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American Gladiators (SNES)

American Gladiators SNES Title Screen

MISSING COVER

30
Critic Score
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
2.1
User Score
5 point score based on user ratings.

Advertising Blurbs

Back of Box - DOS (United States/Canada):
    Televisions most innovative sporting event, AMERICAN GLADIATORS is now bigger than life in this all-new home computer version. All the action, drama, and competitiveness, right down to the personalities of the real-life Gladiators have been captured from the show that the NEW YORK TIMES has called “...a video game come to life...”. Seven events including: THE WALL, THE JOUST, THE ASSAULT, HUMAN CANNONBALL, ATLASPHERE, POWERBALL and THE ELIMINATOR, all captured with digitized sound, and 256 color photography taken right from the television show. NITRO, ICE, LAZER, THUNDER, GOLD, TURBO, ZAP, LACE, BLAZE and GEMINI are here and ready to psyche you out of your game. Do you have the strength, speed and concentration to put them in their place?

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (124568) on May 22, 2011.

Back of Box - NES (United States):
    Welcome to the Wild World of Sports. Fight or flight?...... The American Gladiators are ready to square oft, and frankly they don't believe you’re up to the challenge. But it’s up to you to prove them wrong. Nitro, Blaze, Laser, Zap, Gold, Gemini and Lace are all ready and waiting to psyche you out of your game. You choose the order in which you’ll compete including: The Joust, The Assault, Powerball, The Wall and Human Cannonball. Complete all 4 levels and you’ll get your shot on the ultimate battlefield where only the strong survive-The Eliminator. So if you think you’re good, you better be great... ‘Cause these guys are BAD.

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (124568) on May 22, 2011.

U.S. print ad (NES):
    These Guys Mean Business...



    Two years ago the American Gladiators battled their way to the top of the television ratings charts and have been playing King Of The Hill ever since. Based on a unique concept where skilled contenders, chosen from rigorous tryouts, get a chance to compete against the American Gladiators for cash, prizes, and fame.

    Now GameTek adds to the phenomenon by giving NES players a chance to try their hand at doing battle with the weekend warriors in events including The Joust, Assault, Powerball, The Wall, Human Cannonball, and The Eliminator. Don't miss out on being part of America's most talked about weekend series.

    Contributed by lugnut (359) on Apr 25, 2004.