really isn't much to look at. The characters are all done in a super-deformed style, making it easy to identify each superstar. The Rock
has his trademark eyebrow, Stone Cold Steve Austin
has his skull vest; you get the picture. Unfortunately, other than those few points, nothing really stands out about the graphics. Each of the boards is rather plain and shallow - lacking both color depth and variety, resulting in a very dark game. At times, it also gets hard to tell where characters and traps are located, making for a few cheap hits. One of the touted features of the game is destructible backgrounds, and considering this is a WWF game, I was at least expecting to put some people through tables. Unfortunately, except for a few car trunks and some power generators (both of which can only be destroyed by you hitting them), there's really not much to the feature.
Sound is decent, consisting mostly of the requisite grunts and punch noises. The background music is very well done and it's neat to hear each superstar's entrance music play during boss fights.