WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game is one of the funest game you will ever played. WrestleMania: The Arcade Game is developed by Midway and published by Acclaim Entertainment which feature Superstars from WWF (World Wrestling Federation) but nowadays is call WWE (World Wresting Entertainment). If you don’t know what WWF is it professional wrestling company in Stamford, Connecticut founded by Vince McMahon (who is one of the commentary in the game) that’s story-driven segments and choreographed matches a The game is a cartoonish and enjoyable to play, you choose up to eight wrestlers such as Bret Hart, Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Lex Luger, Razor Ramon and many more and encourage people don’t try this at home.

Each wrestlers has their own attacks and special abilities such as Bam Bam can catch on fire, Donk can shock you with a hand shake and Undertaker can summon ghouls. For your controls is run, punch, kick and grab, you can get on the top rope, pin your opponent (it’s does it automatically when you opponent health is gone). You can break free from pins and throw your opponent out the right and grab and uppercut your opponent like Mortal Kombat. Fun Fact: Undertaker is the only one have a finishing move in the game. There are two single-player modes such as Intercontinental and WWF Championship, WWF Intercontinental Championship is you fight your way in a series of matchups like handicaps and singles. Same scenario and format in WWF Championship and WrestleMania Challenge. For multiplayer, there are two modes head to head (you can play with a friend) or Cooperative (tag team to defeat eight Wrestlers just like single player). The graphic of the game is Digitized with 16 but and the music is snippets of WWf Monday Night, Raw, Superstars and Wrestling Challenge. Its does have some wrestlers theme songs in this such as The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels. If you are a wrestling fan download this game it’s worth it. WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game is available on SNES, Arcade, 32X, PlayStation, DOS, Sega Saturn and Mega Drive.


WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game – Don’t Try This at Home Retro Review

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