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What can you say about a wrestling game? Most are typical bang-wham-pow beat-them-up-real-good kind of games. WWF In Your House is no exception.
Didn't you just love WWF - Wrestlemania? Well, this is the next WWF game, and it's supposed to improve on all the things that Wrestlemania was lacking. They claim that the gameplay has improved and that the wrestlers have moves that rival those in Mortal Kombat. But don't believe it! The game deserves nothing more than a 2 in my opinion – and I believe I'm being generous.
The gameplay and the graphics are worse. There are little WWF signs appearing all over the ring (don't collect the red ones – they'll stun you). In addition to your moves, you also possess secret weapons, such as bat-like weapons that seem to shoot lightning flashes at your opponent. A strange innovation for a wrestling match, I’m sure you’ll agree. However, the game does have some fun features, like an internet multiplayer function, which does have some appeal. But it doesn’t quite make up for the general lack of gameplay. I have included a list of moves, but some of the moves are missing, e.g. pressing Super Kick + Super Punch enables you to pick up your opponent.
To conclude, don't expect too much from this one. But that's just my opinion. Why don’t you play it yourself and see?