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UPDATED: I've now played through once and am on my second. It's funny, nostalgic, creative, engrossing, and takes me back to 1980-ish when I was a 6th grader and never missed the local weekly wrestling show out of Dothan, Al. I made a game with cards and notebook paper back then - and this game is what I would have wished for. I love the stats, the ratings, the ridiculous number of championship titles, and the different feds - just a fantastically entertaining game all the way around. Thanks from the bottom of my childhood for all of your hard work, developer(s)!
69 people found this review helpful
Too much has changed. New artwork. Worse soundbites. Are they avoiding getting sued over a type of satire? I don't know the answer to that. The gameplay is simple enough to allow multi-tasking, and the lack of ads combined with it's nostalgic charm has kept it on my phone long after others get deleted. That said, it was a better game before the aesthetic changes, and the lack of coherent consistency on advancing wrestlers or getting higher ratings on matches/shows makes it repetitive and stale.
19 people found this review helpful
I actually love this game but a few things annoy me. The main frustration is some of the better wrestlers stats seem impossible to max out! It's strange that my low tier wrestlers level up fairly easily, but an upper mid card guy could have just one stat left to max out, and the game just refuses to lol. The grind seems really slow too. Also Now you Know should be able to be viewed in a different form. I hate rescrolling through years to find a tag team or feud. Make a list version.
8 people found this review helpful