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Down and Dirty Reviews: Nes -- U - W

I still own around 750 games for this old system and I'm still collecting em to this day. Remember that most Ljn games then to suck so don't spend too much on their titles while most Konami and Capcom titles are a safe bet but beware; there is a exception to every rule. I can only hope my reviews can help you pick out the right games if you are a collector too? Overall ratings on this page: 38 U: 4, V: 4, W: 30

The overall scores are out of 100.

The graphics, sounds, and game play are out of 10.

Score / Name / Company / Release date
10 ULTIMATE BASKETBALL (American Sammy, 1990)
I think it is really risky when you have the name ultimate in your title because it puts a lot of pressure to be the best. Sometimes it works like in the game like 'Ultimate Stuntman' and sometimes it fails big time like the super crappy Ultimate Basketball here. Like Konami's famous Double Dribble game this is an arcade style 5 on 5 basketball game with no real NBA teams but unlike that fun game the simple art of passing is nearly impossible to do. The computer just loves stealing the ball during a pass or play while your team A. I. sits on it's a$$ plus expect to get a lot of foul calls too. I was playing on the easiest difficulty here too so I guess I have study the game unstop to get anywhere but honestly why torture myself? Sure, the graphics are clean but the players look like hunchbacks and the music gets annoying too. Ultimate Basketball scores nothing but net...... yeah, my garbage has a net by the way.
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 3
sound: 4
gameplay: 4

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75 ULTIMATE STUNTMAN (Camerica, 1991)
This fun action game has some very good graphics for a NES title. Ultimate Stuntman is not only a cool action platformer but the game also has some decent driving, climbing and flying scenes as well. This one is well worth looking into although all the different scenes can get on the nerves after a while.
*Unlicensed NES game
For 1 player only
graphics: 9
sound: 7
gameplay: 7

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55 UNINVITED (Kemco/Icom Simulations, June 1991)
In this unusual survivor horror game you must save your sister from a puzzling house of horrors. Like the games Deja Vu and Shadowgate this is a text based adventure game where you have to do a lot searching through menus to complete your mission. Although the graphics are very plain and flat, the strange story about skeletons in dresses and little imps with keys on the other hand will drive you to keep playing. Uninvited is a slow but very compelling game.
*Battery back up game
*Uncommon NES game
For 1 player only
graphics: 2
sound: 3
gameplay: 8
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22 URBAN CHAMPION (Nintendo, June 1986)
Here is a really bad one on one fighting game that's very, VERY repetitive. In this one on one beat em up you fight the same guy over and over again until you get tired of doing it. This game provides instant boredom and thankfully this wasn't a big hit for Nintendo. This game is also available on Nintendo's E-reader card system if you want to punish yourself even more.
*Available in the 5 screw cart
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 3
sound: 3
gameplay: 1
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70 VICE: Project Doom (American Sammy, November 1991)
Vice is surprisingly a good action game about a spy on a very dangerous mission here. This game features both driving, shooting, and platform scenes so there is some nice variety to the usual hack and slash action of other titles out there. Not the most originally game out there but it's still a sleeper especially if you like titles like Ninja Gaiden.
For 1 player only
graphics: 7
sound: 7
gameplay: 7

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35 VIDEOMATION (Thq, June 1991)

Oh great, it's a second rate Mario Paint type on the old NES minus the fun mini game, 16-bit colours, and smooth mouse controls. I guess it's nice having a cart that gives kids (or creepy adults like me) the chance to draw, add animated stamps, and colour in junk but that's all you get. Sadly there is no save feature so once you turn the power off your hard work will be gone forever. The game is everything
Color a Dinosaur should have been but to be honest the world would have been a better place if both games never existed.
For 1 player only
graphics: 4
sound: 1
gameplay: 3
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45 VINDICATORS (Tengen, 1990)
This is Atari's real Combat Two I wonder!? Anyway, in Vindicators here you get to move around your tank or tanks down narrow corridors filled with different hazards, enemies, and traps. Sadly even though the idea of driving a tanks sounds cool, this ends up being a very slow and unexciting game unfortunately and you constantly have to worry about running out of fuel too. Vindicators had some promise but games like Iron Tank are so much better.
*Unlicensed NES game
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 4
sound: 4
gameplay: 6
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42 VOLLEYBALL (Nintendo, March 1987)
In most of today's Volleyball games there are very highly realistic graphics and there are usually no male players either (that's a good thing though). This game here is a no thrills game of Volleyball on the NES with first generation graphics, sounds, and even game play. It can be very hard to move the characters where you want and sometimes the hits don't even register. I also have a problem with all players just bopping up and down all the time; it just looks 'disturbing'.
*Available in the 5 screw cart
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 3
sound: 3
gameplay: 4
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61 WACKY RACES (Atlas, 1992)

Yes, this is based on the same Wacky Races cartoon show but the odd thing is the game is your standard action platformer and not a racing game at all. What the hell!? Anyway you play the role as the evil Muttley the dog has you go on different missions for Dastardly to help stop the other rival drivers. The game actually plays very well plus the graphics are decent too but it can get very difficult especially when you fight the bosses in their vehicles but you are still on foot. Wacky Races had it's moments and could be worst.
*Rare NES game
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 1
sound: 4
gameplay: 4

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62 WALL STREET KID (Kemco, 1990)

What the hell were they thinking here?! In this very odd text/point and click game here you play a young man named Mr. Benedict that just inherited billions from a dead relative but to get all of the cash he must first prove himself in the stock market. I can see children everywhere rushing out to the stores right now (note sarcasm). This sounds like a dumb idea for a NES video game but it isn't that bad really. The game is basically a life simulation where you control everything from buying and selling stocks to making sure your annoying girlfriend is happy. The game can be very compelling and I like the name of some of the investment companies like American Depress and Carnivore Cruise Lines here. There is little replay value once the game is completed but if you are looking for something different and you are curious about the Wall Street life style then this is the perfect game for you.

For 1 player only
graphics: 4
sound: 4
gameplay: 8
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StarSoldier's Game of the Month!
98 WARIO'S WOODS
 (Nintendo, December 1994)
Nintendo saved one of their best for last. Wario's Woods is a awesome platform/puzzle game starring the unlikely hero Toad the Mushroom and his evil nemesis Wario. Toad must throw around different enemies and bombs to eliminate them from giant trees. The game has lots of modes with addictive game play. This kind of plays like Tetris Attack, but better! This awesome game is even hidden away in Nintendo's Animal Crossing for the Game Cube if you can't find a old NES.
*Battery back up game
*Uncommon NES game
For 1 or 2 players
Rated (E) for Everyone
graphics: 5
sound: 5
gameplay: 9
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18
WAYNE GRETZKY HOCKEY (Thq/Bethesda Softworks, February 1991)
Here is one of the few hockey games on the NES that actually has a licensed NHL player. So is it good though? Not only are the players here super tiny and hard to control compared to better hockey games like Blades of Steel but the puck is so small it's hit to tell where it is. The graphics are so bad here that the ref looks like a zombie for example. I like how the sports Teleprompter tells me some guys car lights are on but when I'm reduced to talking to talking about the game's text then you know I'm really reaching for positive things to say. Wayne Gretzky maybe one of the greatest ever to play the game but his NES outing is definitely the worst Hockey game on the system.
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 1
sound: 4
gameplay: 4

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36 WAYNE'S WORLD (Thq, 1993)

The two movies about 2 goofy rockers that have a local TV show are cool but since this is done by the morons at Thq then you know it's going to suck. In the game Wayne and Garth try to destroy living musical equipment, ninjas, and other goofy junk to move on to the next level. The game itself has no story. Although Wayne is the main character, Garth has the better weapon since he can use a gun. You can't pick your guy though and you'll be playing the game as mostly as Wayne and his short range kick. It's generic, the graphics are colourful but basic, and it isn't much fun.
*Rare NES game
For 1 player only
graphics: 3
sound: 3
gameplay: 3
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70 WCW Wrestling (Fci/Nichibutsu, March 1990)
Famous WCW wrestlers like Sting, Ric Flair, and one half of the Road Warriors (sadly Hawk would pass away in October 2003) still wrestle now and surprisingly their first (and only) WCW video game here on the NES isn't all that bad. I like the huge list of moves like a throw and a DDT you could give your wrestler before a fight but I don't like the cheap kicking attacks. Still WCW Wrestling is definitely one of the best games in its category.
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 7
sound: 5
gameplay: 7
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57 WEREWOLF: The Last Warrior (Taito, December 1990)
This action game has a cool and aggressive hero that can transform into a vicious werewolf with huge claws. The game has a cool concept and all but there are still some serious problems here. Why are the jump and actions buttons in reverse for example? Werewolves must naturally be hard to control, eh? At least the graphics are alright and there is some decent action too but there is nothing special here overall.
For 1 player only
graphics: 7
sound: 6
gameplay: 6
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50 WHEEL of FORTUNE (Gametek/Rare, 1987)

The popular long running TV game show about 3 people spinning a giant wheel and trying to solve unknown words by slowing removing one letter at a time now also whores itself to the gaming industry as well. Speaking of whores Vanna White (or is it just a generic blonde lady I don't know) is still in the game when you get a letter correct but the popular host of the show back then Pat Sajack is no where to be found. In fact you don't even see the contestants here either which is lame. The game plays just like the TV because a gauge will determent the strength of your spin on wheel of cash prizes, bonus, or the lame 'kicks in balls' spots like bankrupt where you lose all the cash in that round. You can even with 3 people here but only if you alternate the controller around. Unfortunately, once you learn all the answer to the 100 or 200 different names here the whole thing becomes a piece of cake. The game is still fun and the graphics are actually not too bad for a NES but the lack of depth just sucks worse then Vanna White (damn, I'm mean in this review).
*Uncommon NES game
For 1 to 3 players
graphics: 6
sound: 3
gameplay: 4

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22 WHEEL of FORTUNE Family Edition (Gametek/Rare, 1990)

Here's the third NES Wheel of Fortune and now they added this Family tag to it. It doesn't make a difference because if you played the original you know the deal here. Spin wheel, toss letters at unknown puzzles, get fake prizes, and waste precious minutes of your life. Yeah, there are more puzzles here in the game but c'mon, how hard it is really to add a bunch of new words in a game honestly? OK, here are a few words for ya Things: 'Tall Building', People: Matt Hughes, Phrase: 'Douche Bag' there, where is my fifty bucks?! Here's the start of yet another lame edition of Wheel of Fortune and I'll be sure to recycle everything from the first game too. Yup, that means the graphics, basic sounds, and interface is the same as the last two editions so don't expect anything new but different words. Yay! You will lose your fortune if you continue to buy this piece of sh*&!
*Uncommon NES game
For 1 to 3 players
graphics: 4
sound: 2
gameplay: 1
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40 WHEEL of FORTUNE Junior Edition (Gametek/Rare, 1989)

This is actually the first sequel to many Wheel of Fortune video games (on the NES alone) and guess what: IT'S EXACTLY THE SAME GAME! Yeah, the word puzzles are different and there are more of them as well but everything else looks the same. There is still no host, no images of the contestants, and even Vanna looks the same. C'mon Vanna, show some more leg here! I guess the words are suppose to be easier for kids and there are some simple ones here like 'Bugs Bunny' or 'Duran Duran' but I don't know any 5 year olds that could get the answers like 'Algonquin Indians' or 'Eucalyptus Leaves Cord'. That's the whole game there too, they just put more words in the original game and charged you another 50 or 60 bucks and said: 'Have fun suckers ha ha ha!'
*Uncommon NES game
For 1 to 3 players
graphics: 5
sound: 2
gameplay: 3

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01
WHERE'S WALDO (Thq, 1992)
Now here's a big rip off! I know a score of one out of hundred is pretty cruel but believe me I'm being generous. If you don't the famous kid's books you try to find a nerdy kid in a striped shirt in a huge place crowded with people and that's what you do in the once 50 dollar video game too. The problem is the art is great in the books themselves but look like complete crap in the game thanks to the weak colour palette and major lack of detail. It's hard to find Waldo in this mess and sometimes you just have to guess and hope the blob you picked is that stupid jerk. The game even uses music from the lame Wayne Gretzky Hockey and that game sucked too. Where's Waldo isn't too hard to find, he's actually in a lot of top ten worst NES video game lists.
For 1 player only
graphics: 1
sound: 1
gameplay: 2

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32 WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (Ljn, 1989)

In the hit Hollywood movie turned game you are just your average hard edge detective on a mission to find out who framed a wacky cartoon rabbit for murder. It sounds odd and it doesn't work for the game at all. In the game you have to get different weapons and items to help unlock new areas of the map and avoiding weasels, snakes, birds, and other junk all trying to kill you. With all the crap on screen here it's easy to die by the way. The game also has a lot of annoying trivia questions if Roger Rabbit gets captured and you better have a strategy guide handy if you want to figure this stuff out. Why bother though. The game's graphics and sound are not too bad plus it is said to be one of Ljn's better titles too but honestly is that saying much? No, no it isn't.
For 1 player only
graphics: 5
sound: 6
gameplay: 5
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64 WHOMP 'EM (Jaleco, March 1991)

Cool, you usually don't see too many games starring Native Americans but here's one and it's pretty good. In this cartoony platform game you play as a young warrior named Soaring Eagle and you are trying to earn magical totems in his land. These special items are in 6 different areas and you get to select the level just like in
Mega Man. The game is pretty short but it can get pretty challenging as well. Fortunately, there are lots of power ups here and the totems even give you new attacks. The music is good and the graphics are colourful but since this was originally based on a Japanese game about a young samurai so you see a lot of Japanese material still in the game despite the new theme. It just looks confusing seeing all this crazy stuff like bamboo here. Whomp 'Em lacks originality but there's not too much wrong with it either so whomp the person next to you before they get it.
*Uncommon NES game
For 1 player only
graphics: 6
sound: 6
gameplay: 6
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55 WIDGET (Atlus, 1991)

Widget is based on a old cartoon show where you play as a friendly looking purple alien hero trying to kill crap. The game is your typical action platformer but this little alien is pretty slow and the different transformations he earns from bosses are cool at first until you constantly have to switch back and forth to use them. Widget isn't bad, it isn't good so don't expect to be blown away with this one.
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 5
sound: 5
gameplay: 4
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40 WILD GUNMAN (Nintendo, October 1985)

*Light Gun required
In this NES launch title you shoot down cartoony bandits in the wild west. This game is fun for a few minutes but there is little here in terms of replay value because the same enemies just repeat themselves way too often. There are different modes where you can either gun slingers one on one or has a gang but they should have been all put together so the game feels bigger and more worth the money. If you are desperate for another Light Gun game then you want to try this since the graphics and sounds are OK, just be prepared for a lot of the same.
*Available in the 5 screw cart
For 1 player only
graphics: 5
sound: 5
gameplay: 3

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87 WILLOW (Capcom, December 1989)
Remember this movie? Don't worry, this isn't Ljn making the game here because good old Capcom stepped up to the plate and they did a pretty good job too. Although it plays nothing like the arcade game of the same name, it's still a decent action/RPG because its very similar to the Legend of Zelda. Willow is kind of short but the game is still definitely worth picking up if you like action/adventure games.
For 1 player only
graphics: 7
sound: 7
gameplay: 7
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33 WIN, LOSE, or DRAW (Hi Tech Express/RSP Inc., February 1990)

Oh boy, why did they make a game about this one? Win, lose or draw is a very old TV game show that also comes to the NES so don't expect anything too complex especially after you played it a couple of times. In the game you must talk about the picture being drawn in time before your opponent? It may sound kind of interesting but remember you have to write in your messages with just the controller. It's a merely OK party game but it sure makes for a terrible one player only game especially with it's weak presentation.
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 3
sound: 3
gameplay: 3
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14 WINTER GAMES (Acclaim/Eypx, 1987)
So who thought this was a good idea? I actually remember playing this game on a PC once and it had a lot more Olympic events (8 I think) while this watered down NES game only has four here for some dumb reason. The weak events here are Hot Dog Aerials (a kind of interesting form of air trick skiing that's way too short), Speed Skating (lame, straight forward button masher), Figure Skating (a highly frustrating event where the girl falls at the slightest mistake and she's not even hot looking), and last and most certainly least is the Bobsled (you get nothing but a super tiny window in the top right corner and the frame rate is still horrible). That's all you get and they wouldn't even cut it as mini games for Mario Party! If you want to play a good winter based video game then try Ski or Die instead forget this even existed.
*Available in the 5 screw cart
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 1
sound: 2
gameplay: 1
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63 WIZARDS & WARRIORS (Acclaim/Rare, December 1987)
One of Acclaim's first games for the NES is this goofy medieval style action game here. In it you play as Kudos, an brave knight trying to rescue the princess and some other less important chicks from a evil wizard named Malkil. Wizard and Warriors was unique because it lets you pay off guards, find powerful spells, and gather a bunch of keys to help keep things interesting enough to sell well for Acclaim. The game also has some of the most annoying music on a video game and the animation is weak too so it isn't all good. The game has unlimited continues so it should take a few hours to beat this one.
*Available in the 5 screw cart
For 1 player only
graphics: 5
sound: 2
gameplay: 7
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67 WIZARDS & WARRIORS II: IRON SWORD (Acclaim/Rare, January 1990)
In this adventure sequel to Wizards and Warriors you help your knight to take on the earth's elements gone wrong. The graphics are noticeable better with more diverse landscapes, better animation, and bigger bosses like a giant cloud that throws tornados. Even the background music is less annoying now too. Sadly it's hard not to get hit now and again in this action game since enemies can appear from everywhere but that only adds to the overall challenge of this big adventure title here. Iron Sword is a much deeper and challenging game then the original.
For 1 player only
graphics: 6
sound: 7
gameplay: 8
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43 WIZARDS & WARRIORS III (Acclaim/Rare, March 1992)
The third game of this popular series has some new elements like new characters and items sadly the game itself is quite dull and uninteresting with a lot jumping involved and not much action. The first level alone you have to jump up the whole stage and with the game's loose controls don't help you much in this tedious mess. It's sad to see this series die because of one bad game here.
For 1 player only
graphics: 6
sound: 6
gameplay: 5
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40 WOLVERINE (Ljn/Software Creations, October 1991)
The popular Canadian Xmen character with the razor sharp claws gets his own game. Too bad it's done by LJN: one of the worst video game companies in gaming history. Wolverine has some OK graphics and he can ever perform some of his trademark techniques like self healing and claw strikes but you can only use them a few times before your energy runs out and the controls are really too stiff here to make the game any fun.
For 1 player only
graphics: 5
sound: 4
gameplay: 5

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43 WORLD GAMES (Milton Bradley, 1990)

If you played Winter Games or California Games before you should know what's going on here. This time you get the eight different events Barrel Jumping, Bull Riding, Caber Toss, Cliff Driving, Log Rolling, Slalom Skiing, Sumo Wrestling, and Weight Lifting in one set. Now you get a nice selection of games here but good luck playing them with friends because the game itself gives you no hints on how to play the events at all. You better have the instructions or a strategy guide handy or you're totally screwed. The thing is you have to enter the right commands at just the right time or some of the event will suddenly end. Even if you master them all these mini games, the basic graphics and lack of music here really drags the whole presentation down and World Games overall gets old very quick.
*Uncommon NES game
For 1 to 8 players
graphics: 5
sound: 2
gameplay: 6

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53 WRATH of the BLACK MANTA (Taito, March 1990)
For a highly skilled ninja this Manta guy is pretty slow and what's the deal with the 15ft plus bosses that don't even move here? Black Manta is a good ninja action game and I like how he can get criminals to talk if he sneaks up on them but with the game's goofy looks as well? The game is still playable but this is still no Shinobi, the arcade game anyway.
For 1 player only
graphics: 5
sound: 5
gameplay: 6
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58 WRECKING CREW (Nintendo, October 1985)
Here is another early Nintendo game starring Mario and Luigi but now they are limited to breaking down walls and avoid evil tools. You can also create your own stages but you have to wait for the painfully slow loading times because this is one of those Programmable carts. Wrecking Crew has lots of stages and destroying stuff can be fun but the game isn't as complex as Super Mario Bros.
*Available in the 5 screw cart
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 5
sound: 5
gameplay: 5

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37 W.U.R.M. Journey to the center of the Earth (Asmik, November 1991)
This Journey to the center of the earth style game had all the making to be a break out title for the NES thanks to its cool anime graphics and multiple game play elements. Sadly W.U.R.M. ended up being nothing more then a very standard action/platform game with limited and slow game play here. For example: in one scene you have to slowly talk to your crew members before you can even attack some monsters in the game. The game then switches over to some platforming action where you control a half naked girl through several dangerous monster filled levels. I have a question: why are the guys letting this ho run around in dangerous dark caverns with no pants on while they sit on their butts in the ship? I will give the game points for its multiple perspectives but it still sucks.
For 1 player only
graphics: 5
sound: 5
gameplay: 5

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52 WWF KING of the RING (Ljn, 1993)

The WWF was so popular back in the 80's and 90's that the NES would see 4 different wrestling games on that system alone. WWF King of the Ring was released when Bret Hart started to reach main event status and is the last one in the NES series too. The good news it is a lot better then the other pile of sh!# reviewed below but honestly it isn't saying much. The first thing I noticed is the graphics are fairly detailed for both the characters and backgrounds plus the wrestlers even have their background music too. The game has a lot of modes and the new King of the Ring itself is a special tournament to become the top dog but it doesn't feel any different from the other ones in the game. Like the Steel Cage game King of the Ring is very slow and the wrestlers don't have a lot of moves either so don't expect anything too action packed here.
*Uncommon NES game
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 7
sound: 6
gameplay: 5

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26 WWF STEEL CAGE CHALLENGE (Ljn, 1991)

When I was younger if you wanted to get me to watch some wrestling then all you had to say it was going to be a fight in a 15 foot steel cage. Yeah, wrestling is faker then Paris Hilton's Christian act but in a metal cage there was always a chance you'll see someone get badly hurt and even cut up. It's a great idea to finally put in a game here but why does this play even worst then the previous WWF Wrestlemania Challenge? The main problem here is the game is too slow and other then some decent animation the graphics are quite boring. Even the steel cage matches are unremarkable and you just have to climb to the top to win so you can forget about doing a huge dive a la Jimmy Superfly Snuka. This is challenged alright!
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 5
sound: 5
gameplay: 4
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33 WWF WRESTLEMANIA (Acclaim/Rare, February 1989)

Here is the first ever WWF wrestling video game and boy, it sure does stink worse then donkey balls! In this old school wrestling game you can play as either Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, Bam Bam Bigelow, Macho Man Randy Savage, Honky Tonk Man, and the Million Dollar man Ted Debiseie. Those are some big names in the business but this game is pretty much a button masher with very little depth and awful character design that makes the 200 to 500 pound steroid monsters look like silly circus midgets. You're before off renting Wrestlemania III to get your retro wrestling fix because this sucks.
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 2
sound: 2
gameplay: 4
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59 WWF WRESTLEMANIA CHALLENGE (Ljn/Rare, January, 1991)
If you are looking for a better wrestling game on the NES this is at least better then the horrible first Wrestlemania game but it is still far behind other successful grabber's like World Championship Wrestling and Nintendo's popular Pro Wrestling game. The game has more moves, more wrestlers, fairly fast game play, and modes that include tag team battles but the ugly overhead graphics just look goofy, the controls are very stiff, and the 'Yourself' guy here looks nothing like me.
For 1 or 2 players
graphics: 4
sound: 6
gameplay: 6

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