by Alex Knapp AAA Lucha Libre: Heroes del Ring Year: 2010 Systems: PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Developers: Immersion Software & Graphics, Immersion Games Mexico Publisher: Konami When it comes to wrestling games, we’ve had plenty of exposure to American… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling Year: 1994 System: SNES Developer: Beam Software Publisher: FCI Inc. WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling is a peculiar wrestling game. And boy, does it reflect strangely on the promotion it represents.
by Alex Knapp WCW Mayhem Year: 1999 System: PlayStation and Nintendo 64 Developers: Electronic Arts, Kodiak Interactive Publisher: Electronic Arts In retrospect, WCW Mayhem is a pretty fascinating game.
by Alex Knapp WWF Super WrestleMania Year: 1991 (SNES), 1992 ( Sega Genesis) Systems: SNES and Sega Genesis Developer: Sculptured Software Publisher: LJN (SNES), Flying Edge (Genesis) Have you noticed that there’s been a huge dearth of wrestling games over… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp WCW/NWO Revenge Year: 1998 System: Nintendo 64 Developers: Asmik Ace and AKI Publisher: THQ Good news/bad news time, folks.
by Alex Knapp WWF Betrayal Year: 2001 System: Game Boy Color Developer: WayForward Technologies Publisher: THQ In the early 2000s, I had two embarrassing guilty pleasures. One of them was listening to Limp Bizkit. The other was playing WWF Betrayal.
by Alex Knapp WCW World Championship Wrestling Year: 1989 System: NES Developer: Nihon Bussan Publisher: FCI Inc. Who would’ve thought that the competition between the WWF and WCW on the video game consoles extended all the way back to the… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp WWF European Rampage Tour Year: 1992 Systems: MS-DOS PC, Amiga, Atari ST and Commodore 64 Developer: Arc Developers Publisher: Ocean Software Every now and then, the World Wrestling Federation/World Wrestling Entertainment takes the time to acknowledge that… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp Power Move Pro Wrestling Year: 1995 System: PlayStation Developer: Yuke’s Publisher: Activision The mid 1990s was a lean period indeed, for both wrestling video games and American pro wrestling in general. The WWF had lost its… Read More ›