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Muscle Man: Dirty Challenger

      It was hard to play this: I couldn't see through the tears of laughter induced by the hilarious speedo-clad characters in the intro. When I finally decided to skip the intro and get to the game, I had no idea how to play. I can't rate this, but I'd expect that if it were even half as good as Pro Wrestling, I would have heard something about it.

Rating: N/A

Look at me! I'm Peter Pantsless!

Super Fire Pro Wrestling Premium

      A plain, vanilla flavored wrestler. Nothing special, except for the fact that it was one of the first wrestling games to have nothing special about it.

Rating: 2.2/5

Notice how they try to trick you into thinking there's something new by tilting the camera angle.

Anime Wrestling

      It's anime girls beating the crap out of each other. And it has an RPG-like "career mode". And you don't actually control your wrestler, you just change what strategy she's using (almost like Ogre Battle, only changing types of attacks rather than who she's attacking). And most likely, there's a dating sim somewhere in it. What do you expect from a game with a title like "Anime Wrestling"? It actually looks like an interesting game, but I can't read enough Japanese (or any Japanese, for that matter) to understand how to play it.

Rating: N/A

Can the Japanese go one anime game without some sort of bunny girl?

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