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The second of three Super Famicom wrestling games based on the Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling (a.k.a. the New Japan Pro Wrestling, or NJPW) circuit by Varie. Was also released on the PC Engine CD-ROM by Fujicom.
Gekitou Burning Pro Wrestling featured a staggering, encyclopedic 129 Wrestler roster, plenty of modes to choose from and a insanely customizable array of options to set up match types that was unseen in any other Wrestling game at the time.
The wrestlers featured in Gekitou Burning Pro Wrestling span across a multitude of different Wrestling promotions With a diverse cast of recognizable faces all disguised under different aliases including Wrestling Legends, Mixed Martial Artists, Shoot Fighters, Puroresu Megastars, and even Mexican Luchadors.
Step into the ring! Choose from 16 of All Japan Pro Wrestling's wrestlers and bring it on! Wield the massive power of Hansen, the lightning-fast strikes of Kawada, the underhanded attacks of ACE, and many more mad men of the ring!
With its robust grappling system and over 50 moves to master, All Japan Pro Wrestling delivers the deepest and most realistic wrestling action of the 16-bit era! Test your might against the crafty AI, or up to 4 players can compete in exhibition, tag team, and round robin matches!
Released at a budget price around the peak of the WWF's original popularity, the twist in this wrestling game is the tag-team nature of competition. Each player selects two wrestlers from those on offer, and when the one in the ring is weakened he can go to the edge of the ring and tag his team-mate, who then enters the ring and allows the other to recover.
You can either play individual matches (for one or two players) or a full tournament, with three rounds of variable length. There is no joystick-waggling in the control system, with a variety of kicks, throws and punches on offer using simple joystick motions. Once the players are close together they grapple - this gives you a chance to lift and then piledrive your opponent.
Fire Pro Wrestling S: 6 Man Scramble is the best Pro Wrestling game released in the video game arena. The incredible selection of wrestlers and shoot fighters makes the game interesting even after your 100th match. The RAM that the Saturn posesses allows for several animations for each wrestler. Step into the ring and make mayhem with 6 men scramble!
The strongest of the professional wrestling game has been Reborn!
Experience the incredible evolution of graphics and motion. The development has hit a new peak with realism unmatched in any sports game like this. The champions from every organization will meet and crown the true king of the ring.
For many wrestling, the desire to see "Misawa (NOAH) vs Mutoh (NJPW)", "Akiyama (NOAH) vs Nagata (NJPW)" or "Hashimoto (ZERONE) vs Kobashi (NOAH)" was all but a distant dream that goes beyond the framework of the organization fixtures. But this is the reality in the ring of "ASPW2"! No longer is there walls between the organization, the time to fight is now!
The official New Japan Pro Wrestling video game!
Play as legends such as Hashimoto Shinya or enjoy a full roster with names such as Masahiro Chono, Keiji Mutoh, Kensuke Sasaki, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, and Jushin Thunder Liger.
The signature moves from these 6 competitior feel real, as you kick, dragon screw, DDT, and fight by making full use of the familiar tricks.
The sequel to Virtual Pro Wrestling 64, and released only in Japan. The title translates to Royal Road Succession; the name of the career mode in the game. The fifth wrestling game developed by AKI Corporation. Contained many improvements from previous titles that would be featured in AKI's final Nintendo 64 wrestling game WWF No Mercy. Some features, such as creating masks in edit mode and the MMA style grappling system, would not be carried over to WWF No Mercy.
Virtual Pro Wrestling 2 carries the All Japan Pro Wrestling license, and features 21 wrestlers from their promotion. The rest of the characters included in the game are based on other real promotions and wrestlers, but due to copyright have fake names and appearances. This is common among other Japanese wrestling games. You can identify who the other wrestler's are by their unique moves and taunts, and the edit mode contains each piece of ring attire you would need to recreate their actual likeness.
In total, there are 98 wrestlers in the game, 23 of which have to be unlocked. There is also 16 original character slots you can use to edit and create your own wrestlers, bringing the potential total of wrestlers in the game to 114. This game has the largest roster of all of AKI's wrestling games. In comparison, WWF No Mercy would have 64 wrestlers available.