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WWF Attitude

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Reviewed by Mike With the success of WWF Warzone, and the massive popularity of the World Wrestling Federation, Acclaim was easily looking at a million seller with their newest release, WWF Attitude. Certainly, the company could expect to cash in on the popularity of wrestling with this title, regardless of how good the game happens to be. So when the game was released, gamers couldn't help but wonder if the game would be any good. WWF Warzone, the prequel to Attitude, sold millions, but got hacked to pieces by the gaming public. The game was so bad, that THQ's WCW Revenge looked great in comparison. Finally, after months of hype and anticipation, the game has finally arrived. Sadly, it didn't come with any of the realistic action you hoped for.

Graphics 8 out of 10

The graphics in WWF Attitude are great. The animation is fluid, and the wrestlers certainly look a hell of a lot better than those from WCW Revenge. The action in the ring looks as close to the real thing you can get on the Nintendo 64. The only problem with the graphics is the crowd. Instead of life like characters, such as the crowds found in EA sports games, you get flat, seemingly dead fans. This wouldn't be so bad, if they could only shut up now and then.

Music and Sound 2 out of 10

Unlike the graphics, the sound here is by far the worst of any wrestling game. While the theme music for the WWF superstars is good, the rest of the game sounds like utter crap. For the most part, the crowd is dead and silent during the matches. This fast kills any excitement you may get out the game, and often leads to bordem. However, don't get the idea that the crowd remains silent non stop. That's simply not the case, and it's a shame to. You will often have to listen to dull, horrid sounding, and downright annoying chants. These chants are some of the worst I have had the misfortune to hear, in any game. As for the other sound effects, such as bodies smacking together, you can say it's lame at best.

Game Challenge

This game can be quite fun if you enjoy multi player games. There are over 15 modes of play to bash your friends head in, from Steel cage matches, weapons match, lumber jack matches, tag team wars, etc. However, the one player mode is a joke. Even on the hardest setting, you won't get much of a challenge out of this one. The computer AI is downright retarded. After a couple days of playing the game, you'll be able to dominate the computer with ease. The career mode is also a waste of time, and once you capture the world title, the career ends. Yup, no chances to go on and defend your title.

Game Play-Fun 5 out of 10

The multi player mode is fun, but as all wrestlers move the same way, the game gets boring fast. As for the single player modes....forget it. The bad crowd and dull game play kill any fun you might have.....FAST.


The game play presents quite a few frustrating moments. For one, the grappling system in this game is garbage, especially in the one player mode. Most of the time, your opponent will tie you up in some lame arm/wrist lock, and you'll have to wait a few seconds for him to break the hold. This gets annoying when your wrestlers finisher must be done from a grapple. On the topic of finishers, good luck if your wrestler uses a submission hold! When you lock your opponent in a submission, the CPU will often make you break the hold right away, with no reason. Sometimes, you'll be able to get the hold on for a few seconds, but that is rare. Why couldn't the programmers of this game take the time to fix this? I suppose it's a case of being lazy, stupid, or both. Reversals in this game are a pain in the ass. Try using Steve Austin to body slam Sable, and tell me you're not annoyed when she keeps on reversing the damn thing. How unrealistic can you get? Last on my list, is the fact that your opponent often jumps up from big moves, including finishers. This is just about as unrealistic as you can get in a wrestling game. But again, Acclaim couldn't be bothered to fix this little problem.

Replayability 4 out of 10

The one player modes are useless, and the multi player thrill won't last long. Wait for WCW Mayhem to come out for your wrestling needs, as that game is your best bet.


Pound for pound, this is one of the most unrealistic wrestling game out there. Aside from the Warzone, there are no Nintendo 64 games that even come close to this. The game play here is so bad, you'll expect to see the THQ logo on the screen!

Overall 4 out of 10

With a steady flow of wrestling titles coming down the pipe, it's best you avoid WWF Attitude. Wait for WCW Mayhem, or even THQ's WWF 2000. If you like fast paced wrestling action, stay the hell away from anything with the Acclaim logo on it.

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