WWF WrestleMania - The Arcade Game ENGLISH (GENESIS)


WWF WrestleMania (también conocido en versiones de consola como  

WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game ) es un juego de lucha libre profesional lanzado por Midway Manufacturing Co. en 1995. Está basado en la promoción de lucha libre de la Federación Mundial de Lucha Libre (WWF).
El juego ofreció representaciones digitalizadas de ocho ejecutantes de WWF que se enfrentan en partidos rápidos inspirados por los juegos Mortal Kombat y NBA de Midway. Comentario es proporcionado por Vince McMahon y Jerry Lawler , que también aparecen en el juego sentado a la mesa de los anunciadores a la derecha del ring.
Acclaim, que publicó las versiones de la consola del juego, desarrolló un seguimiento, WWF en su casa para PlayStation , Sega Saturn y DOS .



A pesar de estar basada en la lucha libre profesional, los gráficos digitalizados de WrestleMania y el juego rápido lo hacen más un juego de lucha que un juego de deportes / lucha libre inspirado en la popular serie Mortal Kombat de Midway . [1] Lo que separa este juego de anteriores y futuros juegos de WWF / WWE es su más de la parte superior y muy cartoonish ataques. Los ejemplos incluyen Doink el payaso que saca un mazo del aire fino, el brazo de Razor Ramon que transforma en una lámina, o los puños de Bam Bam Bigelow que cogen en el fuego. Mientras que los movimientos reales de la lucha libre están presentes, los fósforos consisten sobre todo de ataques de la huelga y movimientos especiales. Hay otras similitudes con los juegos de Mortal Kombat , como los uppercuts que hacen que el oponente vaya al cielo alto, victorias impecables y animaciones de personajes muy irónicos.
El modo de un jugador de WrestleMania tiene el jugador elegir uno de los ocho luchadores - Bret Hart , The Undertaker , Shawn Michaels , Razor Ramon , Bam Bam Bigelow , Yokozuna , Doink el payaso y Lex Luger . Una característica única es que cada personaje puede "sangrar" un objeto que los representa. Dichos objetos "sangrantes" incluyen pesas que salen de Lex Luger y corazones de San Valentín que salen de Bret Hart .

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WWF WrestleMania (also known on console versions as WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game) is a professional wrestling arcade game released by Midway Manufacturing Co. in 1995. It is based on the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) professional wrestling promotion. The game featured digitized representations of eight WWF performers who are pitted against each other in fast-paced matches inspired by Midway's Mortal Kombat and NBA Jam games. Commentary is provided by Vince McMahon and Jerry Lawler, who also appear in the game sitting at the announcers' table to the right of the ring. Acclaim, who published the console versions of the game, developed a follow-up, WWF in Your House for the PlayStation, Sega Saturn, and DOS. 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. WrestleMania's one-player mode has the player choose one of eight wrestlers – Bret Hart, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Razor Ramon, Bam Bam Bigelow, Yokozuna, Doink the Clown, and Lex Luger. A unique feature is that each character can "bleed" an object that represents them. Such "bleeding" objects include dumbbells flying out of Lex Luger and valentine hearts coming out of Bret Hart. WWF WrestleMania features two single-player modes: the Intercontinental Championship and the WWF Championship. In the Intercontinental Championship mode, the player must win four one-on-one matches, two Handicap 2-on-1 matches, and one Handicap 3-on-1 match to win the title. In the more difficult WWF Championship mode, the player must win four Handicap 2-on-1 matches, two Handicap 3-on-1 matches, and finally a "WrestleMania Challenge," where the player must defeat every wrestler in the game in a gauntlet, starting with a three-on-one setup, with each eliminated opponent being replaced with another until all eight have been defeated. The game also features two multi-player modes; head to head, a one-on-one match between two players, or cooperative, where the two players team up in a tag team version of the WrestleMania Challenge in which they must defeat the game's eight wrestlers in groups of two to become the Tag Team Champions. In-game music consists of snippets from the roster's circa-1994 entrance music (with the exception of Shawn Michaels, who has the older, Sherri Martel version of "Sexy Boy" and Undertaker with his previous theme when he had the Western Mortician moniker from 1991 to 1994), as well as the opening themes to WWF Monday Night RAW, WWF Superstars and WWF Wrestling Challenge.

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