Excerpt: Ah Wrestling Games For the Nintendo 64. I remember as a kid playing WWF No Mercy All The Time. I have fond memories of this game. A Company Known as AKI helped develop these wrestling games. 3 Popular wrestling games they created came before this one with similar and interesting gameplay style.
Pros: Great Solid Gameplay Variety In Mode Selection
Great wrestling game, loads to do, different routes can be taken in Championship - good game!
23 March 2011
Excerpt: No Mercy was a huge hit when it came out in 2000. The graphics are pretty sharp for the time, and the gameplay is good - easy to control, but hard to master, as there are moves like block, or reverse which may take a bit of time to master.
Summary: The best wrestling game to hit the N64 since Wrestlemania, No Mercy is huge. There are over 65 wrestlers including the ate Andre The Giant and Shawn Michaels, with a fabulous Create-a-wrestler mode. More options than ever before!
Excerpt: Up until the Smackdown games really started getting their momentum, the N64's No Mercy game was regarded as the best wrestling game ever made. Looking back, it's not so hot, but it's still a great game with many outstanding visuals.
Excerpt: It's been a while since there was a really good wrestling game, but lets not forget the time when there was some great games in the genre. For those than can remember the early THQ published wrestling games on the N64 they will be able to remember a time when wrestling games we're fun to play,...
Excerpt: I have a collection of over 30 wrestling games! The PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, PS1, N64, Super Nintendo and others! Yet even though there have been many games out after the N64, No Mercy is the best game that was EVER brought out!
Excerpt: When THQ developed their engine for WCW/n.W.o. World Tour, we knew they were on to something. A wrestling game without an energy bar…like it should be. Finally, a game where the player couldn’t be whittled down to unconsciousness and pinfall by moves that should never pin a wrestler.
Excerpt: It's obvious, even before No Mercy was released, that AKI dominates the wrestling computer games market, not only in terms of sales but in terms of quality. Acclaim and others have tried and failed, WWF Attitude was appalling, and nothing on the excellent WWF Wrestlemania 2000.
Cons: "Some moves have unrealistic damage ratings"
Excerpt: I am not - and I repeat, NOT! - a fan of professional wrestling. I would love nothing more than to stomp Steve Austin's face, set The Rock on fire, and kick all the rest of the wrestlers' asses at once.
Pros: This game is a lot of fun if you're in the mood to bash somebody .
Cons: This game is weak where content is concerned .