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Do you play wrestling video games?


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Guest The Crippler

Yep it should and here it is. :)

 

I don't really play any wrestling video games anymore but I do have Smackdown 2, Smackdown 3, Smackdown 4 and No Mercy.

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Guest MillionLiraMan
I don't really, purely because I don't really play computer games at all. I still have a Playstation 1, but I very rarely go on it at all. I wouldn't try to claim that I had 'outgrown' playing computer or video games, but because of the price of keeping up with what's going on I just can't afford it. I don't miss it that much, but I used to love the old Superstars and WrestleFest arcade games when I was younger.
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Guest Peter K
Originally posted by MillionLiraMan

I don't really, purely because I don't really play computer games at all. I still have a Playstation 1, but I very rarely go on it at all. I wouldn't try to claim that I had 'outgrown' playing computer or video games, but because of the price of keeping up with what's going on I just can't afford it. I don't miss it that much, but I used to love the old Superstars and WrestleFest arcade games when I was younger.

 

Superstars - smashing!

 

As was WWF WrestleMania for the Dinosaur - old NES....

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Guest MillionLiraMan
Originally posted by PK (WCW + ECW Fan)

Superstars - smashing!

 

As was WWF WrestleMania for the Dinosaur - old NES....

 

I remember that well, it so wanted to be Superstars but it wasn't! Blocky graphics, dodgy collision detection, but there was just something about it that was really appealing, even though you didn't quite know what it was! The hallmarks of a classic NES game!

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Guest ChrisfromBirtley

I prefer shoot em up's but...a good bash never fails to please!

 

The ONLY Wrestling video games I'd bother with really, are the SD! series.

 

I really preffer shoot em ups, but... a good bash never fails to please!

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Guest Peter K
Originally posted by MillionLiraMan

I remember that well, it so wanted to be Superstars but it wasn't! Blocky graphics, dodgy collision detection, but there was just something about it that was really appealing, even though you didn't quite know what it was! The hallmarks of a classic NES game!

 

Remember Duck Hunt? It was only playable with a red and gray coloured screen gun! A classic!

 

As was Super Mario Bros and SMB 2 and 3!

 

Classics!

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Guest Seabass

ah the NES gun knowns as the Zapper (i think)

 

i remember duck hunt for the way i just went up close to the screen so i could get the ducks everytime- SMB is a classic but Number 3 is where it's at...oddly i still remember the warp trick

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Guest Peter K

Cool Seabass!!!

 

Warp Trick? The only trick I knew was in the following games:

 

Super Mario Bros: In "certain" levels there was a secret beanstalk - climb it up to access secret portals to jump to a particular world.

 

Could you please share more information about SMB 3 warp trick - I may remember it......:?

 

Cheers!

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Guest Seabass

lets see

okay i think it's in 1-3....well it's in one of the stages in stage 1..here goes

 

you get the raccon suit and go to near the end of the level....now taake a huge run up and start flying- make sure you are flying really really high before you get to the black screen part (where you hit that box to finish the level). when you drop down- you should go BEHIND the back screen...

hmmmm...i think you hit the box or just keep on going right...and suddenly when you do you'll be back at the stage select...buy you will be warped by a tornado onto stage 4 or something

 

sorry if this isn't too clear, in places, i will have to get a NES emu and the SMB3 rom and find out again- then i can explain it better

...or you could go to http://www.gamefaqs.com lol

 

i swear there's also a flute trick but i forget that :P

 

i also remember the SMB warp trick now lol

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Guest nycgamer
I love it! So fun to stroll down memory lane sometimes... Clearly, everyone here has been into gaming at one point or another. Is anybody here besides me still a gamer? If so, which consoles do you play on and what's your game list like?
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Guest Peter K

Seabass - I had no idea - cheers for telling me and I've heard of a flute trick but that's all :(

 

nycgamer - I've been playing video games since I was about 5 or 6 and now I'm 18 - used to own the following:

 

NES, SNES, SEGA Master System, Atari STE, An Amstrad tapes computer, Atari STE, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, PlayStation and PlayStation 2

 

Sadly my PlayStation 2 no longer works :cry

 

I currently now owns a X-Box - which is very amazing!!!!!

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