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.
The Monday Night Wars
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 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 ›
by Alex Knapp ECW Hardcore Revolution Year: 2000 Systems: PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast Developer: Acclaim Publisher: Acclaim Late in The Monday Night Wars, the wrestling video game community witnessed an event that signaled a major changing in the wind…. Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson The Monday Night Wars era is arguably the most exciting period in wrestling history. Not just that it is arguably the most exciting period there ever will be is wrestling. That may sound like hyperbole or looking back… Read More ›