Well I have. As far as WWF games go, I'd have to say it's better than the Smackdown series, but not as good as AKI's No Mercy/Wrestlemania 2000. It actually feels like a deranged cross between the two of them...
One thing it's got over everything else are the graphics. They're just absolutely amazing. Watching wrestlers entrances is just like watching them on TV, they even have random camera angles. This game has dozens upon dozens of items to bash your opponents with too. Some of the things I've found so far include a garbage can, a nightstick, Steve Blackman's karate sticks, a golf club, the clangy pipes, dozens of chairs, and most importantly Mae Young's Plastic Hand! There's also lots of items you can find during a match and wear. On my quest for the Hardcore title, I had the Undertaker wearing a knit cap, a pair of Christian's glasses, Angle's medals, and the Womens title which I all found laying around or stole off of a wrestler.
Unfortunately for this game, it doesn't have an updated roster. Hell, it's still got K-Kwick and Haku. No alliance wresters at all, which means no Booker T, RVD, or Hurricane in this game There's also no story or season mode, leaving you with little to do other than singles matches; no cage, no cell, no ladder matches, no table matches, no blood. Another minor problem is the controls, but some people are telling me I just need to get used to them so I really don't want to complain about them yet.
The greatest thing about this game you ask? Why it's the WWF Museum, which lets me view full titan trons and entrance songs of all the wrestlers in the game!
Christian! Christian! At last, you're on, your ownnnnn!
Edit: And since I've played this morning I've had the music cut out on me twice. I don't know whether to blame X-Box, or the run on glitchy WWF games we've been getting since No Mercy...
(edited by El Pescado on 14.2.02 0738)
The King: "Are you bilingual?"
HHH: "I'm bi- a lot of things, but lingual's not one of them...Ummm, did I mean to say that?"
JR: "Probably not, but we're live"
The most important thing (to me, at least) is how is the CAW mode, if there is one?
'cause if there isn't, well... then what's the real point of the whole thing? It'll just be another nothing title like Royal Rumble for the Dreamcast. A wrestling game without CAW just doesn't fly any more.
Kansas-born and deeply ashamed The last living La Parka Marka: HE raised the briefcase!