Video Games









Nintendo 64













NO MERCY




http://www.gamewinners.com/n64/WWFNoMercy.htm



http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/game/27241.html



http://groups.yahoo.com/group/wwfnomercycaws/



http://www.gametalk.com/talk/n64/wwf_no_mercy/


http://www.geocities.com/wwf_no_mercy/



http://www.nomercyworld.com/







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VIRTUAL PRO WRESTLING 2
(game and japanese wrestling info)




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/25994.html



http://www.cheatcc.com/n64/vpw_2.html



http://www.cheatcc.com/n64/sg/virtual_pro_wrestling_2_trans.txt



http://www.cheatcc.com/n64/sg/virtual_pro_wrestling_2.txt



http://www.puroresu.com/titles/home.html



http://www.puroresupower.com



http://www.puroresu.com



http://www.puroresufan.com



http://www.PuroresuFan.com/njpw



http://www.PuroresuPower.com



http://www.puroresu.x2.nu/



http://home.att.net/~jfarnham/VPWedit.txt



http://pub63.ezboard.com/fjredfrm12.showMessage?topicID=14.topic



http://pub14.ezboard.com/fwm2k89965vpw2



http://pub17.ezboard.com/fwm2kcodes913wm2khackinstarts



http://www.411wrestling.com/smarks/



http://www.angelfire.com/games2/VPW2CAWorld/



http://members.tripod.com/~platinumcaws/index.html



http://db.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/file/virtual_pro_wresling_2_caw_outfit.txt



http://cgi.gamefaqs.com/boards/genmessage.asp?board=25994&topic=3048700



http://cgi.gamefaqs.com/boards/genmessage.asp?board=25994&topic=3175534



http://www.japanvideogames.com/cgi-bin/index.cgi







ROYAL ROAD SUCCESSION TOUR:


You start in the month of May


6 Matches Per Month.


You go from May to April of the following year.







ROSTER RENEWAL




AJPW:


T. Kawada,


Keiji Muto,


G. Tenryu,


Hase,


Taiyo Kea,


Kojima,


KaShin,


Naniwa




AJPW 2:


Stan Hansen,


S. Williams,


Mike Barton,


Johnny Ace,


Johnny Smith,


Giant Kimala





NOAH:


M. Misawa,


Y. Ogawa,


K. Kobashi,


Jun Akiyama,


Takao Omori,


Y. Takayama





NOAH 2:


Vader,


Akira Taue,


Kodo Fuyuki (I put him here because NOAH hosted his retirement show),


Jun Izumida,


K. Shiga,


D. Ikeda




NJPW:


T. Fujinami,


K. Sasaki,


Tadao Yasuda,


S. Koshinaka,


M. Nakanishi,


Yuji Nagata,


K. Yamakazi




Team 2000:


Masa Chono,


Scott Norton,


H. Tenzan,


Hiro Saito,


K. Kanemoto,


Jado,


Gedo




NJPW Jrs.:


Jushin Liger,


El Samurai,


J. Shinzaki,


Dr. Wagner Jr.,


Minoru Tanaka,


M. Kakihara




ZERO-ONE:


S. Hashimoto,


S. Otani,


T. Takaiwa,


M. Tanaka,


A. Otsuka,


Mike Awesome (Had no where to put him. He fits no where)




Indys (yes, Indys):


Great Sasuke,


TAKA Michinoku,


Super Delfin,


Hayabusa,


Mr. Gannosuke,


Magnum TOKYO,


CIMA,


Dragon Kid




RINGS:


K. Tamura,


T. Kohsaka,


B. Tariel,


Volk Han




Pancrase:


Masa Funaki,


Takahashi,


M. Suzuki,


K. Watanabe,


S. Schilt




PRIDE:


N. Takada,


K. Sakuraba,


Enson Inoue,


Rumena Saito,


Y. Ishikawa




Legends:


J. Tsuruta,


Mil Mascaras,


Terry Funk,


Dory Funk Jr.,


Terry Gordy,


G. Albright,


B. Brody,


Abdullah




Veterans:


Andre,


Akira Maeda,


A. Karelin,


R. Gracie,


Mark Kerr,


Bas Rutten,


Great Muta,


U. Dragon




Bookers:


A. Inoki,


Tiger Mask,


Naoya Ogawa,


Riki Chosyu,


Don Frye,


A. Onita,


Y. Fujiwara,


Giant Baba









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RESIDENT EVIL 2




http://www.gamewinners.com/n64/ResidentEvil2.htm



http://db.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/file/resident_evil_2.txt



http://db.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/file/resident_evil_2_b.txt



http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/24847.html



http://db.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/file/resident_evil_2_a.txt








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WCW/NWO REVENGE




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/22529.html








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WRESTLEMANIA 2000




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/24861.html




(BIG Game Shark Codes File)


http://www.gamewinners.com/faq.php?game=w/WWFWrestlemania2000-GameShark-JChamberlin.txt








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ECW HARDCORE REVOLUTION




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/code/25572.html



http://www.game-revolution.com/games/codes/n64/ecw_hardcore_revolution.htm



http://www.gamewinners.com/n64/ECWHardcoreRevolution.htm



http://www.n64-cheats.com/cheat-megapage.asp?GameName=ECW+Hardcore+Revolution+&Platform=N64



http://www.world-of-nintendo.com/nintendo_64/ecw_hardcore_revolution.shtml








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WWF ATTITUDE




http://www.n64-cheats.com/cheat-megapage.asp?GameName=WWF+Attitude&Platform=N64



http://www.world-of-nintendo.com/nintendo_64/wwf_attitude.shtml



http://www.game-revolution.com/games/codes/sony/wwf_attitude_creations.htm



http://www.game-revolution.com/games/codes/n64/wwf_attitude.htm



http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/23755.html








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WCW/NWO WORLD TOUR




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/22528.html








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WCW MAYHEM




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/24556.html



http://vgstrategies.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http://www.gamewinners.com/playstation/WCWMayhem.htm



http://www.gamewinners.com/n64/WCWMayhem.htm



http://www.wcwmayhem.4mg.com/mayhem.html



http://www.game-revolution.com/games/codes/n64/wcw_mayhem.htm



http://www.freaky-cheats.com/cheat-list.asp?GameName=WCW+Mayhem&Platform=N64








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WWF WAR ZONE




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/22534.html



http://db.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/file/wwf_warzone.txt



http://db.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/file/wwf_warzone_d.txt



http://www.supercheats.com/nintendo64/wwfwarzonecheats.htm



http://www.gamewinners.com/n64/WWFWarZone.htm



http://www.game-revolution.com/games/codes/n64/wwf_warzone64.htm



http://www.sports-gaming.com/cheats/n64/wwfwarzone.shtml



http://www.worlddesign.net/ninten/awwf.htm








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TETRISPHERE




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/22514.html








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JEOPARDY




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/22459.html








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DIDDY KONG RACING




http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/n64/data/22433.html








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GENERAL




http://tha-joint.tripod.com/main.html





The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!!


http://www.world-of-nintendo.com/welcome.html





The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!!


http://www.world-of-nintendo.com/welcome.html





IGN N64 Codes


http://codes.ign.com/lists/20108/068/





IGN Game Shark Codes


http://codes.ign.com/lists/20108/106/index.html




CMGSCCC Huge Game Shark Codes Site


http://www.cmgsccc.com/n64/








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Wrestling Game Movelist




Move           N64 button       PSX button



Kick                   A                 Square



Punch                 B               Triangle



Tieup                 C Left         Circle



Block / Reverse   C Down     Cross



Run                     C Right     R2



Climb In / Out     C Up           L2



Change Focus       L               L1



Sidestep             R               R1



irish whip:


right, right, down c arrow



in corner big splash:


right c arrow and A or B














Game Shark










Game Winners





























EXTRAS















Playstation 1 Emulator/Patch Codes/Etc. Info










LEGENDS OF WRESTLING II






 - Back Fist (Weak Strike) - The user takes his right fist and hits his opponent in the head with the back of it.
  - Calf Kick (Weak Strike) - The user kicks at his opponent's calf with his right foot.
  - Chop (Weak Strike) - The user hits his opponent with a reverse knifedge across his chest.
  - Double Fist Punch (Weak Strike) - The user hits his opponent with both fists into the opponent's guts.
  - Knee to Groin (Weak Strike) - Pretty self-explanatory.
  - Left Jab (Weak Strike) - A quick left punch.
  - Right Jab (Weak Strike) - A quick right punch.
  - Shin Kick (Weak Strike) - The user kicks his opponent in this shin with his right foot.



  - Big Gut Shot (Medium Strike) - The user punches his opponent in the guts.
  - Double Air Clap (Medium Strike) - The user claps his opponent's ears.
  - Front Kick to Gut (Medium Strike) - Also self-explanatory.
  - High Kick (Medium Strike) - The user thrusts a martial-arts kick to the side of his opponent's head.
  - Left Hook (Medium Strike) - A fairly strong left punch.
  - Right Hook (Medium Strike) - A fairly strong right punch.
  - Super Kick (Medium Strike) - The user thrusts a martial-arts kick to the front of his opponent's head.



  - Jumping Spin Kick (Strong Strike) - The user jumps, does a 360-midair turn, and kicks the opponent with his right foot.
  - Left Uppercut (Strong Strike) - A strong left uppercut.
  - Open Palm Strike (Strong Strike) - The user hits his opponent with the ball of his open hand.
  - Power Left (Strong Strike) - A powerful left punch.
  - Power Right (Strong Strike) - A powerful right punch.
  - Right Uppercut (Strong Strike) - A strong right uppercut.
  - Side Roundhouse (Strong Strike) - The user jumps, does a 360-midair turn, and kicks the opponent in the head with his right foot.
  - Standing Dropkick (Strong Strike) - The user jumps, brings both of his feet together, and double-kicks the opponent in his chest.
  - Tornado Punch (Strong Strike) - The user does a 360-degree turn and punches his opponent.





  - 3-Point Clothesline (Front) - The user gets down in a football stance, then runs at his opponent and hits him with a big clothesline.
  - Ace Crusher (Front) - The user takes his opponent's head and drops it over his right shoulder, then goes down on the mat.
- Bareback (Front) - The user places his right arm under the opponent's chin and drops him with it.
  - Chin Crusher (Front) - The user cracks his opponent's chin on his skull. That has to be painful for both... This move can be linked into either a pin or submission.
  - Claw of Death (Front) - The user puts a claw hold on his opponent's forehead, then hits him with a Tornado Punch.
  - Divine Hammer (Front) - The user wraps his hands around his opponent's neck, lifts him up, and slams him down on his spine. This move can be linked into either a pin or submission.
  - Double Roundhouse (Front) - The user kicks his opponent in the knee to get him down on his knees, then kicks him in the head with a roundhouse kick.


  - Enziguri (Front) - The user kicks and the opponent catches his foot, then the user kicks his opponent in the head with his other foot.
  - Enzuilariat (Front) - The user misses with a clothesline as his opponent ducks underneath it, then the user slams his opponent hard with a right slam to the back.
  - Fireman's Carry (Front) - The user slams his opponent over his head from one side to the other. This move can be linked into a submission.
  - Flying Headscissors (Front) - The user jumps and wraps his legs around the opponent's head, then throws him to the side.
  - Free Press (Front) - The user lifts his opponent into the air above his head, then drops him behind.
  - Gorilla Press Slam (Front) - The user lifts his opponent into the air above his head, then slams him to the side.
  - Headbutt (Front) - The user slams his head into the opponents. This move can be linked into a Belly-to-Belly ISP.
  - Heart Punch (Front) - The user lifts his opponent's left arm and punches him in the heart.
  - Hip Toss (Front) - The user locks his arm with his opponent's and flips and slams him.
  - Hurricanrana Ready (Front) - The user puts his feet on his opponent's shoulders and lifts him up and over via his head. This move can be linked to a pin.


  - One Arm Slam (Front) - The user slams his opponent with one arm.
  - One Hand Chokeslam (Front) - The user lifts his opponent with one arm clasped around his neck and slams him down.
  - Piper Combo (Front) - The user jabs his opponent twice, then winds up his arm and pokes his opponent in the eyes.
  - Russian Backbreaker (Front) - The user lifts his opponent above his head, then slams his back down on his knee.
  - Show Stopper (Front) - A simple choke slam.
  - Sidewalk Slam (Front) - The user lifts his opponent by his legs and slams him down on his back. This move can be linked to either a pin or submission.
- Single Headbutt (Front) - Almost exactly the same as the Headbutt except the user looks around before doing the move. Can be linked to a Belly-to- Belly ISP.
- Sit Out Chokeslam (Front) - The Show Stopper with the user going down with his opponent. This move can be linked to a pin.
  - Small Package (Front) - The user rolls his opponent up into a pin.
  - Snapmare (Front) - The user snaps his opponent's head and flips him
over.
  - Stinger (Front) - The user kicks his opponent and slams his head down
on his shoulder.
  - Warm Up The Band (Front) - The user gives his opponent a swift kick
to the head.





  - Cane Strike Combo (Weapon) - The user misses with a cane swing the first time, then hits his opponent as he turns back around.
  - Cane Sweep Combo (Weapon) - The user hits his opponent with the cane,
then sweeps him with it.
  - Critical Spin Kick (Weapon) - The user throws a chair into his opponent's hands then hits it with a spin kick.
  - Double Chair Shot (Weapon) - Simply enough, the user hits his opponent over the head with a chair twice.
  - Triple Can Hit (Weapon) - Also simply enough, the user hits his opponent over the head with a garbage can three times.





  - Abstretch (Behind) - A submission hold where the user stretches out his opponent's abdominal muscles.
  - Atomic Drop (Behind) - The user lifts his opponent and slams the small of his back down on his knee.
  - Back Slide (Behind) - A pinning combination.
  - Behind Bulldog (Behind) - The user slams his opponent into the mat,
face- first.
  - Cobra Slam (Behind) - The user puts his opponent in a Head Arm Choke, then sweeps and slams him.
  - Layout Reverse DDT (Behind) - The user slams his opponent down, back of the head first. This move can be linked to a pin or submission.
  - Low Blow (Behind) - The user punches his opponent in the mommy-daddy
buttons.


  - Reverse DDT (Behind) - The user slams the back of his opponent's head down onto the mat. This move can be linked to a pin.
  - Reverse Suplex (Behind) - The user suplexes his opponent onto his
stomach.
  - Side Slam (Behind) - The user lifts and slams his opponent from the side. This move can be linked to a pin.
  - Swing Thing (Behind) - The user grasps his opponent by the head and falls backwards with him.





The Intermediate Start Position system, or ISP system as it is commonly called, is how you control your wrestler in the game. Here are the controls:

Start button - pauses the game at anytime

B button - reverses a move when done at the appropriate time


Ready Position (Standing Still):

Control Stick - Move wrestler/Tag partner (+B button)

Directional Pad Up - Taunt/Finisher

Directional Pad Down - Cheat

B button - Block

A button - Ready Strike/use weapon

Y button - Ready Move/use certain weapons (special hits)

X button - Grapple/Pin (only if opponent is on the ground)/throw weapon

L button - Climb through ropes/up turnbuckle

R button - Run

Z button - Pick up weapon


Grapple From the Front:

Control Stick - Move wrestlers

Directional Pad Up - Finisher

B button - Belly-to-Belly ISP

A button - Suplex ISP

Y button - Scoop Slam ISP

X button - Head Between Legs ISP

R button - Whip opponent/throw opponent outside of ring (close to ropes)


Grapple From the Back:

Control Stick - Move wrestlers

Directional Pad Up - Finisher

B button - School Boy Pin

A button - Belly-to-Back ISP

Y button - Samoan Drop ISP

X button - Full Nelson ISP

R button - Whip opponent/throw opponent outside of ring (close to ropes)









STORYLINES:

At the beginning of each region, you randomly choose from 9 - 14 storylines.



Northeast Region Storylines:

  #1 - Fixed Match - The promoter, Tony "The Boss" Pavorati, wants you to throw a match for him. The storyline will change whether or not you choose to throw the match.

  #2 - Injured Opponent - In your first match, you wrestle a mid-carder. After you beat him, the promoter tells you that he was injured in the match. He then interferes throughout the rest of your career in the promotion.

  #3 - Vindictive Opponent - You face a mid-carder in the first match, and after you beat him, he interferes throughout the rest of your career in the promotion.

  #4 - Daughter's Crush - The promoter's daughter has a crush on you. The promoter wants you to do well so you do not disappoint his daughter. She ends up falling for the pizza delivery boy.

  #5 - Disappearing Jobbers - Inferring to his mob ties, "The Boss" states that there has been a problem in the promotion with jobbers "disappearing" after they kept on losing matches. The Boss wants to make sure that you do well or else you may disappear.

  #6 - Bundy vs. Pillman - King Kong Bundy and Brian Pillman have a feud in the region. Depending on whether your wrestler is a face or heel, one of those 2 wrestlers join you in your corner.

  #7 - The Animal - The storyline revolves around George "The Animal" Steele.

  #8 - Albano in Charge - Captain Lou Albano manages a group of wrestlers that are causing problems for the promoter.

  #9 - Former Friends - The promoter tells you that he has friends in the prior region you just competed, and those friends were pals with the champion you defeated. The friends want the promoter to make life rough for you.

  #10 - Critical Promoter - The promoter advises that he is not impressed with your former accomplishments, and gives you tough matches in the region.



Southeast Region Storylines:

  #1 - Hitting on Promoter - You are making eyes at the promoter, and she does not like it. She constantly tells you to keep your mind on wrestling.

  #2 - Amorous Promoter - Direct opposite of the first storyline. The promoter is hitting on you.

  #3 - The Comic Wrestler - The storyline revolves around the historic Andy Kaufman/Jerry Lawler feud. This storyline is specific for Jerry Lawler.

  #4 - Pilfered Gear - The promoter wants you to steal Jerry Lawler's crown and robe as a favor. When you do, Lawler causes problems.

  #5 - Rock N' Roll Express - The storyline revolves around the Rock N' Roll Express. Lots of tag matches in this storyline. You still have to win the Southeast Singles Title as well.

  #6 - Jimmy Hart in Charge - Jimmy Hart manages a group of wrestlers that are causing problems for the promoter.

  #7 - Mr. Wonderful - The promoter advises that a tag team from another promotion has come in the region and taken the belts. She assigns a partner to team up with Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff to take the titles back. This storyline is specific for Paul Orndorff.

  #8 - Unimpressed Promoter - The promoter advises that he is not impressed with your former accomplishments, and gives you tough matches in the region. Storyline ends with a battle royal.

  #9 - Vindictive Former Champ - The wrestler from the previous promotion you just competed in comes to this region and causes problems.



Midwest Region Storylines:

  #1 - Knock off the Old Champ - The promoter wants you to defeat the longtime champion of the region.

  #2 - Vindictive Rival - You face a mid-carder in the first match, and after you beat him, he interferes throughout the rest of your career in the promotion.

  #3 - Desperate Manager - The manager in the region has control of the region. When you start winning matches, he sends his wrestlers to interfere in your matches.

  #4 - Gambling Promoter - The promoter gambles, and puts money on you to win.

  #5 - The Road Warriors 1 - The storyline revolves around The Road Warriors. Lots of tag matches in this storyline. You still have to win the Midwest Singles Title as well.

  #6 - Wrestling's Richest Man - The storyline revolves around Ted DiBiase and ends with a battle royal.

  #7 - One Man Gang Warfare - The storyline revolves around The One Man Gang.

  #8 - The Posse - Cowboy Bob Orton is the champion, and he also manages a group of wrestlers that are causing problems for the promoter.

  #9 - Road Warriors #2 - After winning a title in a different promotion, you go to the Midwest Region. Scotty tells you that you should compete in tag team competition against The Road Warriors. This is basically the same storyline as the Road Warriors #1.

  #10 - Promoter's Kid - You are the promoter's son's favorite wrestler. The promoter wants you to do well. Eventually, the promoter's kid takes down your poster and puts up posters of a pop singer.

  #11 - The Baron - The storyline revolves around Baron Von Raschke.



Southwest Region Storylines:

  #1 - Promoter's Nephew - The promoter's nephew is just starting to be a wrestler, and the promoter wants you to take him under your wing. You compete in a lot of tag matches with Bubba as your tag team partner. You finally get to control a jobber. If you lose a match, the promoter punishes you with tough matches.

  #2 - Manipulative Champion - You start this region out skipping the jobber matches and go right into matches against the mid-carders. The champion is demanding that you face tougher competition.

  #3 - The Champ's Girl - You hit on the champion's girlfriend, and he wants revenge.

  #4 - Fill-In Tag Team - Tex has a tag team with an injured partner, so you get plugged in with the healthy member of the team.

  #5 - Protective Champ - The champion of the region singles you out and interferes in your matches to keep you from getting too popular.

  #6 - The Von Erichs - The storyline revolves around the von Erich family. Fritz von Erich is the champion. Other members of the family interfere during the matches.

  #7 - Tough as Nails - The storyline revolves around Terry Funk. Tex goes on and on about how tough Terry Funk is. The storyline ends with a cage match for the title.

  #8 - Beat Down - The champ is Terry Funk. You start out by facing Dory Funk Jr. After beating him, both Terry and Dory Funk Jr. interfere later on in the region.

  #9 - Superstar - "Superstar" Billy Graham is the champion, and he also manages a group of wrestlers that are causing problems for the promoter.

  #10 - Family Feud 1 - Centers around the Funk/von Erich feud. This storyline is specific for the von Erichs.

  #11 - Cutbacks - There are tough financial times in the promotion, and Tex had to fire a lot of wrestlers. When you finally win matches, the crowds increase, and Tex is able to hire back everyone else he fired.

  #12 - Unimpressed Promoter - The promoter advises that he is not impressed with your former accomplishments, and gives you tough matches in the region.

  #13 - The Man of a 1,000 Masks - The storyline revolves around Mil Mascaras.

  #14 - Family Feud 2 - Centers around the Funk/von Erich feud. This storyline is specific for The Funks.



Pacific Region Storylines:

  #1 - Rival Tag Team - Randall has a tag team with an injured partner, so you get plugged in with the healthy member of the team.

  #2 - Coalition of Wrestlers - There is a group of wrestlers who constantly interfere in your matches.

  #3 - Movie Star - Randall has a movie part open to either you or the champion of the region. Whoever wins the title match gets the movie role.

  #4 - Sensationalized Violence - The promoter wants bloody, violent matches. NOTE: This is the only storyline that Big John Studd can compete in, although it is not specifically made for him

  #5 - Promoter's Girl - You hit on the promoter's girlfriend, and he schedules you in tough matches.
  #6 - Martial Arts Master - The storyline revolves around Ricky Steamboat.

  #7 - Snuka vs. Muraco - Snuka and Muraco are feuding. You get involved in the feud.

  #8 - Gimmick Envy - You are heard talking bad about Ricky Steamboat's gimmick. It gets back to The Dragon, and he causes problems in the promotion.

  #9 - Big John Studd - The storyline revolves around Big John Studd. Of course, you have to win a body slam match before you get a title shot.

  #10 - Rock and a Hard Place - The storyline revolves around Don Muraco.

  #12 - Killer Champion - The storyline revolves around Killer Kowalski.



World Circuit Storylines:

  #1 - Enemies from the Past - A bunch of wrestlers that you faced in previous regions invade the world region and cause you problems.

  #2 - World Class Battle Royal - When you finally work your way up to a title- match, there is a 30-man battle royal that you have to win to get a title shot. The battle royal is extremely difficult, so good luck.

  #3 - Rival Promotion - There is a rival promotion competing against the World Circuit. Hiro Natsume schedules you in exciting matches to draw big crowds.

  #4 - Superfly - The storyline revolves around Jimmy Snuka. The storyline ends with a battle royal that is also very difficult.

  #5 - The Iron Sheik - The storyline revolves around The Iron Sheik. The Iron Sheik is always accompanied by Nikolai Volkoff and, halfway through, you face Volkoff and Sheik in a tag team match.

  #6 - Hulkamania - The storyline revolves around Hulk Hogan.

  #7 - Andre the Giant - The storyline revolves around Andre the Giant.

  #8 - The Best There Is - The storyline revolves around Bret Hart.

  #9 - The Red Champ - The storyline revolves around Nikolai Volkoff.