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WWF Attitude

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WWF Attitude is a follow-up to WWF War Zone. The gameplay is similar to that of its predecessor, including a variety of game modes and specialty matches, such as Royal Rumble, Survivor Series, Tornado matches, and others. The Create-A-Wrestler mode has been slightly enhanced, adding commentary and crowd chants responding to the superstars' nicknames. The Challenge Mode of the previous game is replaced by the Career Mode, allowing the player-controlled wrestler to participate in house shows, winning matches to work his way up to the prestigious Raw show, pay-per-view events, and eventually compete for the title. A few new match types and fall superstar entrances have also been added.

New game modes include Create-A-Stable and a Pay-Per-View mode, which allows the player to set up an own wrestling event. The game includes an option to customize arenas, editing the color of lights, ropes, turnbuckles, logos, etc.


WWF Attitude PlayStation Four wrestlers fighting.
WWF Attitude PlayStation Statistics
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WWF Attitude PlayStation Mankind

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The Press Says

Nintendojo Nintendo 64 May 20, 2002 9.6 out of 10 96
Absolute Playstation PlayStation Aug, 1999 95 out of 100 95
Game Revolution PlayStation Aug, 1999 A- 91
IGN Nintendo 64 Sep 01, 1999 8.7 out of 10 87
NowGamer Dreamcast Nov 10, 1999 7.2 out of 10 72
GamePro (US) PlayStation Nov 24, 2000 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70
Sports Gaming Network Dreamcast Dec 17, 1999 69 out of 100 69
Digital Press - Classic Video Games Dreamcast Dec 10, 2003 6 out of 10 60
Jeuxvideo.com Dreamcast Dec 24, 1999 11 out of 20 55
Planet Dreamcast Dreamcast Nov 17, 1999 4.5 out of 10 45


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German version

In the German version, all blood effects were removed.


This was the last WWE (then WWF) game to be produced by Acclaim. Soon after the game was released, Acclaim lost their WWF license to THQ. Shortly thereafter, Acclaim begun producing wrestling games based on the now-defunct ECW (whose assets are, ironically, owned by WWE).

Motion capture

The motion capture actors for the characters in this game were none other than the Hardy Boyz.

Owen Hart

After the death of WWF superstar Owen Hart, it was rumoured that he would be removed from the game ( it was still in development at the time), however he is kept in the game along with a small tribute to him in the game


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    • Issue 01/2000 – Best N64 Fighting Game in 1999
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