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FullmetalNinja25

What If WWE 2K15 Was On The SNES/Genesis? (Video)

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A YouTuber named Brendan Dotchery created this amazing video that shows current day Superstars Wrestling in a Graphical style similar to the SNES/Genesis WWF Games of the Eary 90's. Most specifically WWF Super WrestleMania.

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Oh man, I spent so many hours playing WWF Royal Rumble and WWF RAW on the Genesis with friends. Would be so much fun to see this rerelease as opposed to the lame looking WrestleFest remake that THQ released a couple years back.

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WWF Royal Rumble is my all time favorite WWE wreslting game during that era.

Man in the past i edited those wrestling games using MS Paint to replicate the superstars during the Attitude era.

But this guy has gone to a whole different level, creating a movie with his edits and it looks awesome!

I too willy buy a copy if this was real.

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WWE really should put out PSN XBLA game like this. I mean...not quite this outdated, but a minimalistic approach. Would sell like hotcakes, I'm sure.

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O man! That takes me back! I've been playing wrestling games since wrestlemania on the Nintendo entertainment system. Royal rumble was my favorite until the n64 blew my mind with world tour, revenge, wrestlemania 2000, and no mercy. Nice vid

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Damn....talk about nostalgia....WCW/nWo revenge and No Mercy....I cannot count how many hours I've put in on those games....good times! Thanks for the vid

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That was awesome

 

I spent so much of my youth on games like Super WrestleMania, Royal Rumble and RAW, playing them with friends and just spending hours on them

 

Such memories

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I remember how the Genesis and SNES version of Royal Rumble had some exclusive wrestlers on their rosters. Genesis had Hogan, IRS, Papa Shango, Rick Martel and Jim Duggan, whereas the SNES version had Ric Flair, Yokozuna, Mr. Perfect, Tatanka, and Ted DiBiase.

 

Would've been great if both rosters were combined. The Sega CD version, which was called "Rage in the Cage" also had more wrestlers and tag teams, with The Headshrinkers and The Nasty Boys, Bam Bam Bigelow, Big Boss Man and Kamala.

 

The 16-bit era was such a leap from the 8-bit era, and then came the discovery of emulators and Super Fire Pro Wrestling X Premium, and then the 64-bit era gave us the highly acclaimed AKI series of games. Man those were fun times.

 

 

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WWE really should put out PSN XBLA game like this. I mean...not quite this outdated, but a minimalistic approach. Would sell like hotcakes, I'm sure.

 

I want a remastered Fire Pro game. That pathetic excuse for a game we got on XBLA was a nightmare. I think PSN did get FPR on their store for PS3 though right? A next-gen Fire Pro would be amazing. Wishful thinking, though.

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That looks pretty cool. Well made video but I wouldn't buy it. I'd rather have the N64 aki version.

I can help you with that...

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You know. Sega/NES graphics could add new features, as 16 bitz would free a lot of space on the disk. I mean they fit like 30 sega games on a colection disk on PS2 & PS3.

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This looks great, actually.

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I hope he/she made an actual rom of this so I can play it on my phone. Lol @ the people saying they prefer this over the real game. This is awesome and all, but shut the hell up.

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