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WWF Raw (Windows)

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    The top-rated show on cable, RAW is now available in players' living rooms, backed by the power of Xbox. Gamers can experience the most brutal wrestling action ever seen, as they square off with more than 45 of World Wrestling Entertainment's toughest Superstars, including The Rock™, Stone Cold Steve Austin™, The Undertaker®, and Triple H™. Grab a tag-team partner and wreak serious havoc on other wrestlers, take on up to four competitors in the ring at once, or go head to head with your foes in a Hardcore match.

    Exclusive to the Xbox video game system from Microsoft Corp. and developed by Anchor, WWE Raw captures the look and feel of World Wrestling Entertainment-with highly detailed graphics and authentic TV-style presentation, including Superstar ring entrances and theme music.

    • TV-style presentation, with in-game cutaway scenes and Double Feature replays.
    • Dynamic lighting effects and fully scaled arenas.
    • Authentic Superstar entrances, complete with full TitanTron™ videos.
    • Thousands of move animations, including Superstar signature moves.
    • The ability to assault opponents and interfere with them on their way to the ring.
    • Superstar mode for creating the ultimate wrestler.
    • A variety of match types, including title matches with four Superstars in the ring at once and King of the Ring tournaments.
    • Enhanced multiplayer capabilities, including four-player Tag Team, Handicap, and Triple-Threat match variations.

    Contributed by havoc of smeg (15373) on Oct 12, 2010.

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    Bone-Shattering Finishing Moves

    Authentic Superstar Entrances

    Play As Top WWF Superstars

    Assault Opponents On The Way To The Ring

    Compete In A Variety Of Match Types

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69754) on Dec 12, 2002.