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WCW vs. NWO: World Tour

$5.99

n64gm191 - Developed by AKI Corporation and Published by THQ Inc., "WCW vs. NWO: World Tour" was released for the Nintendo 64 (N64) Entertainment System on November 16, 1997. This is a professional wrestling video game released at the peak of World Championship Wrestling's dominance in the Monday Night Wars. World Tour was THQ's first foray into the N64 wrestling scene and is a semi sequel to the lesser known WCW vs. The World for the PlayStation. W.C.W. versus N.W.O. World Tour is considered the American counterpart to Japan's Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 and is the second best-selling wrestling game for the N64 console. Asmik Ace Entertainment and AKI approached the title by producing a wrestling game similar to Puroresu and fighting games. The resulting game was well received for its tight construction and ease of play, especially compared to Acclaim's comparatively more difficult and convoluted game, WWF War Zone. In fact, the playing style for the Nintendo 64 World Tour, namely its revolutionary "grappling system," set a standard for pro wrestling video games to be expanded in future THQ titles for many years following. World Tour served as a strong foundation for future THQ wrestling games. Its sequel, WCW/nWo Revenge, would be built upon the engine tremendously by introducing ring entrances, improved graphics, more arenas, more signature moves, actual WCW championships, attire modification, and other improvements. Pre-owned - Includes Game Only, no manual or instructions are included.

Product Details

  • UPC: 085138301021
  • Platform: Nintendo 64 Entertainment System (N64)
  • Region: Code NTSC-U/C (US/CA)
  • Compatibility: Controller and Rumble Pak
  • ESRB Rating: "K/A" for Kids to Adults
  • Genre: Action / Sports / Wrestling
  • Class: Licensed
  • Rarity Rating: "D"
  • Game Format: Cartridge
  • Condition: Pre-owned excellent condition

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