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Submitted by TheGamerGeek 732d ago | review

Gaming Irresponsibly: Fire Pro Wrestling Review

Born originally as a mostly unknown Japanese wrestling franchise, Fire Pro Wrestling has been around for quite a while and has brought around 20 different iterations. The main thing holding the Fire Pro Wrestling games from going global is the fact that they never featured any major licensing behind them, leaving them to make characters that look similar to actual wrestler but are definitely not. Because that would be illegal and WWF/WWE takes their legalities seriously (Fire Pro Wrestling, Xbox 360) 5.9/10

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