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WWF Attitude

MobyRank MobyScore
Dreamcast
58
2.9
Nintendo 64
76
2.9
PlayStation
82
3.1

User Reviews

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Dreamcast 8 2.9
Nintendo 64 9 2.9
PlayStation 12 3.1
Combined MobyScore 29 3.0


The Press Says

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96
Nintendo 64Nintendojo
A great damn game that has all of the atmosphere and excitement of the WWF! It's a shame that this is Acclaim studios last WWF game but they are working on others... As for Attitude, don't hesitate to pick this funky number up. Because come November it's going to become hard to track down thanks to the legal harang of licenses! Attitude is a shitload of fun and a barrel of laughs as it takes itself in the same vein as the entertainment it represents!
95
PlayStationAbsolute Playstation
To every wrestling fan out there, this is a must have. In fact with the options, detail, and overall depth of the game Acclaim's Attitude is great for wrestling fans and non-fans alike. A single player will enjoy the career and exhibition modes. Multiple players will enjoy the various ways you can kick someone's butt. Enjoy this one over and over. I introduce to you the new standard of wrestling games today, the new heavyweight champion of the world, WWF Attitude. To all the gamers out there, I've got two words for you. "PLAY IT"!!!
91
PlayStationGame Revolution
For better or worse, pro wrestling is here to stay. Whether you're a hardcore fan who knows the difference between Goldust and Goldberg or just a game geek looking for the next big thing, go pick up WWF Attitude. You won't be let down, though you might... Suck It!
90
PlayStationAdrenaline Vault, The (AVault)
Much as I hate to admit it, being a longtime fan of the WCW games, Acclaim has just about converted me with their latest offering. I’d be remiss in my duties if I didn’t tell you that despite the minor troubles it has, WWF Attitude is the best wrestling game that can be found for the PlayStation and has become the new benchmark for titles of this sort. Like the famous wrestler Ric Flair once said, “To be the man, you’ve got to beat the man,” and without a doubt, WWF Attitude just unseated the reigning champion.
90
Nintendo 64Game industry News (GiN)
Wrestling fans will think they've died and gone to Heaven (or at least Debra's bedroom) with this game, but I would advise non-wrestling fans against buying it. Fans of regular sports games just won't appreciate the level of detail and will come away with nowhere near as good of a gaming experience.
87
Nintendo 64IGN
Attitude was so hyped that when it finally came out we kind of felt a sense of relief and detachment since so much about this game had been covered already. The end result though, is quite a game. The sound of Attitude is going to be hard to beat. Both WCW Mayhem and Wrestlemania 2000 are going to have to work to come up with the same depth and detail of audio that Attitude has. Playing the game is a lot more fun than Warzone because of the better looking characters and audio components. As we said the Create-a-Wrestler is excellent plain and simple. The question is, which wrestling game do you get out of the big three coming out this fall? I'd have to say Attitude is the way to go if you simply can't wait and have been wanting this one all summer. It lives up to the hype. If you're undecided though I'd definitely wait for the final versions of both Wrestlemania and Mayhem since each of these games will have their respective strengths that will appeal to wrestling fans.
84
PlayStationGamezilla
This is a fun game that is made better by all of the freedom you are given to create wrestlers and matches to fit your style. The actual gameplay is not that much different from last year so I can't say that it is a must buy if you already own Warzone but if you don't, this is a solid purchase.
83
PlayStationIGN
Like it or not, wrestling is here in the biggest way. Thankfully, Acclaim is here too, taking it seriously, and providing gamers with a phenomenal selection of modes and creative alternatives in WWF Attitude.
81
PlayStationGameSpot
Perhaps the best way to view WWF Attitude is to look at it like a sports game. Every year, various companies pump out slightly upgraded versions of the same sports game with new rosters, a handful of new modes, and retouched graphics - and people really don't seem to mind one bit. Attitude succeeds because War Zone was an excellent wrestling game. But if you're fed up with War Zone, Attitude won't be the revolutionary new product you're after. It is, however, an extremely solid wrestling game that captures a lot of the atmosphere of the weekly circus that is the World Wrestling Federation, and Attitude packs a punch in the gameplay department, as well, and as a result, belongs in any wrestling fan's collection.
80
Nintendo 64GameSpot
Perhaps the best way to view WWF Attitude is to look at it like a sports game. Every year, various companies pump out slightly upgraded versions of the same sports game with new rosters, a handful of new modes, and retouched graphics - and people really don't seem to mind one bit. Attitude succeeds because War Zone was an excellent wrestling game. But if you're fed up with War Zone, Attitude won't be the revolutionary new product you're after. It is, however, an extremely solid wrestling game that captures a lot of the atmosphere of the weekly circus that is the World Wrestling Federation, and Attitude packs a punch in the gameplay department, as well, and as a result, belongs in any wrestling fan's collection.
75
DreamcastGame Revolution
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!!!!
72
DreamcastNowGamer
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.
70
PlayStationGamePro (US)
Acclaim follows up the successful WWF War Zone with WWF Attitude, a game which takes the features that made War Zone so popular and improves them.
69
DreamcastSports Gaming Network
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).
60
Nintendo 64All Game Guide
Overall, WWF Attitude is a decent game. Wrestling games are tough to pull off because of the sport's mobile nature. The game needs to cover so many different angles, and cramming it all in is hard. WWF Attitude is not the worst wrestling game for N64. Actually, it's one of the best. Unfortunately, that's not very good.
60
PlayStationJeuxvideo.com
L'exhaustivité est de rigueur pour ce titre qui s'assure l'intégralité de la WWF dans ses moindres détails. Tous les aspects du jeu sont réunis mais les combats en eux-mêmes manquent sincèrement de fignolage. La licence ne fait pas tout messieurs.
60
DreamcastDigital Press - Classic Video Games
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.
55
DreamcastJeuxvideo.com
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.
45
DreamcastPlanet Dreamcast
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.
42
Nintendo 64Gaming Age
A flawed game, but definitely not terrible. I recommend trying out both WWF Attitude and WWF Wrestlemania 2000 through a friend or rental store and comparing the two to your personal tastes. Both have their good, and both have their bad.
30
Nintendo 64Digital Press - Classic Video Games
You have to feel sorry for anyone who buys this game looking for an accurate representation of WWF action. Without the license attached to the games box, this one would quickly end up in bargain bins (in a perfect world this would happen anyway). If you're lucky enough and haven't been sucked in yet, wait around for Wrestlemania 2000 by THQ.
25
DreamcastThe Video Game Critic
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.