The lights are on
Back in 2000, WWF (not yet WWE) was at the top of its game. Stars like Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock had taken "sports entertainment" even higher than Hulk Hogan did in the 80s, and Vince McMahon was raking in cash from t-shirts, tickets, pay-per-views, action figures, and video games. As a huge fan of both wrestling and video games, I couldn't have loved WWF No Mercy any more. It took the awesome, well-established wrestling engine from THQ's previous WWF and WCW games, and added a gigantic roster, new game modes, and more creation options. To this day, I feel that it's the greatest wrestling game ever made.
Check out this week's Replay, where Andrew Reiner, Jeff Cork, Tim Turi, and myself battle in a tag team ladder match. After that, we have Reiner don the referee attire for a one-on-one match between myself and Tim.
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