WWF WrestleMania 2000

released on Oct 13, 1999

Get all of the body slams and flying elbows you can handle with WWF WRESTLEMANIA 2000 for the Game Boy Color. Wrestle with or against 15 of the brightest stars in the WWF: Steve Austin, The Rock, Ken Shamrock, Val Venis, Jeff Jarrett, Billy Gunn, X-Pac, The Big show, Triple-H, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Kane, Big Boss Man, Road Dogg, Mankind, and Vince McMahon. After choosing your favorite wrestler, take on any challenger in a Single Match, or find a partner for a Tag Team bout. And for some of the toughest competition, you can try to win the WWF championship in the Career mode. If you have friends that are wrestling fanatics, link up and challenge them to a match. Try to become a crowd favorite and challenge the WWF superstars in WWF WRESTLEMANIA 2000.

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So many people talk up/reference No Mercy, as if they've never even heard of this game. And while No Mercy is certainly good, arguably a SLIGHT upgrade over this graphically, etc., in my opinion, having played/owned both, WM 2000 is the better game. To my memory the career mode was just more interesting/fun to play, and I put a TON of time into this game, creating made up characters, trying my best to add existing wrestlers into the game, etc.
The N64 was the first console I ever bought myself, with money from my first real summer job, and while I sadly didn't have it for TOO long (teenage idiocy), for the year and a half/two years that I DID have my original N64, this was one of my most played games on it, by far.
It's slow and a bit clunky these days, even compared to the game I eventually moved on to (Smackdown: Here Comes the Pain on PS2). BUT, for its era, it's still a phenomenal game. Best wrestling game on N64 (or perhaps from that entire console generation), and one of the best games on the system.

Best sports game of all time. I think it edges out No Mercy.
Played the shit out of this game. 50 man royal rumble pin fall elimination only followed by 3 hours of raw was bliss.
It's a blast to play even to this day. The blocky N64 graphics are really charming here. The gameplay is super tight balancing arcade fun with some of the realism of the sport. The character roster is really good and the creative wrestler function while not as robust as the PS1 games and later titles is nice. You can customize the regulars wrestlers too. Doesn't matter the most important thing is the game is just so fun to play with a large amount of modes and match types. The core gameplay just hasn't been beat.

This game really did have infinite customization options, which is really cool, but there were some other issues with the gameplay and with the editing process.

It has full entrances, so it's better than NO MERCY.

I pressed reset on my N64 and saw a bunch of corrupted models and it scared the crap out of my 5 year old self.
Never again.