2 out of 4 people found this review helpfulwrite a review of this game
read more reviews by Jacob Quinn
SummaryWWF Wrestlemania is a fun wrestling game, which kick-started the genre.
The GoodThere is no problem in setting up the game, it is easy to name you're player, and to select you're wrestler. The fighting is fun, the graphics isn’t bad for a NES game, and the gameplay is just plain fun. Also, it is really fun to beat the hell out of you're opponent, it is really cool to do a finisher, and it is a good feeling when you win the game. Also the NES cartridge is more robust then say, a Xbox 360 DVD. It is a fun wrestling game, and a very good start for the successful WWF Wrestlemania series. In a nutshell, there are a lot of good points about this game.
The BadThere is not much that I did not like about the game, the fighting was at the time groundbreaking, especially compared to similar fighting games such as Karate and Kung Fu Master, the graphics is not perfect, but that is more due to the NES's limitations then the game it's self. It is not perfect but it does the job for a 8 bit fighting game. It is flawed compared to it's successor, but when it first came out, there was not much to complain about, and there still isn’t that much to complain about even today. In a nutshell, there is not very much wrong with this game.