WWF Attitude (1999)

Video Game  |  Action  |  31 March 1999 (USA)
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Fight your way to the top of the championship as your favorite WWF wrestler.

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Credited cast:
Himself (voice)
The Rock (voice)
Jacqueline (voice)
Mick Foley ...
Mankind (voice)
Jerry 'The King' Lawler (voice)
Triple H (voice)
Kane (voice)
Sable (voice)
Chyna (voice) (as Joanie Laurer)
Sean Morley ...
Val Venis (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steve Blackman ...
Steve Blackman (voice)
The Undertaker (voice)
A.C. Connor ...
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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This game is certainly better than Warzone.
1 October 2007 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

Warzone was a first attempt at a WWF game for the 5th generation of systems, and while it was a transformation of 16 bit to 64 bit (which is 3d) that much was an improvement, but the game was somewhat bad.

Now go ahead a year. this wrestling game should've been what the 5th generation should've seen first.

WWF attitude takes you into the ring and beyond with this 1-4 player wrestling game that has several modes of play. you can do "i quit" matches, "2/3 falls" matches, and even more. there's also real WWF theme music, not the cell phone ringtone stuff warzone had. There's Real blood, and even weapons, and the addition of more voices. there's also a make a pay-per-view option, and a new create a wrestler set, which is certainly worth checking out.

i haven't even begun to scratch the surface of the stuff in this game, but the newer versions are way better, like wrestlemania 2000 and no mercy. And if you own ECW Hardcore Revolution, then you're pretty much playing this game with an ECW theme.

i give it 7/10

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