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Shack's Arcade Corner: WWF Wrestlemania

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This week on Shack's Arcade Corner, we are taking a look back at WWF Wrestlemania. The game hit arcades in 1995. It was developed and pulbished by Midway and used the same digitized sprite technology popularized by Mortal Kombat. Players could select from eight different rasslers and the arcade cabinet supported two players. WWF Wrestlemania was more of a brawler than a wrestling game and even included combos similar to Street FIghter and Mortal Kombat. The arcade game was so popular that it saw many console ports. Check out the video to find out more about WWF Wrestlemania. We promise it will be more satisfying than this week's RAW 25 episode.

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