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WWF Rage in the Cage (WWF Mania Tour in Japan) is a professional wrestling video game released on December 21, 1993 for the Sega CD gaming system.


Rage in the Cage was the first WWF game to feature actual video footage in the form of FMV clips seen in the game's opening video, as well clips of the wrestlers' signature moves that can be viewed on the wrestler select screen, and clips that play of the player's wrestler celebrating upon completion of the tournament mode. In addition, the game features audio introductions by Howard Finkel and rants between the competitors prior to the matches. However, for the game's music, developers did not take advantage of the CD format, as it resembles the digitized music of 16-bit games from that period. Rage in the Cage features 20 wrestlers, the most seen in a WWF game up to that time (this number would not be surpassed until WWF Attitude was released six years later).


The gameplay engine and graphical style are the same as in WWF Royal Rumble for the SNES and Sega Genesis. Each wrestler possesses punches and kicks, several grapple moves (executed via a "tug-of-war" style lockup system), running attacks, a move off the top turnbuckle, and a signature finishing move unique to that wrestler. Also available are illegal eye gouges and chokeholds, which can only be done outside the ring or if a referee is not present.

Several match variations are available for either one player versus the computer, or two players head-to-head. A One Fall match is a standard wrestling contest won by pinfall. In a Brawl match, there is no referee, no count-out, and illegal moves can be done at all times. The match ends only when one wrestler lacks the energy to continue. A Cage Match puts the wrestlers inside of a steel cage. There are no holds barred, and the match ends when a wrestler escapes the cage. Also available is a one-player Tournament mode, where the player selects one wrestler and must defeat the rest in a series of One Fall matches to become WWF Champion.

There are no tag team modes, despite the inclusion of actual tag teams in The Headshrinkers, Money Incorporated, and The Nasty Boys.

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