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Of course, WWE 13 is all set to be WWE’s biggest video game release to date, and in quite an interesting move, a lot of the game’s ever-intriguing interactive elements is being based on the Attitude Era in the game.

Now, for those of you who don’t remember the the Attitude Era (you must’ve grown up with the likes of Rico and seen a second-rate Nwo incarnation… poor souls) was a period in WWE where “anything goes” and it most certainly went. WWE adopted the hardcore trappings of the developing Ecw alongside the over the top theatrics of a trying-far-too-hard WCW seamlessly packaging them into a totally neat and accessible package with marketable superstars (as the WWE has always done so well) and a dose of not too pretentious… erm, attitude.

A lot of fans of that time will remember it as the period that unapologetically allowed »

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