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WWF Wrestlemania The Arcade Game

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Reviewed by Dyson Turner WWF Wrestlemania was a lot like the arcades. Besides the PSX version this was the best version on the market. It had great music voices, arcade quality graphics, and best of all it was a lot of fun. Graphics The wrestlers were digitized from the real wrestling counter parts so the guys really were like the real thing. The only problem was the guys were just a little grainy, and faded. They still were big like arcade and moved just like it. The crowd looked great, instead of like previous wrestling games were everyone looked the same. The announcers Lawler and McMahon who were right next to the ring looked great as well. Everything in the graphic department was out of the question. Sound The player's music was great, it really sounded like the real themes, and they were all quite close to the arcade. The voices were good too, maybe not arcade quality but they get the job done. You can clearly understand what everyone is saying it doesn't get repetitive though. I especially like some of the things that Lawler said, no matter how many times you hear it still is good. The wrestlers have things they say too. The Sound Fx were arcade quality, from the Doink's buzzer and the smack of getting hit everything was great. The sound department was good and went great with the graphics. Game Play The game was for 1 or 2 players, you ahd a small but good list of super stars like; Doink, Razor Ramon, Bret Hart, Undertaker, Lex Luger, Yokozuna, Bam Bam Bigelo and Shawn Michaels. Each wrestler had unique moves and combination. This wasn't your ordinary wrestling game, it had a fighting game style, because of all the moves like people's hands will turn into weapons or their feet. When you hit a guy hard things will come out of them, like Hart and HBK both have hearts that fly out, Yokozuna has food that comes out. You can go to the top for either the WWF World title or IC. You have a tag team mode as well. The difficulty is adjustable, and there aren't saves or batter back ups. Overall 9 out of 10 This is a great game, and it is way better than the SNES version. If you like traditional pro wrestling then you might not like this, but if you like fun then by all means get this game. With the combination move system, which did away with random button mashing this huge leap in the right direction. The replay value on this is very high, this game is very fun and even fun to watch. If you don't have this game you should get it, if you can't find it than get the PSX version.

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