Advertising BlurbsBack of Box - N64 (US):
- All New Ladder Match
- Take on the entire Federation in Survial Mode
- Take the action out of the ring in 10 different Backstage Areas
- All New Double Team Moves like the Dudley 3D Deathdrop
- Over 65 WWF Superstars
Wreak Havoc on the FederationJump into the ring with the biggest, baddest jabronis around and experience brutal WWF action never before seen in a console game.
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4618) on Jun 13, 2007.
THQ's Asmik-coded wrestling Paks have been top-sellers since the early days of the N64 platform, and the Y2K entry looks to be no exception. New features like a Smackdown Mall and old faves like that terrific World Wrestling Federation license and slap-happy control peg No Mercy as the 1,000-pound gorilla of brawlers.
Solo players can go for a variety of belts in Championship. In Survival mode, you command a superstar through a stunning gauntlet of 100 wrestlers.
Multiplayer modes include:
Royal Rumble: Four wrestlers battle at a time. As one is eliminated, another enters the ring. As many as 40 wrestlers can get in on the fun.
Pay Per View: Recreate historic shows or invent an all-new one. You can name the event and set the date, location, number of matches and match types.
King of the Ring: Three to 16 wrestlers tussle for the King of the Ring crown. The formats are Single Match, Tag Match, Cage Match, Ladder: Single and Ladder: Tag.
Guest Referee: A selected superstar tries to be as fair and impartial as Solomon. Yeah, right.
Ladder Match: Be the first to scamper up the ladder and claim the championship belt.
Ironman Match: The winner is the one with the most falls before the bell sounds.
THQ's second World Wrestling Federation and fifth wrestling game for the N64 features enhanced customization options and a whopping 80 snarling gladiators.
You can create your own superstar, purchase duds and other spiffy stuff with your earnings in the Smackdown Mall, then store your personal champion in a Controller Pak for easy portability.
World Wrestling Federation: No Mercy offers five difficulty levels and allows each player to freely reconfigure his or her Controller.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (53679) on May 20, 2005.