Nintendo Arm Wrestling Arcade Game Review – MAMECADE 56



Nintendo Arm Wrestling Arcade Game Review mame. http://www.mamecade.com Nintendo followed up their hit Punch-Out with Arm Wrestling. Using the same design team they released it only in North America. Let's look at this forgotten Nintendo gem.

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  1. James Rhett Kennedy
    James Rhett Kennedy 6 January, 2015, 10:20

    I only saw this game in one place – the arcade in a hotel in Panama City. I
    could beat the first two guys without much of a problem but I couldn’t
    figure out how to pull off Bald Bull’s mask.

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  2. MAMECADE Video Game Reviews
    MAMECADE Video Game Reviews 6 January, 2015, 10:20

    @ProjectReality64 Ahem, Purple Frankenstein in a Speedo. Even scarier.

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  3. MAMECADE Video Game Reviews
    MAMECADE Video Game Reviews 6 January, 2015, 10:20

    @Natural8o8Reborn Sure looks like E Honda

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  4. Gamester81Arcade
    Gamester81Arcade 6 January, 2015, 10:20

    Great review John. Is this a rare cab? The local arcade where I live
    actually has this. It is strange that your hair changes color while you
    play this too.

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  5. Josh Berliner
    Josh Berliner 6 January, 2015, 10:20

    Mask X: Also looks kind of like Mario if he were to suddenly take up heavy
    steroid use. Frankenstein: His actual (self given) name is Prometheus, if
    you’ve read the book. The doctor who made him is named Frankenstein. He
    also looks nothing like he does in the book, for there he is described as
    having “bulging muscles, excellent golden skin, long, flowing hair, and
    gray, lifeless eyes.”

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