The greatest wrestling game ever created! Tons of game modes, including Cage Match, Road to Wrestlemania, Create a PPV, and more! Create and bet WWF Championship belts with your friends. Over 50 of the top WWF superstars, more than any other WWF ga..
WWF War Zone is here for your N64, featuring the top superstars in the World Wrestling Federation! Signature and finishing moves unique to each wrestler. Specialized matches including Steel Cage Match. Four-player action with Tag Team, Tornado, War..
Get RAW like never before! It's the ultimate 32X ringside slugfest: next-generation graphics, upgraded sound f/x, the hottest WWF superstars, mat-pounding new moves like the high impact powerslam, all new pins like the in-you-face "showboat" and mo..
Jump into the ring with the biggest, baddest jambronis around and experience brutal WWF action never before seen in a console game! Over 65 WWF superstars, all-new Ladder matches, and all-new Double-Team moves, like the Dudley 3D Deathdrop! Take on..
Now featuring over 40 of your favorite WWF superstars! Customize your own wrestler's move sets and costumes. Over 20 game modes including all-new specialty matches. Real-life WWF entrances and theme songs. Wrestle your way to the title in an all-ne..
Wrestling may just be the all American sport. Basketball is from Canada, baseball is a variation (of sorts) of cricket, football is a variation (of sorts) of rugby, and hockey is so Canadian that you can't help but say 'eh' after saying it aloud.
I've got to admit, I've reviewed a bunch of wrestling titles and without exception, they're always deeply flawed creatures. Sometimes they've got a few bright shining jewels, but on the whole, I can't say as I've found a title I'd really recommend...
With the relative popularity of wrestling, as a spectator sport goes, it amazes me how often the gameplay in your average wrestling title fails to live up to even cursory standards, often being a maze of ill timed button mashing and inane combo mov..