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Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
AI How smart (or dumb) you perceive the game's artificial intelligence to be 2.8
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.2
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.2
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.7
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.2
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed 2.7
Overall User Score (12 votes) 3.1

Critic Reviews

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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"!!!
Game Revolution (Aug, 1999)
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!
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.
Mega Fun (Aug, 1999)
WWF Attitude ist im Prinzip die konsequente Fortsetzung zu WWF Warzone. Neben der Wrestleranzahl und der Modi-Vielfalt wurde die Möglichkeit, sich einen eigenen Wrestler zu erstellen, enorm verfeinert. Und das mit Erfolg! Zwar sind Nebensächlichkeiten, wie beispielsweise Einzug der Wrestler, nicht gerade das Gelbe vom Ei, aber das Wichtigste ist hervorragend gelungen: die Steuerung! Bisher konnte nur WWF Warzone eine derart hohe Befehlstreue und Move-Vielfalt aufweisen, die ein jedes Match zum Live-Act machen. Ferner ist die Charakteristik ungeheuer fein ausgefallen. Jeder Wrestler bringt seine individuelle Art und Weise mit in den Ring, und das quittiere wir mit dem Schlussfazit: Klasse!
Video Games (Aug, 1999)
So muß ein gutes Wrestling-Game auf der PlayStation aussehen! Vom motiongecaptureten Einmarsch der Neuzeit-Gladiatoren über die genialen Soundsamples und Original-Musiken bis zur nahezu perfekten Atmosphäre paßt einfach alles. Doch hinter der Aufmachung muß sich das Gameplay keineswegs verstecken: Einfach auszuführende Moves und faire CPU-Gegner sorgen für taktische, aber auch actionbetonte Kämpfe. Abgerundet wird dieses Prachtstück noch mit massig Optionen, nahezu allen nur erdenklichen Match-Varianten und - last but not least - dem genialen Create-a-Player-Modus, der für sich alleine schon für stundenlangen Spaß sorgt. Einen Kritikpunk (wenn es überhaupt einer ist) muß sich WWF Attitude aber doch gefallen lassen: Bis auf die einzigartige Stimmung durch die Original-Lizenz/Kämpfer ist das in der letzten Ausgabe getestete Giant Slam 2 zumindest ebenbürtig und im grafischen Bereich klarerweise noch um einiges besser.
Gamezilla (Sep 07, 1999)
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.
IGN (Aug 05, 1999)
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.
GameSpot (Aug 04, 1999)
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.
GamePro (US) (Nov 24, 2000)
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.
60 (Sep 20, 1999)
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.