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WWF Super Wrestlemania technical data

Name WWF Super Wrestlemania
System Genesis - Mega Drive
Year 1992
Developer Sculptured Software
Genre Fighting

WWF Super WrestleMania is a professional wrestling video game released for the Sega Genesis and Mega Drive in 1992. The game was developed by Sculptured Software and published by Acclaim Entertainment, who also produced the WWF arcade game of the same year. It was based on the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) franchise and featured a number of notable wrestlers from that era, including Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Bret Hart, and The Ultimate Warrior.

The game features two different modes: Exhibition Mode and Tag Team Mode. In Exhibition Mode, players can choose to play as one of twelve available wrestlers or create their own custom wrestler. This mode allows players to compete against another player or computer-controlled opponents in single matches or tournaments. Players can also customize the rules of each match such as the number of rounds, time limit, falls count anywhere rule, etc. Tag Team Mode allows up to four players to team up against each other in tag team matches with customizable rules as well.

In terms of gameplay mechanics, WWF Super WrestleMania utilizes a simplified version of the grappling system used in Acclaim's previous wrestling titles such as WWF European Rampage Tour and WWF Royal Rumble. Wrestlers have access to basic grappling moves such as punches, kicks, slams, throws and submissions as well as numerous special maneuvers unique to each wrestler. Special moves are performed by pressing certain button combinations while standing near an opponent or while they are being grappled with.

Visually speaking, WWF Super WrestleMania features colorful cartoon-like graphics with large sprites for each wrestler that animate smoothly during matches. The game also features realistic sound effects for each move along with a catchy soundtrack composed specifically for this title which plays during menus and matches alike.

Overall, WWF Super WrestleMania stands out among its peers for its simple yet effective controls which make it easy for newcomers to pick up but still provide enough depth to keep veterans coming back for more. Its vibrant visuals and catchy soundtrack further add to its charm making it one of the best wrestling games available on the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive platform at that time.

Genesis - Mega Drive Fighting games