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5.7 out of 10

Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home

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Overall 6
6.0

Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This At Home

Amazon
18 November 2003
  • Summary: this game getz boring after playing fo a while, but the only good thing about this game is the movie. the game was funny at first than i got tire of it. games is kind of easy, but coolest is the special i have ever seem, and why does a wrestling have a life meter,m it was gay once your life meter is out you lose . i think you should just rent it you probobly can beat it one day. i done it.
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Overall 6
6.0

Just not enough

Jesse, Amazon
3 November 2003
  • Summary: I was realy looking forward to this game after reading all of the reviews. Then the truth set in when I recieved the game. The game simplely put leaves you wanting more. More boards that is. there are only 7 boards that get mighty boring after playing them 4 or 5 times each. I also had several problems with glitches in the program.
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Overall 6
6.0

slow motion

john, Amazon
22 October 2003
  • Summary: this game is fun and cool, but i had to give it 3 stars because of the time it takes to load. i can play 2 or 3 rounds of golf before the game loads up. the controls aren't that great also. the game could use a lot of improvement. the 'create a character' mode was horrible. you can't create a character, you have to pick one. overall, i found it fun to play, but considered suicide while waiting for the game to load.
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Overall 6
6.0

Mediocre title

TwistaG "Quoth the Raven 'Nevermore", Amazon
11 October 2003
  • Summary: The developer of the infamous Thrill Kill brings you Backyard Wrestling, a deceptively innovative title that glorifies the frighteningly popular antics of such backyard wrestling phenomena as Josh Prohibition, MDogg20, and Madman Pondo. Chances are you haven't heard those names before, and that's okay; the game relies little on personalities in its odd blend of wrestling and party-game combat.
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