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It’s Wrestlemania Season and why not take a stroll down memory lane by remembering some of the best games WWE/WWF has given us over the last decade.
WWE Attitude, 1999 (Acclaim)
Despite the graphics, what was fun about this game was the 40 playable characters. There was blood, weapons as well as a career mode.
WWE Allstars, 2011 (THQ)
Prior to Wrestlmania XXVII, Allstars pitted its roster against legends with a retro feel and an exaggerated moveset. You can see Big Show vs. Hulk Hogan or Randy Savage vs Triple H.
WWF Superstars, 1989 (Technos)
The plot of this game centers around climbing the team ranks with two performers in order to earn a shot at Ted Dibiase and Andre The Great. There is chair bashing and even fun entrances.
WWF RAW, 1994, (Acclaim)
This game was released for the Sega Genesis. This was a fast-paced game where we can see Luna Vachon vs. The Undertake or see Diesel and Shawn Michaels work their way towards the Royal Rumble.
WWF Smackdown 2: Know Your Role 2000 (THQ)
Kurt Angle, Rikishi and Taxx all make their WWE gaming debuts in this game. This game features a ladder match as well as Hell in the Cell.
WWE ’13, 2012 (THQ)
WWE ’13 is the second game without the Smackdown branding in over a decade for the Playstation. It features an Attitude mode from Montreal to Steve Austin’s 1st WWF Championship among it’s game modes.
WWE 2K14, 2013 (2K Sports)
Expands on WWE ’13. It packs over 30 years of history into one game. It’s one ofthe best WWE games in the last decade hands down.
WWF No Mercy, 2000 (THQ)
This game was released for the Nintendo 64. You can swing chairs and propel off the top rope. On the roster is a crazy bunch of characters. Mayhem.