When I played WWF Raw for the first time, I was impressed by it, but at the same time, I felt like it was missing something. First, the graphics. The game looks fantastic. From the foggy arena, to the superstar entrances. The superstars look great, some of them look great. For instance, Triple H's face looks down right weird, the animations are ok, but they look like they have something stuck up their back-sides. The sound in the game is, well, ok. There is no announcing, and there is kind of odd in-game music as well. The control, could be better. The game is kind of slow, and the grappling is a little weird to maneuver. There is no story mode, but there is a Title Match mode, where you take a wrestler and fight in several matches until you reach a Title Match. Overall, WWF Raw is a good game. But help but feel that the game doesn't live up to it's full potential.
WWF Raw was the first wrestling game released on the X-Box. It was designed by Anchor. Raw has great graphics for its time, and a large roster, but falls short on many aspects. First, I'll start off with the story mod... Read Full Review