WWE ’13 Attitude Era Mode Trailer

The Attitude Era is upon us, today we were shown the latest trailer for WWE ’13 which focussed on the new Attitude Era Mode. This mode will allow you to play as classic WWE/WWF superstars that made wrestling what it is today, during 1995 the most influential saga in wrestling took place. It was called the Monday Nights Wars, when WCW tried to take on the WWF head to head for Monday night TV. During this time the likes of ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, The Rock, D-Generation X, Mankind and Bret Hart all were household names in the business and now Attitude Era Mode will allow to take control of their historic matches.

So far we know Mankind, The Rock, Brothers of Destruction, Stone Cold and D-Generation X will all have their own Attitude Era storyline where you will “Experience their legendary battles”. This mode will feature over 65 legendary matches throughout the Attitude Era, completing these matches will also unlock some of the 20 classic WWE videos, 150 historic photos, along with over 100 items including bonus characters, arenas and much more to unlock.

Earlier this week they revealed the Official Roster Trailer, highlighting over 80 characters that will be in the final game. WWE ’13 will be released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii consoles on October 30th in North America, November 1st in Australia and November 2nd in the United Kingdom.

Source: IGNentertainment

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7 replies »

  1. As awesome as it would be to relive the best moments of The Attitude Era, I have to raise my two middle fingers and give this game a Hell NO! Nothing against the game itself, but I feel there are more deserving titles coming down the line to spend my money on.


    • I agree, I sort of fell out of the series after the down hill slide once Here Comes the Pain came out, that was an awesome game. The story modes these day feel too short, plus the limited selection of superstars hurts since you cannot play as your favourite if they didn’t put them in.


      • I burned out with the Smackdown vs. Raw series than began in the previous generation. They started to decline in quality with each subsequent title. Maybe that’s not fair to say as I didn’t play most of them. Honestly, I’m probably just projecting my disinterest with WWE’s direction following the Attitude Era more than anything else. Still, your criticism is accurate.


        • The actual TV product is a shambles these days, the games show that, since they directed at kids they forgot about any of their loyal fans…A shame


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