Excerpt: When THQ has lost the WCW license (thank heaven), EA quickly nabbed it. People trusted EA with the game, and they all knew that EA wouldn't mess it all up, like THQ did. Now it looks like EA has gained a lot more trust, and have proven themselves worthy of creating a very good wrestling game. THQ was never quite successful with making anything right with any of their WCW games. And the company wanted to change all of that after it took the WCW license.
Excerpt: Ah yes, WCW 's answer to WWF Attitude. Guess what - WCW wins. The graphics are probably the best I've seen in a wrestling game (of course, that's not saying much). The intro music is great, and aside from a few glitches (no rope bends, hands disappearing through opponent's bodies, and such) the graphics are okay. And, since it is PlayStation, the crowd has no depth or detail, but all the action's in the ring anyway.
Excerpt: WCW has lost a lot of momentum in the war with the WWF. This is true in terms of TV ratings as well as the videogame representations of each organization. While the WWF has had two successful back-to-back videogames with WWF Warzone and WWF Attitude , the WCW has languished with WCW Nitro , WCW/NWO Thunder and WCW/NWO Revenge .