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Product is for Nintendo 64 Platform.Features WWF from 1999. Features WWF from 1999 time frame.Amazon.com More than a simple wrestling game, WWF Attitude puts you in control of the World Wrestling Federation. Over 40 wrestlers are at your command, including The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, D-Generation X, and Triple H. Fans of the WWF will recognize all the familiar match formats, everything from one-on-one, two-on-one, or three-on-one, to Royal Rumble, Tag Team, or Stable Match. You can even stage your own "pay-per-view" event. And for manager wannabes, there is a fun create-your-own-wrestler feature which lets you build and send your very own seven-foot , 450-pound giant dressed up in a black bikini out onto the mat. Acclaim Sports has done a superb job with the graphics and running commentary, making the game extremely realistic and entertaining. Moreover, up to four people can get in on the action, whether they pair up in a tag team match or duke it out in a winner-take-all king of the ring extravaganza. Devout pro-wrestling fans will not be disappointed. --Hugh ArnoldPros:Create your own "pay-per-view" event or wrestlerCool graphics and commentaryMultiplayer optionCons:Steep learning curveNeed a memory card to save newly created "pay-per-view" events, wrestlers, and careers Product description Now featuring over 40 of your favorite WWF superstars! Customize your own wrestler's move sets and costumes. Over 20 game modes including all-new specialty matches. Real-life WWF entrances and theme songs. Wrestle your way to the title in an all-new career mode. First ever Create-Your-Own Pay-Per-View Mode! Two-man commentary featuring Shane McMahon and Jerry "The King" Lawler. Review The Nintendo 64 version of WWF War Zone differed a bit from its PlayStation counterpart. The sound wasn't nearly as good, but it contained one extra mode that the PlayStation couldn't handle. This time around, the games are virtually identical from a features standpoint. And the N64 version has the same music and speech as the PlayStation version. But the improved graphics definitely put this one over the top when you put the two versions side-by-side. Is this year's WWF game from Acclaim different enough from last year's? In the end, it all depends on how you look at the game. The most obvious improvement to the game is the roster, which has been updated with the times to reflect the ever-changing faces of the World Wrestling Federation. That's not to say that the rosters are current, though. Much like War Zone, and well, most other licensed wrestling games, a few wrestlers have changed gimmicks since the game's development began. Of course, with development cycles as long as they are these days, you really can't fault Acclaim for this one bit. So the Headbangers are still in the game, as is Sable, and Triple H enters the ring to the original D-Generation X music, complete with X-shaped fireworks. Speaking of ring entrances, they've come a long, long way since War Zone. Now you get to see the full ring intro from the game engine's perspective, complete with the real, digitized music, from Steve Austin's slow swagger to the ring to Ken Shamrock punching himself in the head. Once the wrestlers have all made it to the ring, they'll each bust off a little non sequitur before the match starts, like "DTA! Don't trust anyone!" or Kane mumbling something through his little voice-box thing. It would have been nice to see some end-of-match taunts, similar to the beginning-of-match speech, but instead the winning wrestler stands in the middle of the ring and lamely goes through his taunt animation over and over again. It would have been even nicer to see a few short FMV clips in the game, or at least audio clips of the wrestlers talking trash about each other to various announcers. A rendered announce table at ringside to facilitate a little prematch commentary also would have added another level of depth to the game's already thick atmosphere. But enough about all this extra atmosphere stuff. As much as an insta
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