a good wrestling game without it.  At least you can turn the blood on and off.   Definitely the best wrestling game I`ve seen to date.

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