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WWF Attitude
Platform:  Gameboy
# of Players:  1
Developer:  Acclaim
Publisher:  Acclaim
Ratings:  Teen
Memory Req.:  
WWF Attitude lives up to the great tradition of fighting games on GB, it's awful. The selection of wrestlers is good. They include all the biggies in the WWF, Stone Cold, Undertaker, etc. If it weren't for the fact that all the wrestlers have the same moves, except their finishing moves, the inclusion of Sable, Al Snow, Val Venis, and Edge might make a difference. There are different modes of play, Challenge, Career Mode, King of the Ring, Cage Match, VS. Mode, Practice and Tag Matches. Unfortunately, the awful control, bad graphics, and terrible gameplay are the same in every mode. The sprites really don't look much different from each other. There are only about six moves for each wrestler, a finisher and a couple moves from the turnbuckle and when your opponent is down.

The computer AI is CHEESY, if it gets behind you (as it frequently does) it will do Atomic Drops until you're ready to be pinned. I found myself button bashing just to stay afloat in the game. I have to admit, I am somewhat of a wrestling game snob, but I even a casual gamer would probably become bored quickly with this one. I WOULD however recommend this as a gift for a little kid who is a rabid wrestling fan. All in all, I wasn't expecting much from this game and it really lived up to it's expectations.

John Cooper

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