It Came From YouTube: Joe Gagne reviews WWF King Of The Ring for the NES

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Joe Gagne reviews WWF King Of The Ring for the NES released in 1993.

Yes, they were still releasing NES games in 1993 while you were having fun with your Super Nintendo.

As you may have deduced¬†based on the fact that I’m posting the review here, the game sucked.

I don’t think even Nintendo John liked this one!

Those featureless¬†wrestlers are really creepy, and none of the wrestlers look like who they’re supposed to be.

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10 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Joe Gagne reviews WWF King Of The Ring for the NES"
  1. Time Lord Soundwave says:

    Pat the NES Punk recently reviewed the NES WWF games, and oddly enough, he actually liked King of the RIng best. Go figure.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbRcv-pVdYI

  2. Anonymous says:

    There were one or two barely passable WWF games on the NES. This was not one of them.

  3. AK says:

    I had the Gameboy version which had less wrestlers and I believe less modes. It was playable and I certainly didn’t hate it.

    One good thing that came out of this game was being able to get $20 trading it into one of the local video game shops back in the day.

  4. ChrisV says:

    I didn’t realize this existed. Steel Cage Challenge was the worst. It was impossible to win any matches.
    Wrestling Challenge I absolutely loved.

  5. Justin Cook says:

    I love Pat and his videos, but I do question how he could possibly like this one the most. He’s not a fan of the Mega Man series after all, so who can ever guess accurately what NES games he likes and don’t like?

  6. Mister Forth says:

    Really had little effort put into this game.

  7. Brad says:

    Remember, LJN was also responsible for the equally terrible Back To The Future game, in NES’ prime no less. so maybe they were just a lousy game company lol

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