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WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role (2000)



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Credited cast:
The Rock (voice)
Jim Ross (voice)
Jerry 'The King' Lawler (voice)
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Michael Cole (voice)
Triple H (voice)


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16 November 2000 (USA)  »

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Held the Guinness World Record for most copies ever sold in the category of Sports. See more »

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A special thanks to the millions and millions of Sports Entertainment Wrestling, Puroresu, and Lucha Libre fans who, like us, have grown up watching this great sport and pastime rise to the top, overcoming many obstacles set before it. Also, to all of those who have stuck by our side and have remained loyal to the fans in order to make the game for the fans, we appreciate all of you and realize that without you, this game would not be possible. Thank you. Sanders "Jekel" Keel Superstar Mike Sparks See more »


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Best WWF game for the Playstation. It's true, it's true.

The latest WWF game is the best in the lot, but unfortunately the last for the original Playstation. "WWF Smackdown! 2" is pretty much the same as the original, but with more added features.

There are more wrestlers than the last game. New superstars include Lita, Tazz, Kurt Angle (our Olympic hero), Chris Benoit, Rikishi (and his trademark move), Essa Riós, Scotty Too Hotty, Grandmaster Sexay, and Eddie Guerrero and many more. Regular superstars are back as well, including The Rock, 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin (he needs to be unlocked before playing as him), The Undertaker, Kane, Chris Jericho, Triple H, and Chyna. Some of the superstars that didn't make in the last game are in this one as well. Mick Foley is also in this game with his new look and so are his alter-egos, Mankind and Cactus Jack.

There are many hidden features that need to be unlocked. As you progress through 'Season' mode, features such as superstars, special matches, moves, and other items can be unlocked.

The 'Create A Superstar' mode is better than ever. You can create up to ten superstars and make them as detailed as you like and give them unlimited amount of moves as well. 'Create A Stable' allow you to form a group and assign at least four superstars to it. 'Create A Taunt' allow you to create your own gestures.

More matches are included as well, most of them unlockable. They include TLC (Tables, Ladders, and Chairs. Oh, my!), Slobberknocker (How many wrestlers can you beat in ten minutes?), Special Referee (there can be two refs as well) and more.

Only complaint: There's still no commentary. Rumor has it that it will be resolved in the next game, but it's for the Playstation 2.

My evaluation: 10 out of 10

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