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Goof Troop Advert - SNES 
An absolute fantastic game, a favorite of mine when it comes to couch co-op, and the first game to be designed by Shinji Mikami AKA the creator Resident Evil.
WWF RAW is WAR Advert [December 1994]
Great looking piece here for one of the best wrestling games from the 16-bit era. I still think Capcom’s Saturday Night Slam Masters might beat it though, that game had Haggar from Final Fight!
WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling - Super Nintendo 
I always had a soft spot for WCW games due to it being the league that first got me into wrestling. This game wasn’t too terrible, but I remember the highlight being the weird character select screen that had the wrestlers screaming their catchphrases whenever you highlighted them.
Plus, it was the only wrestling game out there that had the Little Richard impersonator/wrestler, Johnny B. Badd!
Meltzer rating: Five out of five stars.
WWF Royal Rumble Advert - Super Nintendo [June 1993]
I honestly have these games to thank for my lifelong obsession with professional wrestling. I didn’t have cable, so the only way to keep track of the WWF was through their video games and renting out VHS tapes from the video store.
WWF Super WrestleMania Advert - Super Nintendo 
The Super Nintendo classic wrestling game that played as if each wrestler had the bottom of their shoes coated in molasses. Despite that, I still played the hell out of this one, mostly due to the fact that I didn’t know any better nor did I care. The series would get better with each sequel from LJN, but WWF Super WrestleMania did an alright job at giving eight-year-old kids that lived out in the country a chance to play as Hulk Hogan and take down that dastardly Undertaker.