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Credited cast:
The Undertaker (voice)
Owen Hart (voice)
Kane (voice)
Rocky Maivia (voice)
Triple H (voice)
Shawn Michaels (voice)
Tony Norris ...
Ahmed Johnson (voice)
Jim Ross - Commentator (voice)
Glenn Ruth ...
Ken Shamrock (voice)
Faarooq (voice)


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31 July 1998 (USA)  »

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Released for the PSX and Nintendo 64. The PSX version featured video and digital music, and more commentary but was only 32 bit graphics. The Nintendo 64 had much faster and smoother 64 bit graphics and much faster load times but had several audio commentary recordings missing and the wrestlers theme music was in midi style. See more »


Vince McMahon: Hello everyone. I'm Vince McMahon
Jim Ross: And i'm good ol' J.R!
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Followed by WWF Attitude (1999) See more »

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The first realistic wrestling game
5 October 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

WWF WarZone was the birthplace of realistic wrestling games, offering a variety of features, such as the first complex create-a-wrestler feature.

The commentators for this game are Vince McMahon and Jim Ross, its sequel WWF Attitude had Shane McMahon and Jerry Lawler.

Why is it that Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross aren't ever put together as commentators in a game? They spent years doing commentary together.

Anyways, I prefer Jim Ross to Jerry Lawler anyday.

Why am I discussing the commentary? Other than the different commentaries, WWF Attitude has much more features, including a detailed create-a-wrestler feature that greatly surpasses that of WWF WarZone, so one of the main attractions to WWF Warzone in comparison, is the commentary from Good Ol' J.R.!

However, there are a few wrestlers on WWF WarZone from the old days that might be a reason for some people to purchase this game nowadays (Such as Ahmed Johnson, Owen Hart and Bret Hart)

Wrestling fans and non-wrestling fans alike should enjoy this game, as well as WWF Attitude. Most of the later ones have a slow fighting system, and a few have wrestlers that are too small..

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