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  • Summary: With WWE Raw, you can bring more than 35 WWE superstars into your living room. This game puts you inside the squared circle to compete against your favorite wrestlers in a variety of match types, including tag team, King of the Ring, and more. Each player has his or her own finishing moves, entrances, and entrance effects. Set up tournaments against the game's AI, or face off against three of your friends in multiplayer modes. Expand
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  1. Positive: 9 out of 33
  2. Negative: 1 out of 33
  1. It is just the "Total Package" (yeah I know, I am embarrassed of myself for that one), combining great gameplay with fantastic visuals to create one of the finest sports game ever.
  2. Gameplay can frustrate some, but for all that spend the time to learn the nuances and to learn the feel of the game will not be disappointed.
  3. Graphically, this is a remarkable program...The action can be very unrealistic, just in terms of physical reality, and that is a major drawback.
  4. The overall lack of supplementary features isn't a major drawback, however, since what's important to a modern wrestling game, aside from the graphics, is solid multiplayer action and challenging CPU AI. Disappointingly, these areas don't fare much better.
  5. The cast moves around as though they were at the bottom of a swimming pool on Jupiter...these slumberous high-gravity physics weigh down an otherwise fine (though light on modes) game. [Apr 2002, p.145]
  6. Changing the gameplay system is a step in the wrong direction though, and really takes away from what could have been the best wrestling game yet.
  7. I hate to be the bearer of bad news for WWF fans, but Raw falls well short of expectations. [Apr 2002, p.62]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 10
  2. Negative: 3 out of 10