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


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14 November 2000 (USA)  »

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Is the exclusive to Nintendo 64 follow up to Wrestlemania 2000 and final WWF game released on the console. Prior to WWE titles, the developers Aki, Jakks Pacific and THQ earlier created both "WCW vs n.W.o: world tour" and "WCW vs n.W.o Revenge". All of which considered some of the best and greatest wrestling games of all time on any system or format. THQ would later go on for several years creating the "Raw vs Smackdown" series and the titles simply called WWE with the latest year after it. See more »

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


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The best wrestling simulator game.
17 May 2001 | by See all my reviews

Before I begin just because I named this game the best wrestling simulator game doesn't mean that it's the best wrestling game. There are two types of wrestling games. Wrestling simulator (WWF Attitude, WWF No Mercy ect.) and the recently developed Arcade Wrestling (WWF Smackdown, WWF Royal Rumble). The clear difference between the two is that Wresling simulators are more in-depth and harder to master.

Now for the review of the game. People who have followed THQ's wrestling game from the start will know that this game is based on the old engine that was used for the WCW games a few years ago, so there's is nothing new about it besides a few tweaks. So if you are a master of those old WCW games then you'll easier pick up on the gameplay of WWF No Mercy. It includes over 60 wrestlers and the basics of game modes such as single, tag, cage, handicap, royal rumble and king of the ring. However included in this game are two gimmick matches, Ladder Match and Special Guest Referee match. Both of which have been borrowed from the WWF Smackdown series.

The graphics of this game are quite good for a Nintendo 64 game however it isn't the best graphics you have ever seen, this also goes for the sounds in the game. Gameplay wise it can be quite fun however it does get fustrating at times when the opponent reverses all your moves after you've been beating of him for 30 minutes. There are many slow-downs in the game especially when there are 4 wrestlers on screen and it gets even worst for a Tag Team Ladder Match.

Included are 10 backstages the hallway, locker room, parking lot, boiler room, sports lounge and the enterance stage for all the events such as Wrestlemania, Summerslam, Smackdown, Raw is War ect. This game is very similar to THQ's previous WWF attempt WWF Wrestlemania 2000, so if you already have WWF Wrestlemania 2000 there really isn't much reason for you to get this until the price drops. The only difference are that there are more wrestlers, the season mode has been improved and there are a few added game modes.

The things holding me back from giving it a perfect 10 is that the game can lag at times, the opponent can fustrate you at times and it simply isn't as fun as WWF Smackdown 2: Know Your Role. However none the less it is a good game and is the best wreslting simulator on the market.

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