The greatest wrestling game ever made, exclusively for the Nintendo 64.


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Credited cast:
Mick Foley (voice)
The Rock (archive sound)
Jerry 'The King' Lawler (archive sound)
Announcer (voice)
Jim Ross (archive sound)


The greatest wrestling game ever made, exclusively for the Nintendo 64.

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14 November 2000 (USA)  »

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A sequel was in the works, with the working title "WWF No Mercy 2" expected to be changed later. However the N64 lifespan had come to an end and was never released. It is suspected, but unconfirmed, that the current progress became "WWF Smackdown: Here Comes The Pain" released in 2000 for the PlayStation 2. See more »

Crazy Credits

After the Credits, you see a short haired Mick Foley leaving the arena. See more »


Features WWE Smackdown! (1999) See more »


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Written and Performed by Rick Derringer
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One Great Wrestling Game
14 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I first got this game for Christmas, or whatever event it was, I was thrilled. I expected it to be an ordinary wrestling game with normal game play. I was so damn wrong, that my thought made me look like a ignorant dork. What the Rock cooked was my favorite!! THQ has advanced the graphics of it's wrestling games and makes WCW v.s. NWO World Tour look like Space Invaders! The graphics have improved so much, that it's THQ's best wrestling game. I noticed that in WWF: Wrestlemania 2000, there were horizontal cracks through the wrestlers' backs. That has been taken away. However, wrestlers look slightly polygonal. But it is still 3D! In the balconies, there are small and colored dots, clusters of dots and squares. I'm pretty sure that the dots and dot clusters are people. The squares are probably signs. You even see the steps on both balconies. The top balconies are detailed nicely, too, with steps. There is a Slam Cam that you can turn off if you want. The Slam Cam let's you go cruising for a bruising 360°. It always captures the best angles in your slams as well as your opponents. If you or your opponent does a move more than once, the Slam Cam will capture different angles every four times. Each of the four times, it will capture all our sides, so you can see the move in different angles. It goes 360° only on submissions and keeps on spinning around it until there is a tap out or the opponent or the player gets out of it. In the matches like a Tag Team, Royal Rumble, etc., the Slam Cam is not featured and cannot be activated. By shutting off the Slam Cam, the camera only zooms in and out, not in, out and around like the Slam Cam. I was surprised at the graphics in this game. Well, actually, there is no story. The X's represent the meaning that there is nothing in that category nothing much anyway. I just loved the music! The music was great. However, it will get stuck in your head from hearing it so much. There is an feature in the options menu to shut off the music and hear the slams instead. If you don't want to hear either one, than mute your TV. It makes sense to do it. I really liked the music. The game play was VERY fun. With the highly expanded create-a-wrestler, it was extreme. The game featured a Smackdown Mall, which let you buy weapons, clothes, tattoos, masks and more for your wrestlers. It also lets you buy moves as well as hidden wrestlers. The mall also featured the Superstar creator, which gave you FULLY UNLIMITED possibilities. You could fight backstage in the arena entrances (10 different arenas mean 10 different entrances), the main hallway, the locker room, the bar, the boiler room and the parking lot which is my favorite. You could even hop into the back of the truck and smash your opponents head against the walls. Ouch! There are over 20 weapons and you could easily assemble your own TLC match even though its not featured in one of the features. You just go in a ladder match, get a chairs and use the table to slam your opponents through. Do the Swanton Bomb through a table!! It also has a Guest Referee Match where you can cheat on your opponents! You can even fight, too! The replay was amazingly high!! Just look at all the things offered in the game!! Of course you'll come back for more!!!!! This is my favorite game. Its a wrestling fan's heaven. It also, for some reason, has Bulldog in it. Even Viscera. It is the master of game play and replay!

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