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|System(s): Sega Dreamcast|
|Publisher: Acclaim Sports|
|Developer: Acclaim Studios Salt Lake City|
|Licensor: World Wrestling Federation Entertainment|
|Peripherals supported: Visual Memory Unit|
|Number of players: 1-4|
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WWF Attitude is a wrestling game developed by Acclaim Studios Salt Lake City and published by Acclaim Entertainment under the Acclaim Sports banner for the Sega Dreamcast. It is an enhanced port of a game also released on the PlayStation and Nintendo 64. A game of the same name was also released on the Game Boy Color.
This is the first polygonal WWF game released on a Sega system. It is also the last WWF game to be published by Acclaim Entertainment.
Several Buttons are used. There are buttons to Block, Tieup (grab), Kick, Punch, Target Opponent, and Sidestep. He tieup button is used frequently as there are several grab moves. Combinations of buttons trigger various attacks and grab moves. The objective of the game is to reduce the opponents energy and complete the objective of each match. The objective of each match depends on the mode selected. Some matches allow weapon use while others require climbing a cage to escape the ring before the opponent, while others simply require pinning a player when their health is low.
Game Modes include: Career Mode, Tag Team Career Mode, Versus Mode, Tag Team, WAR, Lumberjack Match, Stable Match, Survivor Series, Gauntlet, Tag Gauntlet, Tornado, Tornado Gauntlet, Triple Threat, Triangle Match, Royal Rumble, Battle Royal, One on Two, and One on Three. Game Mode Options include: Hardcore match, Cage match, Last Man Standing, and Falls Anywhere. Win Modifiers include: First Blood, I Quit, Iron Man, Toughman Match, Finisher Only, and 2 out of 3 Falls. Depending on which of these are selected the rules for the game change.
There are also extensive creation modes. This includes Create-A-Stable, Pay-Per-View mode, Customizable Arena, and the Create-A-Wrestler mode. The Create-A-Wrestler mode can be used to add recognizable characters and wrestlers to the game.
- Al Snow
- Bad Ass Billy Gun
- D'lo Brown
- Double J Jeff Jarrett
- Dr. Death
- Ken Shamrock
- Mark Henry
- Owen Hart
- Stone Cold Steve Austin
- Steve Blackman
- The Big Bossman
- The Godfather
- The Road Dogg
- The Rock
- The Undertaker
- "Too Sexy" Brian Christopher
- Triple H
- Val Venis
- Jerry "The King" Lawler
- Marc Mero
- Paul Bearer
- Sgt. Slaughter
- Shawn Michaels
- Taka Michinoku
The Dreamcast version has improved graphics compared to other versions with higher-resolution texture maps. The crowd is also better animated and less pixelated.
- Main article: WWF Attitude/Magazine articles.
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- Press release: 1999-11-09: Acclaim Sports Ships WWF Attitude for the Sega Dreamcast
- Dreamcast Magazine, "No. 3" (UK; 1999-11-25), page 71
- DC-UK, "December 1999" (UK; 1999-11-22), page 32
- Revista Oficial Dreamcast, "Enero 2000" (ES; 1999-12-20), page 41
- Arcade, "December 1999" (UK; 1999-11-01), page 101
- Dreamcast Monthly, "January 2000" (UK; 1999-12-16), page 66
- Dreamcast: Le Magazine Officiel, "Décembre 1999/Janvier 2000" (FR; 1999-12-xx), page 100
- Electronic Gaming Monthly, "January 2000" (US; 1999-12-07), page 224
- Entsiklopediya igr dlya Dreamcast, "Izdaniye chetvertoye, dopolnennoye" (RU; 2002-xx-xx), page 300
- GamePro, "January 2000" (US; xxxx-xx-xx), page 112
- Gamers' Republic, "January 2000" (US; 1999-12-19), page 106
- Official Dreamcast Magazine, "December 1999" (UK; 1999-11-11), page 88
- Official Dreamcast Magazine, "January 2000" (US; 1999-12-05), page 105
|WWF franchise games for Sega systems|
|WWF WrestleMania: Steel Cage Challenge (1992)|
|WWF Super WrestleMania (1992) | WWF Royal Rumble (1993) | WWF Raw (1995)|
|WWF Rage in the Cage (1994)|
|WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game (1996) | WWF In Your House (1997)|
|WWF Attitude (1999)|
|WWF Royal Rumble (2000)|