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Game Review: WWF Royal Rumble (2000)

Royal Rumble is almost always overshadowed by the more famous WWF games on PS1 and N64. Mind you, there's a good reason why: Royal Rumble is nowhere near as good as any of its three counterparts from that year, but that isn't to say that it's a completely bad game.

Game Review: WWF War Zone

If you can appreciate it for what it is, nearly 20 years later, War Zone remains one of the most fun wrestling games ever, and a vital chapter in the history of wrestling - and especially WWF/WWE - videogames.

Game Review: WWF Attitude

Although it hasn't aged well, WWF Attitude remains a milestone in the history of wrestling videogames, and a good climax to the final era before the THQ era for WWF/WWE videogames.

Game Review: WWF WrestleMania 2000

WrestleMania 2000 was awesome, and a perfect snapshot of wrestling's greatest ever era.

Game Review: WWF No Mercy

It wasn't quite flawless, but it was as close to perfection as one would expect; if the modern WWE 2K titles were as good as No Mercy, no fans would ever be complaining. A phenomenal wrestling game that all diehard fans should play.

Game Review: WWF SmackDown!

If you decided to go for SmackDown!, you probably would have had, and still today probably would have, a whale of a time.

Game Review: WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role

Had the near-perfect No Mercy not been released around the same time, this would be even more fondly remembered but, even when you take this into account, Know Your Role was great, and still marked one of the high points of WWF/WWE wrestling games.

Game Review: WWF SmackDown! Just Bring It

Just like the 2001-era WWF in comparison to today's WWE, some fans would much rather have Just Bring It than the modern-day 2K titles. Still, within the series as a whole, Just Bring It comes in somewhere near the bottom.

Game Review: WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth

After three SmackDown! games which had positives but also a fair number of negatives, the fourth title in the series was the first to bring everything together. Every area that had been lacking was addressed, whilst the elements which had been lauded by fans remained in place, resulting in one hell of a wrestling game.

Game Review: WWE SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain

Here Comes The Pain is amongst the elite of wrestling games, and if you don't believe me, get playing it on your PlayStation 2 and you'll soon find yourself realising why Here Comes The Pain is one of the greatest wrestling games, if not the greatest wrestling game, ever made.