According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Realistic Violence, Suggestive Themes
For parents who don't mind their kids watching WWF on TV, they shouldn't really have any problems with the actual content of this game, but younger players may be daunted by the elaborateness of the options and controls. Otherwise, the only other thing to keep in mind is that this game, as with all the recent Acclaim Sports games, the instructional manuals are horribly inadequate considering how detailed these games can be. So be sure to pick up some Internet FAQs or any other strategy guides you can find.
For hardcore fans that think wrestling is 'life', stop whatever you are doing right now and pick up this game. It is your calling card, your swan song, your ticket! With an unreal amount of options like being able to create your own stadium and pay-per-view venue, WWF Attitude is the most comprehensive wrestling video game ever made. For fans who want a less complex wrestling game, try THQ's NWO Revenge or THQ's WWF Wrestlemania 2000.
PlayStation owners will be happy to know that not only will they be graced with a snazzy full-motion video intro and marginally better voice samples, but the graphics produced by their aging hardware is only minimally inferior to the superb high-resolution Nintendo 64 version.
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