Fight your way to the top of the championship as your favorite WWF wrestler.




Credited cast:
The Rock (voice)
Jacqueline (voice)
Mankind (voice)
Triple H (voice)
Kane (voice)
Sable (voice)
Chyna (voice)
Val Venis (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steve Blackman (voice)
The Undertaker (voice)
D-Lo Brown (voice)
Edge (voice)
Darren Drozdov ...
Droz (voice)


Fight your way to the top of the championship as your favorite WWF wrestler.

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31 March 1999 (USA)  »

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World Wrestling Federation Get it? Attitude
5 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Back in 1999 there was a new game that just hit stores and that game was for fans of the World Wrestling Federation or simple WWF.

WWF Attitude is one of my personal favorite wrestling games.

The game is full of countless WWF Superstars from Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, The Rock, Triple H, X-Pac, Edge, Christian, Mankind and many more.

The game was release for the Playstation and Nintendo 64

What makes this game really cool is the fact that all the WWF Superstars did voices for the game as well as Shane McMahon and Jerry "The King" Lawler doing the commentary for each match you play.

There are many modes to chose from. Such as one on one matches, cage matches, triple threat matches, royal rumble, survivor series matches, first blood matches as much more.

There is also a career mode in the game that you can do as a single or a tag team.

The game play is full of countless matches as well many wrestlers to chose from to play as so there is a lot of replay value in the game.

The sound is really good with again the wrestlers voicing in the game as well as the theme songs release on the game as well as the wrestlers talk smack to each other before and during the match.

The controls can take time to get used to but the more you play the better you get and you can pause to see a combo of moves you can pull to defeat your opponent.

All together if you are a fan of retro video games or a fan of wrestling video games then you will want to give WWF Attitude a shot because it was a huge hit during the World Wrestling Federation Attitude Era and when wrestling games were getting bigger push.

I give WWF Attitude an 9 out of 10

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