Retro Spotlight PLAY: WWF Wrestlemania The Arcade Game

Welcome back to the Retro Spotlight right here on Turnbuckle Daily. We’ve got a brand new concept….we’ll be playing some old school video games and showing you lucky guys the footage! First up is the SNES classic: WWF Wrestlemania The Arcade Game

On this edition of the Spotlight Jake played WWF Wrestlemania The Arcade Game (badly). Check out the video below and let us know if you have any fond memories of this co-op classic! Check out the TD YouTube channel here and hit that like button or subscribe to get your dose of the freshest content in town!

Here’s some info on the game:

*Despite being based on professional wrestling, WrestleMania’s digitized graphics and fast-paced gameplay make it more of a fighting game than a Sports/wrestling game inspired by Midway’s popular Mortal Kombat series.[1] What separates this game from previous and future WWF/WWE video games is its over the top and very cartoonish attacks. Examples include Doink the Clown pulling out a mallet out of thin air, Razor Ramon’s arm transforming into a blade, or Bam Bam Bigelow’s fists catching on fire. While actual wrestling moves are present, matches consist primarily of strike attacks and special moves. There are other similarities to the Mortal Kombat games, such as uppercuts that cause the opponent to go sky high, flawless victories and very tongue-in-cheek character animations.

*Credit to Wikipedia for the information

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