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54 Comments on "Review: WWE “The Attitude Era” DVD & Blu-Ray (2012)"

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Simon
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Simon
3 years 5 months ago

Is there any hope for a vol. 2 😛 Would be nice!!!

Scsa
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Scsa
3 years 7 months ago
I have to say that in this review of the Attitude Era set, all the matches and segements have been reviewed nicely. Although most of then are described as not all that, though still need to be watched… n in the end its been said that this set is close to the writers Top 3! Ive ordered my set and have been anxious to watch it (im in the UK) though after reading the review I dont feel so desprate to watch it ne more 🙁 I still wanna watch quite a few of the matches, though I dont think… Read more »
Julian
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Julian
3 years 7 months ago

And of course all the Chris Benoit references were edited out

Kenny
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Kenny
3 years 4 months ago

…as well they should be.

Julian
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Julian
3 years 7 months ago

Another noticeable edit is the match between The Undertaker & Stone Cold v. The Rock & Mankind. The audio play-by-play commentary is giving by The King and Michael Cole when in the actual match (and seen in the video) it was JR and King (JR could be seen sitting and standing near the announcer table).

Mark D
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3 years 7 months ago
That wasn’t an edit, back then WWE would tape 2 episodes of Raw back to back, the first would air that night the second would air the following week. In order to make the taped show feel fresh the commentary was done live from the WWE studios. However the problem on this particular night was 2 days earlier (before the commentary was laid down) WWE went to the UK to do a Saturday night PPV (Capital Carnage), while there JR discovered his Mom had passed away, however Ross agreed to call the PPV – during which he suffered his second… Read more »
Lex. M
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Lex. M
3 years 8 months ago

I have been a wrestling fan for as long as I can remember and I think it was great just to see all the old memories that gave the wwe its world known name. But to anyone who’s reading this … COULD SOMEBODY HELP!! I put in my 2nd DVD and I have been trying to figure out the name of the song that plays on the main menu and can’t figure it out if anyone knows the song and artist it would really help if you could reply to this!

Corey Rice
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Corey Rice
3 years 4 months ago

It’s called hit the target

Marco
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Marco
3 years 8 months ago

I enjoyed the documentary. Every important topic was at least touched.

Back in the Attitude Era all documetaries only had a (approx.) 1 hour runtime, by the way.

Duane
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Duane
3 years 8 months ago

I though it was a fun watch. There were problems but I thought it flowed well and was easy to watch in a couple sittings. Some more PPV matches or bigger non wrestling moments would have been nice. I would have also liked to have seen a couple divas matches with Trish and Lita but I was happy to see how much Chyna was featured. The Documentary could have just not been included though, it was fairly pointless.

Timothy Thorpe
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Timothy Thorpe
3 years 8 months ago

I am currently watching this as I type this. My one beef with this is that there was no “play all” function on disc one special features. Otherwise I am enjoying what I see.

Mark D
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3 years 8 months ago

I agree 100%. It’s odd because disc 2 has ‘play all’ on both the main content and the blu-ray extras. 🙁

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

I wonder if there will be a volume 2 should this version sell well enough.

RabidHeat
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3 years 8 months ago
Thank you very much for this, I believe I will now pick this set up thanks to your review. To the reviewer though, can I ask whether you agree with what some other people have said when they state that the documentary comes across as a bit negative, almost saying that the era went “too far” and that it was distasteful, etc.? Because if it does that really bothers me, I feel like WWE should just be proud of its legacy, and the way it was in different time periods etc. when that time called for such an approach. I… Read more »
Simmons
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Simmons
3 years 8 months ago

The set doesn’t end in 2000. It talks about the purchase of WCW and the company going public. Just because there are no match extras after Dec 2000 doesn’t mean it ENDS. C’mon people.

Daniel Bee
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3 years 8 months ago

True, but to not even mention WrestleMania 17, which for me was quintessential Attitude Era, is pretty depressing. I look at the Attitude Era DVD packaging fondly but find myself wondering where Disc 4 is hiding with the 2001 content! 😉

t
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t
3 years 8 months ago

Are Austin’s revenges on Rikishi and Triple H shown? Kish was No Mercy, Triple H Survivor Series 2000. Please help.

Mongoose Wizard
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Mongoose Wizard
3 years 8 months ago

So how many people exactly wished that the content they used on WWE 13 is what they should have used for the Attitude Era set? I know I sure would! But I’m sure not complaining it definatly brought back all the memories 🙂

Brad Attitude
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Brad Attitude
3 years 8 months ago

what content was used on WWE 13?

WWE games should stick to improvements rather than copy UFC by adding footages of matches to their games.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago
First off…I’d LOVE to know how this spiraled into a discussion about sidebars, rather then actual DVD content? Haha…oh well, Ill just be beating a dead horse if I even bring it up! Onto my thoughts on this DVD. I never set my expectations too high for this set, despite the internet hype machine that was put behind it, simply because I wanted to avoid disappointment. By this point in history I had been a wrestling fan for as long as I could remember & both companies were smoking hot, I had picked WCW’s side for most of 1998, but… Read more »
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