What’s The Deal With The Rising Prices For WWF No Mercy?? A Not So Rare Treasure
WWF No Mercy is a pro wrestling video game that was released in 2000 for the Nintendo 64. This WWF No Mercy N64 was created as a follow-up to the game WWF WrestleMania 2000 which was released in 1999.
WWF No Mercy also ended up being the last World Wrestling Federation game that released for the N64. This game was well liked by gamers as well as video game critics. To this day, it is still a favorite among N64 gamers.
So, What Is The Deal With The Rising Prices For WWF No Mercy
There are some differences between WWF No Mercy and WWF WrestleMania. In No Mercy, game players have many more choices in clothing, physical attributes of the wrestlers, and wrestling moves to choose from in the Create-A-Wrestler section of the game.
Up The Ante With The WWF No Mercy Roster
Being able to tailor and customize wrestlers in such great detail altered the WWF No Mercy roster.
WWF Wrestlemania had far fewer customization options.
Another difference between the games is the way the wrestlers enter the wrestling ring. The wrestlers had an entire entrance sequence in WWF Wrestlemania.
WWF No Mercy Survival Mode Provide Even More Options
In No Mercy, that was essentially eliminated as wrestlers simply show up in the ring at the start of the wrestling match.
No Mercy has storylines that can be played out through the completion of numerous wrestling matches. Playing the WWF No Mercy Survival Mode enables players to purchase various props, clothing, weapons, characters that are locked, and more. In No Mercy, wrestlers are also capable of fighting backstage which was a new feature in WWF wrestling video games.
A version of No Mercy was supposed to release for Game Boy Color. It would supposedly be developed by AKI. However, plans fell through and the game was eventually canceled prior to its release.
If you are a fan of wrestling video games, be sure to check out our write-up on 5th generation wrestling video games and the history of the transformation of wrestling video games. We give you a lot of fascinating info on the ways in which wrestling video games have changed and been adapted over the years.
WWF No Mercy Carts and Merchandise:
- Nintendo 64 N64 WWF No Mercy Video Game Cartridge – You can snag your own N64 cart of WWF No Mercy! You should be able to buy a cart only around $19.95.
- WWF No Mercy for Nintendo 64 N64 – CIB Complete Game with Manual and Box! – If you want the entire CIB copy of WWF No Mercy, check here! Most CIB sets are listed around $40.
- N64 Three Pack WWF No Mercy, Wrestlemania 2000 & Jet Force Gemini (and MORE)! – This is an awesome game collection of No Mercy, Wrestlemania 2000, and Jet Force Gemini. List price is currently at $40.88 which is well below current average market prices.
- PROMO CARDS: WWF NO MERCY FOIL Comic Images 2000 WWE: 3 DIFFERENT #P1, #P2 & #P3 – Here are various sets of WWF No Mercy foil promo cards! You can snag this listing for just $6.00. If you are interested in collecting a complete set of No Mercy, have the cart/box but are still missing the special merch, this is a great purchase.
- WWF “NO MERCY” (Comic Images/2000) Complete “HARDCORE CHAMPIONS” Chase Card Set – This is another listing for No Mercy chase cards. This complete set of ‘HardCore Champions’ cards is listed for $8.00 with FREE shipping.