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Pro-Wrestling é um campeonato de Luta Livre. Dentro do ringue, vale de tudo: golpes baixos, chutes, socos e tudo o mais. E, é claro, não falta a maior característica desse tipo de luta: o lutador controlado pelo computador é mau caráter.
It’s all extremely basic
and the part real-time, part menu-driven gameplay is boring
and has absolutely no ﬂow or momentum. It’s interesting for
introducing the tag team mechanic to wrestling video games, and
has a few neat touches like being able to call in one’s partner when
close to submission, but basically any other game with the word
“wrestling” in the title is more worthwhile.
Sure, there are some neat things here like the ability to toss an opponent out of the ring and waffle him with a chair AND being able to call your partner in to illegally interfere if it looks like you’re on the verge of defeat, but this game just isn’t fun. All you’re doing is moving around and tapping buttons while watching the computer do all the work. And you’ll be doing this up to 25 times in one sitting if you want all the titles. Thanks, but no thanks.
Just accept it. That should be Tag Team Wrestling‘s motto: just accept it. Because no matter what kind of optimistic “I-love-wrestling-in-all-its-forms” mindset you throw on this game, it’s not getting any better.