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Tolle Sprachausgabe und Soundsamples kennen wir von der PS, Pixelfreie Grafik und saubere Animationen kommen vom N64. Leider wurde das Wrestling-Spektakel aber nicht DC-gerecht aufgebohrt. Nach wie vor müssen wir bei In-Fight-Animationen häßliche Polygonverenkungen
mitansehen und auch das
weiterhin als flache Tapete dargestellt. Dies ändert
aber nichts daran,
daß WWF Attitude mit seinen zahlreichen Spielmodi und - ich muss es wieder erwähnen - dem genialen Create-A-Wrestler-Mode immer noch ein top Wrestling-Game darstellt. Rein optisch hat aber das japanische Giant Gram 2 die Nase vorn.
Mehr als 40 authentische WWF-Wrestler sowie mehr als ein Dutzend verschiedener Spielmodi sorgen für lang anhaltenden Spielspaß. Mit einem speziellen Editor lassen sich darüber hinaus noch Unmengen individueller Wrestler mit einem Bastel-Tool erstellen. Im Vergleich zur Nintendo-Version muss dennoch leider bemängelt werden. dass technisch so gut wie nichts verbessert wurde.
I must admit that when I first played this game, I wasn't impressed. Moves other than punch, kick, and grapple were foreign to me and I couldn't pin anyone if the universe depended on it. But given some time, determination, and a moves list (Now available in the Game Revolution cheats section!) I began to enjoy this game a little more. If you're a hard-core WWF fan, you should have no qualms about getting this game (other than its slightly dated roster). If you're not really into the wrestling gig, I'd suggest sticking to other forms of fighting (Dead or Alive 2 will be here before ya know it). For all you others out there, I've got just two words for ya... SUCK IT!!!!
Sadly, that’s where the positives abruptly come to an end and the ride down the slope of awfulness begins. The three most important aspects of a game are its gameplay, graphics and sound, something the makers of WWF must have forgotten as all three aspects are simply dreadful. The game looks hideous, plays horrendously and sounds dire. Don’t be fooled, this game is awful. Nothing more, nothing less. So unless you’re prepared to be tortured, my advice is stay clear.
The long awaited wrestling game that most hard core gamers are waiting for is not yet upon us. With the WWF and the WCW come licensing (advertising), rushed games, aesthetic appeal and sheer garbage. Perhaps in time a publisher will make a title that plays as well as it looks. At the time it seems that the popular WWF name alone is enough to sell games. This trend may continue but will surely end once a great playing grappler game is introduced to the next generation. The fact remains that for nearly ten years there has been very little offered as far as a great playing wrestler. This remains true even though there certainly have been great playing wrestling titles in the past. It's just a matter of time before the game buying public catches on (I hope).
With a few more months, this game could have probably turned out a lot better. But since the game is the very definition of the word "rushed," it's merely a rehash of the older versions of the game. If you didn't buy the PlayStation or N64 version of Attitude in hopes that the DC version would beat them, then you're getting a bittersweet victory. Yes, this is the best version of WWF Attitude, but no, it doesn't live up to the potential of the license or the hardware, and it's really a shame that Acclaim has to end its longtime relationship with the WWF on such a sour note. Rent this one first before making your decision.
On the plus side, there are a good amount of options in this game, including career mode, championships, exhibitions and various specialty matches. I still prefer WWF Warzone on N64 to this game, but Attitude can be fun, more so with two or more players. This game is commonly found as a clearance title in most stores where Dreamcast titles are sold and it isn't a bad purchase if you need to beef up your library, I just couldn't get into it. Don't let my review keep you from at least checking it out.
Arf ! ils ont vraiment l'air empotés ces catcheurs sur le ring ! Les combats ne sont pas du tout crédibles, on dirait un jeu de baston de robots. Les prises sont assez sympas, c'est le seul atout du jeu, car à côté, tout est crade, dont le graphisme et le son. Ready 2 Rumble et Soul Calibur combattent à mille lieues au dessus de WWF Attitude.
If you're a die-hard fan of the WWF, this may amuse you if you don't already have the PSX or N64 version. Otherwise, it's just a poorly made psuedo-fighting game with little redeeming value. May be worth a rental just to play around with create a wrestler mode and laugh at the game with your friends, but that's about it. Whatever you do, don't pick up WWF Attitude just because "Stone Cold said so" or I'll hit you over the head with a steel chair. Punk.
Soundwise, the shouts from the crowd are almost as idiotic as the two-man commentary. There are a tremendous number of options which all you to create you own wrestlers, customize the arenas, and even create your own Pay Per View event. WWF Attitude is not a very good game, and only wrestling fans should take a look.