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Transformation of Wrestling Video Games Pt. 3: 5th Generation

Transformation of Wrestling Video Games Pt. 3: 5th Generation

Fifth generation consoles refer to the 32-bit and 64-bit gaming systems such as the Nintendo 64, PlayStation 1, and other handheld devices. It’s also known as the 3D era. So, that’s fitting that the revolutionary attitude infused era of professional wrestling received a serious face lift in the video game industry. The time of the older and […]

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Transformation of Wrestling Games Part 2: the 16 Bit Era

Transformation of Wrestling Games Part 2: the 16 Bit Era

The 16-bit era was a strange and confusing time for video game fans of wrestling. Only a hand-full of wrestling video games worth mentioning were released in the US. In fact, some people may argue that WWE video games/WWF games didn’t really come into their own until the following generation. In fact, some of you may be more […]

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The Transformation of Wrestling Games: The Early Years

The Transformation of Wrestling Games: The Early Years

Wrestling is probably one of the oldest forms of combat in human history. Cave drawings were found in France dating 15,000 years ago, and ancient Babylonian and Egyptian symbols showcase individuals fighting each-other using some of the most known techniques of modern-day wrestling. In ancient Greece, wrestling had a place in legend and literature, and […]

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