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Credited cast:
Mike Alfonso ...
Mike Awesome (voice)
Chris Chetti ...
Himself (voice)
Steve Corino ...
Himself (voice)
Tommy Dreamer (voice) (as Tom Laughlin)
Rhino (voice)
Trisa Hayes ...
Spike Dudley (voice)
Jeff Jones ...
Himself (voice) (as Judge Jeff Jones)
Brian Knighton ...
Axl Rotten (voice)
Raven (voice)
Jerry Lynn ...
Jerry Lynn
Jazz (voice)
P.J. Polaco ...
Justin Credible (voice)
Dawn Marie Psaltis ...
Dawn Marie (voice)


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31 January 2000 (USA)  »

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This game was dubbed the "WWF Attitude" clone. The publisher ACCLAIM had previously made both WWF Warzone and WWF Attitude for the PSX and N64 consoles before losing their contract with the WWF. They picked up the rights to ECW and created this game. This game is the exact same engine used to create WWF Attitude with only names and images changed to suit the ECW roster and images. It did add new moves and taunts, as well as music and sounds for the wrestlers and commentators, but was not enough to just be dismissed as a useless Attitude clone adding nothing to gameplay interest a part from being for die hard ECW fans and those very few who could not get enough of Attitude. Despite graphic, media and name changes, the only new match up in the game is a barbwire match. The mode itself only meant opponents did not spring back off the ropes when running j to them and instead looked like they hit a brick wall. See more »


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ECW: Hardcore Revolution
4 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

ECW: Hardcore Revolution might be a (M) for Mature game of WWF Attitude, but it does have some good things about it.

Some of the bad is that it does not do the things that the stars of Extreme Championship Wrestling did.

Like no one is going to fly off the top rope and out into the crowd, or anything like that.

But, to be fair, the game's graphic are pretty good, with good colors for the wrestlers and arenas.

The sound is good, with Joey Stlyes working alone to call the action which is not an bad idea.

The music is also good, it also has the ECW Theme Song.

The wrestlers also did the voices for the game.

Being that this was ECW's first video game, there are some things that make it fun.

ECW: Hardcore Revloution is a pretty fun game if fans would just give it a chance.

Some fans say that it a bad game, but I play games that were worst this this.

Overall, if you're an fan of wrestling or an true ECW fan, this game is worth playing and it a fun game for just visiting the goods of ECW.

I give ECW Hardcore Revolution 7 out of 10.

Fun game, This Is EXTREME!

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