Excerpt: Released for the Nintendo 64, WWF No Mercy is the pinnacle of THQ wrestling legacy. It includes an easy to grasp but deep grappling system, a story mode, specialty matches and tons of wrestlers.
Excerpt: Vince McMahon's World Wrestling Federation (WWF) franchise continues to be the money-making phenomenon of 2000-2001. Like it or not, names like The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin are now part of the nation's lexicon, and it's hard to go a night without seeing some sort of WWF-related event on television.
Excerpt: Smell what THQ's been cookin'... If you care nothing about wrestling games, never eat meat, adored the show Dallas and think that Barney the Dinosaur was a "good" influence, then you will stop reading this review right now. Since you're still here, I'll assume you're a meat-eating, Barney bashing roughneck...and a wrestling fan to boot. And boy, does THQ have a surprise for you.
Pros: Good follow-up to, Smooth graphics, Lots of new stuff, Some of which actually isn't very new, Some of which is cheap
Excerpt: WWF No Mercy seem to comes as close to providing a complete WWF wrestling experience as you can get without laying out in the squared circle and receiving a People’s Elbow or a full on body-slam.