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WWF Attitude (PlayStation)

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Title Screen

WWF Attitude

Developer: Iguana Entertainment
Publisher: Acclaim Entertainment
Platform: PlayStation
Released in US: July 31, 1999
Released in EU: August 20, 1999


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Hmmm...
To do:
Is the late Owen Hart's Blue Blazer costume still in the game? There's supposedly a proto build with Blue Blazer too, verify and dump.

Tits, asses, loose women, loose cannons, 60-year-olds in drag, 77-year-olds giving birth to hands, invading rival companies' turf with tanks, and lots and lots of beer – WWF's Attitude Era had it all. WWF Attitude has none, instead focusing on oily men dancing in a ring.

Who thought that was a good idea?

Sub-Pages

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Unused Match Commentary
Don't doubt Shane McMahon, he's a jam-up guy. He's got seven-and-a-half minutes of unheard songs, impressions, but mostly normal sentences you haven't heard. In two-second chunks.
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Unused Hardcore Commentary
Call the Bushwhackers and tell them it's 1986, Jerry Lawler's got some sheep to herd. Commentary for scrapped weapons, backstage areas, and match chatter.

Unused Graphics

There's nothing in the way of hidden or removed wrestlers, so some unused highlighted diagonals and some HOLD text among the controller pictures will have to suffice.

WWFAttitude-UnusedDiagonals.png

Present among the weapons are these two masks for something that would shine.

WWFAttitude-WeaponEffect.png WWFAttitude-WeaponEffect2.png

Unused Text

The main executable of each release contains a build date.

US Europe Germany
WWF7 PSX
Jul 21 1999 14:27:39
WWF7 PSX
Jul 16 1999 03:38:22
WWF7 PSX
Jul 17 1999 14:53:32

As could be expected, there's lots of leftovers from WWF War Zone. Game2.bin has these that would be displayed on the Titantron at the end of the match, except that DQs and Draws were removed and extremely one-sided bouts no longer recognized.

 Draw By
 Disqualification
 Blowout

Game modes. Hell in a Cell isn't from War Zone, but it isn't implemented even if hacked into the menu for selection. Hell in a Cell would later debut in WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role.

 HYDROGEN WAR
 CAREER TAG GAUNTLET
 HELL IN A CELL

Cheat strings leftover and unimplemented:

 TOGGLE CHEAT15 - TOGGLE CHEAT25
 NO_METER_CHEAT
 REFLECTION_CHEAT
 SHORTY_CHEAT
 BURPFART_CHEAT
 CHEAT10 - CHEAT25

Not leftovers, but inside SMOS1.bin (the Career Mode data) are strings for up to eight players:

 Player 5  Player 6
 Player 7  Player 8

A second Career Mode file, smos2.bin, houses defines for some engine actions, indicating they at some point either had support for the PlayStation Mouse or a PC build:

 SM_ACCEPT  SM_CANCEL
 SM_START  SM_BACKUP
 SM_UP  SM_DOWN
 SM_LEFT  SM_RIGHT
 SM_BUTTON_DOWN  SM_BUTTON_DEBOUNCE
 SM_BUTTON_UP  SM_KEY_DOWN
 SM_KEY_DEBOUNCE  SM_KEY_UP
 SM_MOUSE_MOVE  SM_GOT_FOCUS
 SM_LOST_FOCUS  SM_SYSMESSAGE
 SM_SAVE_DATA  SM_RESTORE_DATA
 SM_DESTROY  SM_INIT_SYSTEM
 SM_KILL_SYSTEM  SM_CREATE
 SM_INITIAL_UPDATE  SM_SYNC

Regional Difference

The German version (SLES-02255), which was separate from the main European release (SLES-01980), defaults to "no blood" and has the option to turn it on removed from the Utilities menu. Despite the blood remaining in the main European version, it and the German release were rated for ages 3+, whereas the identical US release was rated Teen.