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WWF Raw (Xbox, Windows)

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Also known as: WWE Raw (box art on releases after May 2002)
Developer: Anchor Inc.
Publisher: THQ
Platforms: Xbox, Windows
Released in JP: October 3, 2002 (Xbox)
Released in US: February 11, 2002 (Xbox), October 14, 2002 (Windows)
Released in EU: September 27, 2002 (Xbox), November 1, 2002 (Windows)

MovieIcon.png This game has unused cinematics.

To do:
  • This game was originally titled WWF Raw is War. Any leftovers from when the game was called that?
  • Some material from ThisGenGaming's video could belong in the Prerelease namespace.

THQ's WWF Raw was an attempt to ensure the Xbox had a licensed rasslin' game early in the system's life, but the amount of botches caused by the rushed development proved Anchor Inc. as the Jannetty to HBK of AKI and Yuke's, as Anchor only made one more WWF/E game after this.

It was also the second game where Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst and not the WCW/ECW Alliance invaded the promotion, the only game the Kaientai (TAKA Michinoku and Funaki) and Tajiri were together as built-in playable Superstars, and the only WWF/E game (WWF With Authority! excluded) for Windows-based computers until WWE 2K15.

Unused TitanTrons

To do:
Describe and document the origins of each video, if any.

Some unused videos are grouped with the TitanTrons for Create-A-Superstar. Unavailable for custom wrestlers and having no audio otherwise, they are as below:

Name/Notes Video
(Source: UmJammerSlammy)

Unused Characters

Name Reason
Bull Buchanan Removed from television after Right to Censor stable disbanded.
Dean Malenko Retired from professional wrestling and became a backstage agent.
The Goodfather Removed from television after Right to Censor stable disbanded.

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FF.XPK(MENU/RAWISWAR2.FML) contains a Raw is War logo, presumably for 3D transitions, which goes unused when the namesake television show (and thus, the game) was rebranded.

Unused Entrance Motion

The entrance motion for Chyna, who left WWF in early 2001, is present in the game, unselectable even as a custom wrestler entrance.