The follow up to the smash hit WWF Wrestlemania: the Arcade


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The follow up to the smash hit WWF Wrestlemania: the Arcade

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There goes the neighborhood







Release Date:

16 January 1996 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

WWF in Your House: There Goes the Neighborhood  »

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All of the wrestlers featured in this game captured fresh motion capture footage and did not recycle any of the sprites or moves from its predessesor Wrestlemania: The Arcade (1995) See more »


Spun-off from WWF in Your House (1995) See more »

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There Goes The Neighborhood
31 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Many wrestling have been created and some have been hits while others have been a joke.

WWF IN Your House There Goes The Neighborhood allow gamers to play as their favorite WWF Superstars and go one on one in a wrestling game that is more of a arcade feel.

The game feels like a fighter more then a wrestling game and it is very fast.

The Superstars you get to play as are The Undertaker, Owen Hart, Bret Hart, Goldust, Vader, Shawn Michaels and others.

Each of them has their own creative finishers and fighting moves and they do have some creative ones at that.

The Graphics in the games are a real arcade feel where you can fight without worry about pop ups.

The Sounds is really good with a lot of sound effects to fit the game play The Controls are a mix because you just push different buttons and go at it.

The Gameplay is wild as it could get and can bring hours of game play Overall WWF In Your House There Goes The Neighborhood is different from all wrestling games and it could be a great game for collectors I give WWF In Your House There Goes The Neigherborhood a 8 out of 10

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