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WWF War Zone (PlayStation, Nintendo 64)

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Title Screen

WWF War Zone

Developer: Iguana Entertainment
Publisher: Acclaim Entertainment
Platforms: PlayStation, Nintendo 64
Released in US: July 14, 1998 (PS1), August 11, 1998 (N64)
Released in EU: August 1998 (PS1), August 21, 1998 (N64)

CharacterIcon.png This game has unused playable characters.

WWF War Zone is the third WWF/E-franchise game for the PlayStation, and the first game of the franchise to be published by Acclaim. It is famed for being the first non-Japanese pro-wrestling game to have the "Create A Wrestler" feature, as well as for the inclusion of Bret Hart (and British Bulldog) almost a year after the infamous Montreal Screwjob.



The lead character from his own self-titled late-1990s Acclaim franchise, a fully-playable model of him is present in the PS1 and N64 versions (but not the Game Boy one) but is inaccessible without a cheat device. He uses The Rock's moveset and one of the CAW entrance themes.

Using this GameShark code to unlock everything in the cheat menu will also unlock him:

Version Code
8007B6C0 07FF
8007B6C2 1000
Nintendo 64
8113A488 1000
8113A48A 07FF

Hidden Cheats

There's two hidden cheats that are normally inaccessible, but can be unlocked with the GameShark codes above. Both cheats only became unlockable in ECW Anarchy Rulz. The following cheats are:


"How will my Stone Cold Stunner work for this?"

As the name implies, makes every wrestler headless.


"Kill me."

An odd cheat that makes every wrestler have very thin limbs, tiny torsos, long necks and very small heads.