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I downloaded a snes emu and like 50 games last year. I never touched it untill today when I noticed one of the roms was WWF Raw. After playing for a few...hours I realized I was having more fun with this game then Smackdown 3 or Legends of Wrestling. I never owned the Super Nintendo game so maybe thats why. Anyone else ever play this game?




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Royal Rumble (SNES) was much better, mostly because it had Mr. Perfect.



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I liked Raw, because it also had trademark moves, which granted were mostly outrageous. (1-2-3 Kid's for example, involved him jumping from one turnbuckle to the other, and back again, before jumping on his opponent.)

I could never get Diesel's trademark to work though. That annoyed me to no end.



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Diesel's was the most outrageous. He'd come up behind the guy, pick him up and throw him STRAIGHT UP IN THE AIR, completely off the screen. And then said opponent would come crashing down to the mat in a heap. I was always able to pull off that one, The 1-2-3 Kid's move, Doink's move (where he rolls the guy into a ball and drop kicks him out of the ring), Yokozuna's devestating cannonball off the top rope (helpful in the Rumble itself, because everyone would go crashing to the mat), Lex Luger's "wind up punch" (he'd "wind up" his arm by spinning it in circles and then hit the guy -- straight out of the Three Stooges) and my favorite, Owen's "T Tornado move," where he'd put his arms out at 90-degree angles and spin around all over the ring, taking everybody out.

Loved that game. Spent many hours in college playing that with a 4-player adapter on it. That game is responsible for one of the most curious slurs I've ever heard in my life -- one of my dorm floor-mates was eliminated from the rumble from behind by Shawn Michaels, and in a fit of rage he called Michaels a "faggot-ass faggot."

The room erupted in laughter because we'd never heard anything so ludicrious in our lives.

Basically the only way to win a tag team match with four players was to get the illegal man in the ring and keep him there for a 10-count. Or take the Hart Bros. and force a submission.

Man, the time I wasted on that game. It got really interesting when I got controllers with autofire.




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#5 Posted on

    Originally posted by SeVen
    I downloaded a snes emu and like 50 games last year. I never touched it untill today when I noticed one of the roms was WWF Raw. After playing for a few...hours I realized I was having more fun with this game then Smackdown 3 or Legends of Wrestling. I never owned the Super Nintendo game so maybe thats why. Anyone else ever play this game?



I think the reason you might be having more fun with WWF Raw than Smackdown 3 is because, well, The old Raw and Royal Rumble games RULE and Smackdown 3 is a bug filled piece of crap.

For some REAL WWF Videogame fun you should download the old WWF Wrestlefest and Superstar Arcade games. The tag team of Mr. Perfect and Ted Dibiase is unstoppable!

Of course, You could try Fire Pro X Premium on the SNES Emu, or you could try Fire Pro G for PSX or Fire Pro D on Dreamcast



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I went Emu crazy and downloaded Boycott Advance and Fire Pro Wrestling. I have been missing out. El Pescado, I'll look for the other Fire Pro's. The real sad thing is I've been living in Japan for 5 years now and I never got around to playing any of them. But I do have some Giant Gram's.




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Well if you're in Japan then you should have no problem picking up a $20 Dreamcast and Fire Pro D. NOTHING is better than that game...



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