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Fire Pro-Wrestling Review

Let’s get one thing straight right off the bat, shall we? Fire Pro Wrestling Returns, which was released for the PlayStation 2 in North America in 2007, is the last game in Spike’s Fire Pro series. Honestly, the fact that this latest endeavor is titled Fire Pro Wrestling and has Spike’s name slapped on it doesn’t even matter. Believe me when I say that this is not... Read Review

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Weekly Wrap-Up 6/3/11

E3 is almost upon us, but before we get to one of the biggest industry events in gaming, let's take a look back at highlights from throughout the wee Read More

David Sanchez Sep 27, 2011 | Comments
Bret "The Hitman" Hart Shows You How to Get RAW

Bret "The Hitman" Hart Shows You How to Get RAW

Wrestling games are an interesting part of the greater video game landscape, in that you do not often see very much nostalgia for older titles. Much like titles based on other sports, they've begun to come year after year, with updated rosters and more and more refinements. And if you want to play as a wrestler who is no longer active, odds are that you can unlock them, or even just create them yourself in the robust create-a-character mode. Nonetheless, there are some old titles which exist outside of the "real" version of the sport (you know what I mean), such as Nintendo's Pro Wrestling, Capcom's Saturday Night Slam Masters, or the ever-popular Fire Pro Wrestling. And while some of us are waiting for the likes of those games to appear on the Virtual Console (or the odd exception to the above, THQ's WWF WrestleMania 2000 for the Nintendo 64), one I'm pretty sure we are never going to see on the service is WWF Monday Night RAW, which we get to catch a glimpse of in this blast from the past: A promotional tips VHS tape publisher Acclaim made for the game: Even if the original Acclaim didn't tank, I'm not sure how many people would be interested in buying this game again. WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game, on the other hand... Read More

kombo May 8, 2009 | Comments