---------------------Last Updated/Edited: Wednesday October 24, 2001 11:00:52 GMT


WWF SmackDown! ‘Just Bring It’ begins a whole new season of the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system. Square off against more than 35 WWF Superstars in 70 different match types as the most electrifying show in Sports Entertainment comes to life like never before. Utilizing the power of the PlayStation 2 entertainment system, WWF SmackDown! ‘Just Bring It’ graces the screen with unsurpassed detail, lightning fast action, all-new matches, a TV style presentation, 1000’s of moves and for the first time ever, exclusive play-by-play. Form the opening Titantron entrance to the final bell, each Superstar comes to life with exquisite detail and true to life motion. Perform bone-shattering finishers - from the Rock Bottom to the Stone Cold Stunner - as you annihilate opponents with more than 80 different moves per Superstar. A TV-style presentation, real-time events and on-the fly commentary called by Michael Cole and Tazz surrounds the player in the drama of SmackDown! and the spectacle that is the World Wrestling Federation as stories play out and champions are crowned.


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Game Info





Number of Players
4-8 (with I-Link)

Dual Shock

UK Release
24th November 2001

US Release
31st Oct or 8th Nov 2001

US Release
31st Oct or 8th Nov 2001

Memory Card

UK Price
£45.99 or £40.99

US Price

  Arena List

Here I have compiled a short List of The arenas available in SD3, of course there will be a lot more but for now these are all we are allowed to see.


Watcher's of the TV show will be aware that they have updated the smackdown Set, This has been included in the game, i can't find any available Media to put on this site. but it has been confirmed.

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They Put a lot of detail into this Arena. it looks better than ever. but they had to take the word War out, because of recent world issues.

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WrestleMania X-7
This is By far the biggest and best arena ever to be put in a wrestling game. The titantrons look great and the amount of work put in this arena is outstanding. this is going to be one of the first arenas a fight in...

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Sunday Night HeAT
This Arena is just the old smackdown set with orange lights, as it is taped straight after SD, thats how you see S2H and others in the locker rooms. but they play it on sunday. its still a nice feature though to having just the mats.

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The RAW arena, with some different images on the titantrons, nice british flags around though, gives it a nice atmosphere that the arena is different from the others..

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Royal Rumble
Ah yes, the Royal Rumble. Now, first ever in a good game, you can have up to 9 people. Yeah, you may be saying "Well, Royal Rumble for DC had 9 people on the screen for a Rumble!". Yeah, true, but, notice I said "good game"? It seems this set is still in a bit of development, as you can see, but, once it is all done, it should be pretty good. But, it's bad I don't remember what this years Rumble set looked like.

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