Summary: It's amazing to me how ACCLAIM can make a game like Warzone on the N64 and PS1 and make it a decent wrestling game. The only thing some people complained about was the controls being that of a Mortal Kombat style game, which they ignored and kept anyway when they release the games follow up of WWF Attitude.
fun, old-school wrestling! (...admittedly with some flaws)
29 October 2011
Summary: [Note: This review has been edited since it was first posted.] I've noticed that this game has received a lot of negative reviews. No, this game may not be perfect. But I still find it to be very fun. The BEST thing about it is the wrestler selection, which consists of a whopping 73 wrestlers --- none of whom have to be "unlocked" (believe it or not!). This is not a WWE game --- you won't find any John Cena's or Randy Ortons or CM Punks or Rey Mysterio's here.
Summary: The gameplay & Movement is sluggish but no big-time freezes,bugs or anything else that stops the game dead like third one. It lets you create wrestlers without filling up space in your memory card but you can only make 15 caws. In the career mode,you have to make sure you save it or else it won't. It's also a good reminder of the 1990's ECW because there are no count-outs and no-DQs.