This went up on YouTube last night, but I didn’t get a chance to post here until now. So, apologies for that, but enjoy it as Joey Pink takes on Capcom’s classic 16-bit grappler!
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The final entry for our Wrestlemania Week here On the Stick! Joey Pink is taking on WWF Royal Rumble for the Genesis and the Dreamcast!
It’s a Wrestlemania Special as we take on Roddy Piper’s best movie and ANOTHER John Carpenter movie, it’s THEY LIVE! We also discuss Michael Bay’s TMNT remake and babies.
As part of Wrestlemania Week here On the Stick, the new OOG is all about the original Fire Pro game!
Joe and Eric get together with guests Ethan Cheng, Nick Rycar and Jeremy Signor to talk about the history of WWF games, starting with Microleague Wrestling all the way up through the Smackdown vs. Raw series. Madness ensues! Much shorter than last year’s Wrestlemania podcast!
The big event is tonight! So, while you’re out running errands this afternoon getting ready for the party I know you’re having (or going to, hey come to my house!), why not take a listen as me and Eric are joined by podcast allies Ethan Cheng, Nick Rycar and Jeremy Signor as we go over the rich history of Wrestlemania… for three hours. Hey, it’s long, but it’s thorough. Get it here or on iTunes.
And so, we bring this year’s Wrestlemania Week to a close. Thanks for joining us for it, and enjoy tonight’s Wrestlemania!
EDIT: If you downloaded the podcast before seeing this message, download it again. The sound quality was ass on the first upload. It’s fixed now.
WayForward is a developer that is known for their generally excellent retro-styled games. Things like A Boy and His Blob, Contra 4 and Shantae: Risky’s Revenge show them to be one of the last great major studios doing true 2D work. But it wasn’t always that way. Way back in the early ’00s, they were mostly doing licensed Game Boy Color games for properties like Wendy the Witch and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Lots of witches. But also, wrestling. They did the GBC version of WCW Mayhem, which is the best version of that particular game, as the console versions are godawful. And they also did this game.
Wrestlemania Week continues as my pro wrestling alter-ego takes a look at two Wrestlemania games in this month’s Same Name, Different Game!
Hey, hey loyal readers! Wrestlemania is this Sunday, so we here at onthestick.com are going to hit you guys up with a pile of (mostly) videogame and wrestling related content. To start off the week, I figured I’d take a look at an indie wrestling game. A rare breed, indeed!