Reviews and Problems with Fire Pro Wrestling Returns
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Amazing Wrestling Game!!!
Nick Wilson, Amazon
10 November 2011
Summary: In my opinion this is the best wrestling simulation video game of all time. An incredibly deep roster and edit feature that makes your roster virtually limitless. Many recognizable American, Japanese and Mexican wrestlers and MMA fighers are in this game. The gameplay is tremendous and is the ONLY video game that has ever re-created the feeling of a real wrasslin' match in my opinion.
Summary: I just got this game today and it's my first wrestling game since WWF NO MERCY back in 2000 for the N64. The gameplay will take some getting use to but that's not the problem with this game. The best thing about this game, and the reason why I bought it, is its amazing level of customization. HOWEVER, operating the menus is confusing which makes customizing harder than it should.
Summary: This game delivers great wrestling action for any fan, but it really shines for those who either have a creative spark or a working knowledge of puroresu. It's fun and challenging either way and it is definitely the best value you'll ever see in a wrestling title.
The best console wrestling game in quite some time
N. Durham "Big Evil", Amazon
29 November 2007
Summary: After making two appearances on the GBA over here, the overseas hit series Fire Pro Wrestling makes it's console debut on the PS2 with Fire Pro Wrestling Returns, and be glad that it has. Even though it features 2-D character sprites (albeit they are well designed and animated 2-D sprites) and no big name wrestlers (although there are some characters that look noticably similar to fan favorites of yesteryear), Fire Pro Wrestling features one of the deepest combat systems...
Awesome Wrestling Series Make It's First Console Debut In The States
16 November 2007
Summary: Fire Pro Wrestling is a really old wrestling series from Japan that has been around since the early 90s. So far only 2 versions have only ever been released in America, both of them on GBA. Agetec decided to bring this two year old Japanese wrestling game to the states recently, and I couldn't be more grateful. Yes this game looks bad, but the graphics are not where it shines. It is all about the amazing gameplay and extreme customization.