WWF Smackdown: Just Bring It (PS2)
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Using a script or add-on that scans GameFAQs for box and screen images (such as an emulator front-end), while overloading our search engine This product was created before 10 November 2002 when the World Wrestling Federation Entertainment Inc. traded as WWF. This product refers to WWF and carries a WWF logo.
This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sourcesin this section. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. ( December 2011) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) The game also allowed six-man tag team matches, as well as six-man and eight-man battle royals (elimination matches; the latter appearing only in this game). Additionally, this was the first game of the series to give each wrestler two finishing moves, as well as the first to allow editing of the in-game wrestlers' move sets. It received a "Platinum" sales award from the Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA),  indicating sales of at least 300,000 copies in the United Kingdom.  See also [ edit ] Hardy Boyz: Play as the Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy). Just before your tag team title match, it will show Team Extreme (Hardy Boyz and Lita) talking about how excited they are for the match and put their fists together, as they have done on television. The Undertaker: Michael Cole will interview him after Vince announces at WrestleMania that he is the special referee. The Undertaker will simply say that somebody is going to be injured tonight.
To get special intermission sequences in story mode, just choose one of the following wrestlers and follow the path to the WWF Title: What does 15- 1B do? These are single matches, but BigBossman says it's related to King of the Ring mode. Run into a dresser in the dressing room and you will climb it. A wrestler with a top rope move can do it from on top of the dresser.
The controls are similar to the previous game with a few changes for new match types such as Ladder, Tables and Hell in a Cell. ELSPA Sales Awards: Platinum". Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association. Archived from the original on 15 May 2009 . Retrieved 28 September 2017. In Howard Finkel's sound files, there are also references to Ivory's status as representative of the Right to Censor stable (she wears her pre-RTC outfit in the final game). Curiously enough, Fred Durst is only mentioned by name by Finkel; Cole and Tazz refers to Durst as simply "superstar". There are also voice files by Howard Finkel, Cole, and Tazz corresponding to various tag teams and stables not present in the game in any capacity, including the New Age Outlaws, Get Rowdy, Too Cool, 'Lo Down and the Mean Street Posse. The addition of color commentary is perhaps the most notable change that has happened to the series. THQ acquired the voice talents of announcer Michael Cole and WWF Superstar Tazz, who has established himself as a hard-core legend, trainer of WWF prospects, and part-time announcer. Sadly, the commentary, albeit well intentioned, detracts from the experience. The inflection in Michael Cole's, and sometimes Tazz's, play-by-play is far from ideal for stringing together bits of dialogue into coherent sentences. The excited way Cole yells out the names of moves or WWF Superstars contrasts horribly with the tone of the corresponding statements they are attached to. For example, Cole may exclaim "Lita (insert pause) is really a great person." Why he chose to relay this important bit of personal information during a match is not immediately apparent, and the scriptwriter could have easily come up with something more relevant. The same shout may also be repeated several times in a match, and you can get pretty tired of hearing "Irish Whip!" over and over again. Tables, ladders, and chairs, oh my!