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Wrestling video games have a wide variety. It's not just about annual licensed stuff! And to find the craziest ones, you can always count on the Japanese devs. So we have selected a few Japanese titles — some of these only came out in Japan — to see how far wrestling games (and the muscles) evolved in the last 25 years.
Champion Pro Wrestling (1985 - MSX / SG-1000)
Tag Team Wrestling (1986 - NES / C64)
Cutie Suzuki No Ringside Angel (1990 - Sega Genesis)
Wrestle War (1991 - Sega Genesis)
3 Count Bout (1993 - Neo Geo)
Saturday Night Slam Masters (1994 - SNES / Sega Genesis)
Jikkyou Power Pro Wrestling '96: Max Voltage (1996 - Super Famicom)
Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 (1997 - Nintendo 64)
Big Bang Pro Wrestling (2000 - Neo Geo Pocket colour)
King of Colosseum Red / Green (2002 / 2003 - PlayStation 2)
Rumble Roses (2004 - PlayStation 2)
Lucha Libre AAA: Héroes del Ring (2010 - PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360)
Which Japanese pro wrestling game would you pick as a good-looking one or as your favourite one? You can post them with images in the comments below.