According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence
Parents should be aware that this is a WWF licensed product and for parents who have been living in a cave and think WWF stands for World Wildlife Fund rather than World Wrestling Federation, you can expect the same level of gratuitous low-brow violence, sexism, exploitation that enters into millions of homes on a weekly basis. The content in the videogame isn't as raw as in live-venues, but it still similar.
For long-time fans of the Smackdown series, I can't wholeheartedly recommend Just Bring It. The Create-A-Wrestler feature has an unbelievable amount of depth, but without an engaging single-player story mode, it all feels wasted. There just isnt enough good stuff here.
For pro-wrestling fans that are new to the series and must add a wrestling title to their PlayStation 2 collection, there isn't much competition out there and you can't really go wrong with Just Bring It since its game engine is a proven one.
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