Someone Bought This: WWF Wrestlefest for the Super Nintendo

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WWF Wrestlefest Super Nintendo SNES box art

Okay, okay so this is a bit of a cheat- nobody bought this!

This is fan-made box art from this site for a fantasy Super Nintendo port of the WWF WrestleFest arcade game.

Imagine if we’d gotten this game instead of the mediocre Super Wrestlemania?

How awesome would that have been, Crappers?!

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14 Responses to "Someone Bought This: WWF Wrestlefest for the Super Nintendo"
  1. scrooge mcsuck says:

    I’d kill for a copy of Wrestlefest that runs on a console (I’ve tried emulators and it just messes with my computer).

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      I can’t believe they never ported it to Super Nintendo- it would’ve been killer with four players!

      • Guest says:

        I knew of very few people with a SNES that had a multi-tap. Hell I knew of very games for the SNES that were compatible with a multiap

  2. Battonmore says:

    One of the lost, great money making opportunities….but I guess super wrestlemania (which needs its own induction) was best for business….

  3. Sean Bateman says:

    Wrestlefest was awesome. Super Wrestlemania can suck a Hobo’s nut sack!

  4. James says:

    That we got no Wrestlefest port is right down there with the Simpsons arcade game not getting any love from the major systems.

  5. Anonymous says:

    If only this had been ported.

  6. theJawas says:

    Oh the quarters I spent on that one. I always used Demolition Crush.

  7. Mister Forth says:

    there would need to be a cheat code to play as the Road Warriors.

  8. Brian Jacobs says:

    Easily one of the best arcade wrestling games (I’d put the lesser known Royal Rumble as another). I was so geeked when last year’s local geek/cosplay/fandom convention here when they brought in many arcade machines. Sure it was fun to play Sunsetriders, the old Terminator 2 shooting game, the NEO GEO machines among others, but there it was: Wrestlefest. Considering they set all the machines with the max amount of free play turns on I was there easily like a kid again playing both the Rumble (which was darn harder than I recalled) and winning those tag team titles with my choice team of the Ultimate Warrior and the Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase.

    It is a shame the only ‘port’ was the iOS version that came out a bit ago with the current roster that didn’t pan out well. IF there’s a chance, keep an eye are the new Internet Arcade Archives at who for free post many different old arcade versions that play nicely on a computer without any major downloads needed. Just read the keyboard layout, load it up and have fun! It does have WWF Superstars.

  9. Paul Kersey says:

    Guys, get a OUYA game console. You can get them for less than $100, and it plays emulators for basically all video game systems from Atari 2600 through N64/PS1, including arcade games. It comes with a controller, but you can use PS3/360 controllers as well. I love playing Wrestlefest on my 58″ plasma.

    • Ryan says:

      With OUYA system how easy was it to install Arcade games like WrestleFest? Also if you don’t mind how do you go about loading them roms and playing them. Thanks I’m trying to get into this asap for my son before X-mas. Thought it would be nice for him to play the games I loved growing up.

  10. Justin Hicks says:

    How can I get that game I will love to buy it off from you

  11. Justin Hicks says:

    How come you never put Wwf feast in system like for Xbox one or ps4 I love Wwf feast put I the game market on Xbox one or ps4

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