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 Daniel Johnson Biagio Crescenzo “Charming” Biagio Crescenzo, 19, plays a brash heel on southern California’s independent scene and was seemingly designed for the part. At well under 6’0″, Crescenzo is often at a size disadvantage in matches. While some… Read More ›
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 Daniel Johnson Bearcat Wright vs. Big Moose Cholak Remember the “Where’s the beef?” advertising campaign from Wendy’s from the 1980s? Well, perhaps if Clara Pellar watched a little more of Fred Kohler’s NWA territory she would have found the answer… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson Brodie Lee vs. Michael Elgin Although the most anticipated WWE WrestleMania debut taking place at tomorrow’s event may be Sting’s match, he is not the only one wrestling for the first time at the grand daddy of… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson Owen Knight vs. Marko Polo Owen Knight is a 20 year-old wrestler who has appeared on shows in Georgia for a few different promotions. One such promotion is Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment (AWE), which just opened last year…. 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 ›