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    FAQ/Move List by DreThug

    Version: 1.1 | Updated: 12/12/99 | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

    WWF Attitude
    FAQ/Movelist
    Version 1.1
    12/12/99
    E-Mail: DreThug@hotmail.com
    
    Sections:
    1. Introduction 
    2. Update History
    3. The Wrestlers
    4. Controls
    5. Moves
    6. Codes
    7. Personal Review
    8. Credits 
    9. Legal Information 
    
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    1. Introduction
    ---------------------------------
    Welcome to my WWF Attitude FAQ for Dreamcast.  This is the only FAQ for WWF 
    Attitude for the Dreamcast console.  I will be making numerous updates weekly.  
    If you have looked at other Dreamcast FAQs you probably know who I am because I 
    have made many FAQs for Dreamcast.  
    
    
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    2. Update History
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    December 12, 1999 - Sorry for the rush Version 1.0.  I have added my Personal 
    Review on this game.  Also, I have added a Update History section.  I have also 
    fixed some minor errors and made the Controls a lot easier to read.
    
    December 8, 1999 - Version 1.0 is released. 
    
    
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    3. The Wrestlers
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    Here I have listed all the wrestlers in the game.
    
    1.)  Gangrel
    2.)  B.A. Billy Gunn
    3.)  Steve Blackman
    4.)  Big Bossman
    5.)  Bradshaw
    6.)  Christian
    7.)  Chyna  (hidden character)
    8.)  D'Lo Brown
    9.)  Dr. Death
    10.) Droz
    11.) Edge
    12.) Farooq
    13.) Godfather
    14.) Goldust
    15.) Head  (hidden character)
    16.) Owen Hart
    17.) HHH
    18.) Mark Henry
    19.) Jacqueline  (hidden character)
    20.) Jeff Jarrett
    21.) Kane
    22.) Kurrgan  (hidden character)
    23.) Jerry "The King" Lawler
    24.) Mankind
    25.) Marc Mero (hidden character)
    26.) Shawn Michaels (hidden character)
    27.) Taka Michinoku (hidden character)
    28.) Mosh
    29.) Paul Bearer (hidden character)
    30.) Road Dogg
    31.) The Rock (hidden character)
    32.) Sable
    33.) Sgt. Slaughter (hidden character)
    34.) Ken Shamrock
    35.) Al Snow
    36.) Stone Cold Steve Austin
    37.) Test
    38.) Thrasher
    39.) Too Sexy
    40.) Undertaker
    41.) Val Venis
    42.) X-Pac
    
    
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    4. Controls
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    The controls for this game are very easy to learn. The DC controler is an 
    excellent controler to play Attitude with. It is easier to pull of the moves 
    then with the N64's and the PSX's controllers.
    
    Y.....................Punch
    B.....................Tie up
    A.....................Block
    X.....................Kick
    Start.................Pause/ Options Screen
    R.....................HOLD to run
    L.................... HOLD to pick up weapons/ TAP to cycle attention from one 
    player to the next
    Analog Pad............TAP left to leave the ring/ climb/ TAP right to dodge
    Directional Pad.......Move around
    A + B + Y + X + START.Return to the title screen
    
    
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    5. Moves
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    Here are the moves for the wrestlers.
    
    FINISHING MOVES- CAN ONLY BE PULLED OFF IF YOUR OPPONENTS HEALTH METER IS IN RED
    TRADEMARK MOVES- CAN ONLY BE PULLED OFF IF YOUR OPPONENTS HEALTH METER IS IN A 
    SHADE OF YELLOW OR RED
    
    
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    Gangrel
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    Standing Moves
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    SIDE BELLY TO BELLY SUPLEX- LEFT, RIGHT, B
    
    SNAPMARE- UP, DOWN, Y
    
    CRUCIFIX PIN- LEFT, UP, X
    
    OVER HEAD BELLY SUPLEX- LEFT, DOWN, X
    
    IMPLANT DDT (FINISHING MOVE)- UP, DOWN, X
    
    TREE OF WOE (IN CORNER)- UP, DOWN, Y
    
    DROPKICK (ON THE TURNBUCKLE) P + B
    
    Tie Up Moves
    ------------------------
    POWER BOMB- LEFT, LEFT, DOWN, B
    
    T-BONE SUPLEX- LEFT, UP, X
    
    FISHERMAN'S SUPLEX- LEFT, Y
    
    CHESTBREAKER- LEFT, Y
    
    FLOATOVER VERTICAL SUPLEX (TRADEMARK MOVE)- LEFT, B
    
    Tie Up From Behind Moves
    ------------------------
    REVERSE VERTICAL SUPLEX- UP, DOWN, X
    
    SLEEPING NECKBREAKER- LEFT, B
    
    NECKBREAKER LEFT, Y
    
    ROLLING PRAWN HOLD- LEFT, X
    
    Opponent Down Moves
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    TOEHOLD HALF GRAB (BY HEAD)- UP, DOWN, UP, Y
    
    ELEVATED CRAB (BY LEGS)- LEFT, RIGHT, RIGHT, X
    
    KAMLKAZI HEADBUTT (ON TOP TURNBUCKLE)- Y+B
    
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    B.A. Billy Gunn
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    Standing Moves
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    RUNNING KNEE HIT- LEFT, UP, Y
    
    GORILLA PRESS SLAM- LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, Y 
    
    SIDEWALK SLAM- LEFT, DOWN, X
    
    FRONT BACKBREAKER- UP, DOWN, B
    
    FAME ASSER (FINISHING MOVE)- LEFT, RIGHT, DOWN, Y 
    
    POWER SLAM (OPPONENT WHIPPED)- B
    
    OVERHEAD PRESS (IN CORNER)- UP, UP, Y
    
    ASS KISSER (IN CORNER) (TRADEMARK MOVE)- UP, UP, X
    
    Tie Up Moves
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    HANGING POWERSLAM- UP, DOWN, B
    
    HANGING VERTICAL SUPLEX- UP, DOWN, X
    
    BULLDOG- LEFT, B
    
    INVERTED ATOMIC DROP- LEFT, Y
    
    NECKBREAKER- LEFT, X
    
    Tie Up From Behind Moves
    ------------------------
    REVERSE VERTICAL SUPLEX- UP, DOWN, X
    
    REVERSE DDT- LEFT, B
    
    SLEEPER HOLD- LEFT, Y
    
    ROLL UP PIN- LEFT, X
    
    Opponent Down Moves
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    FLIPOVER NECK WHIP (BY HEAD)- UP, DOWN, Y
    
    KNEE DROP (BY HEAD)- LEFT, RIGHT, RIGHT, X
    
    STEPOVER TOEHOLD (BY LEGS)- Y+B
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    Steve Blackman
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    Standing Moves
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    REVERSE TIGER SUPLEX- LEFT, UP, X
    
    HURRICANRANA- LEFT, UP, B 
    
    SNAPMARE- LEFT, RIGHT, Y
    
    SPINE BUSTER- UP, DOWN, Y
    
    SMALLPACKAGE- UP, DOWN, X
    
    DROP TOE HOLD- LEFT, DOWN, X
    
    PUMP KICK (FINISHING MOVE)- LEFT, DOWN, B 
    
    TACKLE WITH PUNCHES (WHILE RUNNING)- B
    
    POWER SLAM (OPPONENT WHIPPED)- B
    
    FOUR KICK COMBO (IN CORNER)(TRADEMARK MOVE)- UP, UP, B
    
    MISSILE DROP KICK (ON TOP TURNBUCKLE)- Y + B
    
    Tie Up Moves
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    OVERHEAD BELLY SUPLEX- LEFT, B
    
    THREE KNEE COMBO- UP, LEFT, Y
    
    BACKBREAKER- LEFT, X
    
    Tie Up From Behind Moves
    ------------------------
    BEAST CHOKER- LEFT, Y
    
    ROLLING PRAWN DIVE HOLD- LEFT, X
    
    Opponent Down Moves
    ------------------------
    SCISSORED SLEEPER (BY HEAD)- UP, DOWN, Y
    
    LEG LOCK (BY LEGS)- LEFT, RIGHT, DOWN, B
    
    SPINNING TOEHOLD (BY LEGS)- UP, DOWN, Y
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    The other moves will come soon.
    
    
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    6. Codes
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    Thanks to GameSages (www.gamesages.com) for supplying these codes.
    
    Career Mode Bonuses 
    Win the following events in Career mode with any wrestler (on any difficulty 
    setting) to unlock wrestlers and bonuses.
    
    
    European Title
    Additional items in "Create a Wrestler" mode
    Squeak mode (high-pitched voices)
    Wrestle as "Jeff" the Trainer
    
    Intercontinental Title
    Additional attributes in "Create a Wrestler" mode
    Big Head mode
    
    King of the Ring (pay-per-view event)
    Wrestle as Kurrgan and Taka Michinoku
    
    Royal Rumble (pay-per-view event)
    Wrestle as Jerry Lawler and Paul Bearer
    
    Summer Slam (pay-per-view event)
    Wrestle as Sgt. Slaughter and Shawn Michaels
    
    WWF Heavyweight Title
    Beep mode (censors foul language)
    Ego mode (as wrestlers gain/loose momentum, the size of their heads 
    swells/shrinks)
    Wrestle as Head, Al Snow's dummy
    
    
    Extra T-shirts 
    To get an additional shirt, place a logo onto a blank one. (Note: This works 
    particularly well on black Ts with "Attitude" tattooed on them.) 
    
    
    Fake Stun 
    To pretend to be stunned by your opponent, press Dodge button while they are 
    pounding on you. 
    
    
    Royal Rumble Elimination 
    With your back to the ropes, perform a Back Body Drop on your opponent to 
    eliminate them from the Royal Rumble. 
    
    
    Taunts 
    To taunt your opponent(s) during a match, hold Kick + Tie-up and press either 
    Up, Left, Down, or Right. 
    
    
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    7. Personal Review
    ---------------------------------
    My brother decided to get this game for his report card. I decided to play with 
    him the first time, and I loved it. Although, I played the PSX version of 
    Attitude for hours, I enjoyed this game a lot more. Maybe because the graphics 
    were more polished, or maybe because I didn't play Attitude for like 2 months. 
    Gameplay: 10/10 - This game has everything. The Create-A-Wrestler mode is so 
    cool. You can make people you know, other wrestlers, or even yourself. The 
    Career Mode will be a challenged for some people and it takes a long time to 
    beat. This game supports 4 players so you can always have four player fun when 
    you are playing this game. 
    
    Graphics - 7/10 - This game is not up to Dreamcast standards. Am I playing on 
    Nintendo 64 or Dreamcast here? The graphics are exactly the same except the 
    people look a little better and the ropes are nicer looking. That's about it. 
    
    Sound - 9/10 - This game has so many wrestlers themes in it it's fun just to 
    listen to the music. Although some of the themes are old, they are still fun to 
    listen to. The two announcers (Jerry the King Lawler and Shane McMahon) are 
    great to listen to. 
    
    Replay Value - 10/10 - Once you beat the Career Mode you probably won't play 
    that anymore. But this game has almost every kind of match you want. First 
    blood, weapons, cage, survivor series, tag team, and a lot more. This game will 
    never get old when you have friends over. Actually it will, when the next good 
    wrestling game comes out. 
    
    Overall - 9/10 - If you have Attitude for Nintendo 64 or Playstation you 
    shouldn't buy this game. If you don't have Attitude you should really buy this 
    game. It's a great game to play and probably the best or second best wrestling 
    game on the market. 
    
    
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    8. Credits
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    GameSages.com for supplying the codes.
    
    
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    9. Legal Information
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    This FAQ is for private use only.  It may not be sold nor used in anyway to earn 
    a profit.  You may not use this on your website without my written permission. 
    Copyright 1999.
    
    

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