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THQ and AKI started development on the game without actually having the WWF license. The WWF was under contract with Acclaim, but made it known that they would not be re-signing, instead taking their franchise to THQ. THQ, on only the WWF's word, began pooling their resources into a new WWF game. When they acquired the license in August 1999, the game was near completed and then released November 1999. See more »


Chris Jericho's entrance taunt pose has him facing the crowd as opposed to showing his back. See more »


Features WrestleMania XV (1999) See more »


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The first WWF Game from THQ and AKI is spectacular
26 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you're familiar with the AKI grappling system, you shouldn't have any problems picking up this game, but if you're new to the series then I'll explain it. WM2K uses the famed grappling system which involves press the A button and grabbing the opponent, but it's much more than a simple button press, tap it for a weak grapple(for the weak moves) or hold it for a second or two for a strong grapple(obviously more powerful moves.) The best thing about this engine is that it's very intuitive to use and has a pick up and play feel to it, so you'll have no problem busting out moves like the Pedigree or the Tombstone Piledriver. You also use strikes this way but instead of pressing A you'll press B. Also, in this game you can implement psychology in your matches where you can target a specific body location and start attacking that location, as the match goes on that part gets weaker and the opponent is pretty much guaranteed to submit if you slap a submission on him. Overall, this engine is one of the finest ever in a wrestling that is only matched by THQ's SmackDown! series. The graphics in this game are much better than the ones in WWF Attitude, but at times the characters appear very blocky. Also, they titan tron videos in this game are very exalted, so don't expect DVD quality. What it lacks in graphics more than makes up for it with some of the smoothest animation ever, I mean, it holds up to games like SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain, the Pedigree looks like the Pedigree, the Rock Bottom looks like the Rock Bottom and so on. Overall, the graphics are in this game are alright but the animation is great. The sound in the game sucks really, the music is played at a very low quality and you can tell the developers had a hard time cramming all that music in one 256 MB cartridge. Overall, the sound is poor, but that's expected from an N64 game. When this game was made, it featured all the popular superstars from 1999 like Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, The Rock, Undertaker, to mid card people like Jeff Jarrett, X-Pac, Billy Gunn and so on. Even though at this time this game is very outdated, it's very complete for it's time. Overall, the roster is great. This game has great replay value, you'll be spending a lot of time playing the game's career mode called Road to WrestleMania, where you go through a whole WWF year, complete with calendar, you can also unlock several hidden characters in this mode, and once you beat this mode, you can enjoy WM2K with your friends. Overall, this game's value is pretty high.

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