WCW vs. nWo: World Tour

a game by AKI Corporation

Platform: Nintendo 64Nintendo 64

Genre: Sports

See also:WCW Games

A good bash at a wrestling I game, featuring real fighters from four American organisations. Best played I with four people.

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A perfectly acceptable, technically solid beat-'em-up with 37 grapplers with colourful pant. Not quite Tekken though.

reggie posted a review

Everybody knows that American wrestling is faked, well, everybody except possibly most of the people in the United States. Take the things that happen, for example; people get hit with chairs, members of the audience leap into the ring and hammer wrestlers five times their size. Even just watching closely the fairly normal fighting that goes on can reveal the total lack of any realism, as when one wrestler slaps feebly at another, who in turn performs a triple backflip and goes down as if he'd just been hit by a train!

However, despite this fairly ridiculous premise, the whole thing is just as popular as it ever was. Ask someone who watches it (again, not in America) and they'll more than likely say that they watch it precisely because it is so ridiculous and they only watch it to see what crazy thing will happen next. Which is fair enough.

Wrestling has always been a subject for video games, and over the years there have been many, some good, most bad, and pretty much all of them featuring Hulk Hogan. WCW vs NWO World Tour is no exception. Er, that is, it features Hulk Hogan, not that it's bad - far from it in fact. For this game, aside from having a title that must be a dyslexic typist's nightmare, is pretty damn good!

Kapow! Thud!

You can choose wrestlers from four wrestling organisations - the WCW, NWO, DOA and the Independent Union - giving you a total of no fewer than 37 muscle-bound bruisers to choose from, with the promise of hidden characters and end-of-league bosses as you play through.

If you are one of those who watch wrestling, for whatever reason - you don't have to explain yourself to us - then you'll probably be aware that all the wrestlers have their own particular specialities when it comes to moves. This is what has made many past wrestling games a little disappointing, in that no matter which wrestler you used, they all had the same moves and mannerisms. With WCW, every wrestler has his own specific range of moves, just like the ones on TV! The only difference is that in the game they don't pull their punches.

One of the most enjoyable aspects of the game has to be the illegal moves. After all, this is what made American wrestling so popular in the first place, isn't it? It's all very well doing clothes-lines and flying body-slams, but if you can't grab a foreign object from the crowd and smack the other wrestlers over the head with it, then where's the fun?

As far as the actual matches go, there are more fighting modes than you can shake a stick at, or even a chair... or, on one memorable occasion, a baseball bat (what kind of weirdo wrestling fan brings a baseball bat to a wrestling match anyway?)

Sweaty Gussets

In addition to their normal moves, and of course the ability to batter opponents to death with heavy objects, the wrestlers all have super-special moves. These specials can be used when the wrestler's 'spirit meter' is built up to full, at which point it'll flash 'special' at you to let you know to go for it. The spirit meter can be increased in two ways – the first, and most obvious way, is by beating seven bells out of the opposition, which raises your levels and lowers his. However, you can also increase your spirit by appealing to the crowd - okay, let's be frank, you strike a pose. Do this, particularly after you've just pulled off some spectacular throw, and the crowd goes wild, your spirit meter shoots up, and your head expands to twice its normal size (okay, that last bit's a lie).

Speaking of the crowd - they are a little disappointing. Presumably all the work went into the wrestlers themselves - which is as it should be - but this has resulted in a crowd which, as someone in the office observed, looks like a rather bad painting by Monet. The first row of the crowd you see are fairly standard cutouts - okay, nothing very exciting, but no problem. The subsequent rows though, are some kind of mutant creation that looks a little like one of those 'Magic Eye' pictures might if it moved about a lot. Stare at them for too long and you can almost see three penguins playing football!

This is pretty much the only fault this game has though. The most fun to be had is in the aforementioned Battle Royal mode, where four players - in any combination of human and CPU control - can bash hell out of each other. It's just manic!

With the massive range of wrestlers, the choice of several gaming modes, and a range of hidden boss characters, this game will keep you going for ages. Although it's not strictly a beat-'em-up - it's more of a 'grab-'em-and-roll-around-on-the-floor-with-'em-up' - it does fit into the same general category, and that being so, it's fair to say that WCW vs NWO World Tour is the best of the bunch to reach the N64 so far.

reggie posted a review

Lex Lucer

A former American footballer (he played American football, not he was American and played football), Lex is the toughest fighter in the WCW. He has held two WCW tag-team titles and four WCW belts. His signature is the special Torture Rack move, which means you don't turn your back on him when his spirit meter is flashing!

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Crown Chop: B (close)
  2. Knee Lift: B (far)
  3. Chest Slap: Up, B (close)
  4. Mid Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Spinning Roundhouse: Hold B Drop Kick: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (to From):

  1. Crown Bamboochop: A, A
  2. Super Elbow: A, Up, A
  3. Body Slam: A, Down, A
  4. Hiplock Takedown: A, B
  5. Skyscraper Backdrop: A, Up, B
  6. Held Tombstone: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Power Slam: Hold A, A
  2. BenchSlam: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Manhattan Drop: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Standing Clothesline: Hold A, B
  5. Dynamic DDT: A, Up, Hold B
  6. Dynamic Bomb: A, Down, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Backbone Shiver: A, A
  2. Shoulder Smash: A, B

Strong Grappling (to Rear):

  1. Forearm Mickey: Hold A, A
  2. Back Breaker: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. High Body Toss: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Arm-Drag Takedown: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Power Lift Body Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Super Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat: (Face Up)

  1. Arm Wrench: Move near to head, A
  2. Knee Crush: Move near to legs, A Elbow Drop: B (Face Down)
  3. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A Boston Crab: Move near to legs, A Stomp: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Flying Elbow: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  2. Diving Shoulder Block: Move into turnbuckle, C Down

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Corner Crunch: A, A
  2. Aerial Brain Buster: Hold A, A
  3. Diving Body Press: Hold A, Up, A

Special Moves (When Spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Coconut Crush: Hold A, Move analogue stick (from the front)
  2. Torture Rack: Hold A, Move analogue stick (from behind)

Sting

A controversial, mysterious figure. Sting hails from Venice Beach, California - or at least, the real one does. Sting has found himself frequently challenged by imposters, including the current fake, 'Stink', formerly a wrestler called Cobra. Sting's signature is a mat move, the Scorpion Death Lock, which means if you find yourself on the deck, you'd better get up quick!

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Forearm Elbow: B (close)
  2. Knee Kick: B (far)
  3. Body Blow: Up, B (close)
  4. Stomach Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Soccer Kick: Hold B Stinger Punch: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Front):

  1. One Hand Hammer: A, A
  2. Shoulder Drop: A, Up, A
  3. Body Slam: A, Down, A
  4. Headlock Takedown: A, B
  5. Lifting Slam: A, Up, B
  6. Back Buster: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Inside Side Buster: Hold A, A
  2. Belly to Belly Suplex: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Power Bomb: Hold A, Down, A
  4. DDT: Hold A, B
  5. Stinger Slam: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Small Package Press: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Face Crusher: A, A
  2. Back Drop: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Scorpion Death Drop: Hold A, A
  2. Atomic Slam: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Arm-Drag Takedown: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Back Breaker
  3. Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  4. Tap Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  5. Manhattan Drop: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Sleeper Hold: Move near to head, A
  2. Scorpion Death Lock: Move near to legs, A Stomp: B (Face Down)
  3. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  4. Leg Bar: Move near to legs, A
  5. Smashing Blow: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Flying Knee: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  2. Diving Clothesline: Move into turnbuckle, C Down

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Turnbuckle Slam: A, A
  2. Avalanche Suplex: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Super Brain Buster: Hold A, A
  4. Stinger Splash: D-pad towards turnbuckle, C Down, B

Special Moves (when spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Power Jack: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick
  2. German Suplex: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick (from behind)

Ciant

Giant became the youngest wrestler ever to hold the title of WCW World Heavyweight Champion soon after joining the organisation, and has toppled such well-known personalities as Ric Flair, Lex Luger and "Macho Man" Randy Savage. He recently impressed fans by winning the 60 man Battle Royal at WCW World War III, making good use of his signature Choke Slam and Choke Hold moves.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Clubbing Forearm: B (close)
  2. Big Boot: B (far)
  3. Ham Bone: Up, B (close)
  4. Stomach Stuff: Up, B (far)
  5. Head Kick: Hold B
  6. Super Kick: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (to From):

  1. Head Butt: A, A
  2. Giant Forearm: A, Up, A
  3. Body Slam: A, Down, A
  4. Elbow Crank: A, B
  5. Standing Throw: A, Up, B
  6. Neck Breaker: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (to Front):

  1. Top Rope Clothesline: Hold A, A
  2. Canadian Back Breaker: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Double Arm Power Bomb: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Waist Sweep: Hold A, B
  5. Choke Hold: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Pile Driver: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Spine Tingler: A, A
  2. Knee Breaker: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Inside Side Buster: Hold A, A
  2. Giant Pain Rack: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Overhead Toss: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Arm Bar Throw: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Power Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Sleeper Hold: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Choke: Move near to head, A
  2. Leg Crush: Move near to legs, A
  3. Falling Head Butt: B (Face Down)
  4. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  5. Leg Screw: Move near to legs, A
  6. Giant Leg Drop: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Giant Splash: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  2. Double Fist Drop: Move into turnbuckle, C Down

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Turnbuckle Sandwich: A, A
  2. Giant Suplex: Hold A, A
  3. Giant Swing Throw: Hold A, Up, A
  4. Football Charge: D-pad towards turnbuckle, C Down, B

Special Moves (when spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Choke Slam: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick
  2. Drop German Suplex: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick (from behind)

Scott Steiner

Scott, together with his brother Rick, has managed to create a totally new verb. Forget getting pulverised by someone, Scott will happily 'Steinerize' you if you get in his way! Looking a lot like a live-action version of Disney's Hercules, Scott's particular talent and his signature move is an earth-shaking Belly to Back Suplex.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Elbow to Head: B (close)
  2. Knee Kick: B (far)
  3. Body Blow: Up, B (close)
  4. Ricky Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Drop Kick: Hold B Linebacker Lift: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Front):

  1. Forearm Smash: A, A
  2. Fireman's Carry: A, Up. A
  3. Shoulder Tackle: A, Down, A
  4. Gut Wrench Suplex: A, B
  5. Snap Suplex: A, Up, B
  6. Shoulder Breaker: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (to From):

  1. Speedy Side Suplex: Hold A, A
  2. Belly to Belly Suplex: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Stud Driver Bomb: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Front Suplex: Hold A, B
  5. Belly to Back Suplex: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Screwdriver Power Slam: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Back Breaker: A, A
  2. Throw German Suplex: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Stretch Slam: Hold A, A
  2. Full Nelson Suplex: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Overhead Toss: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Full Press Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Funky Steiner: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, hold A
  4. Frankensteiner Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Dragon Sleeper: Move near to head, A
  2. Boston Crab: Move near to feet, A
  3. Elbow Drop: B (Face Down)
  4. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  5. Knee Lock: Move near to feet, A
  6. Falling Elbow: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Flying Elbow: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  2. Double Fist: Move into turnbuckle, C Down
  3. Turnbuckle Tackle: Run at ropes, Up, A

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Turnbuckle Tackle: A,
  2. Avalanche Front Suplex: Hold A, A
  3. Dragon Buster: Hold A, Up, A

Special Moves (When spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Suplex Pile Driver: Hold A,
  2. Move Analogue Stick
  3. Grapple Doctor Bomb: Hold A, Move
  4. Analogue Stick (from behind)

Rick Steiner

Rick Steiner, the second member of the Steiner tag-team, is known as 'Dog Face Gremlin', hence his rather dashing dog collar. Having apparently seen the Tyson/Holyfield fight, he sports some rather sensible wrestling headgear, and his signature move is the head-on Canadian Backbreaker. Not the sort of person you'd ask for a hug!

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Rough Elbow: B (close)
  2. Knee Kick: B (far)
  3. Hammer Punch: Up, B (close)
  4. Soccer Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Shoulder Smash: Hold B Bulldog Forearm: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (to Front):

  1. Bull Elbow: A, A
  2. Bulldog Smash: A, Up, A
  3. Lift Slam: A, Down, A
  4. Head Lock Takedown: A, B
  5. Shoulder Press Slam: A, Up, B
  6. Shoulder Buster: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Side Breaker: Hold A, A
  2. Steinerline: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Inside Side Buster: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Belly to Belly Suplex: Hold A, B
  5. Canadian Backbreaker: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Power Jack: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Back Bone Bull: A, A Overhead
  2. Slam: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Dragon Suplex: Hold A, A
  2. German Suplex: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Shoulder Drop: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Power Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A Power
  3. Lift Body Slam: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Spinning Backbreaker: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Eye Gouge Submission: Move near to head,A
  2. Boston Crab: Move near to feet, A
  3. Elbow Drop: B (Face Down)
  4. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  5. Knee Bar: Move near to feet, A
  6. Falling Elbow: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Flying Elbow: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  2. Flying Tackle: Move into turnbuckle, C Down
  3. Pit Bull: Run at Ropes, Up, A

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Pit Bull: A, A
  2. Avalanche Suplex: Hold A, A
  3. Steiner Suplex: Hold A, Up, A

Special Moves (when spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Power Bomb: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick
  2. Drop German Suplex: Hold A, Move
  3. Analogue Stick (from behind)

Ric Flair

Ric, the oldest wrestler in the WCW, is also the first ever environmentally friendly combatant. Either that or the first nudist wrestler - his nickname is 'Nature Boy'. Ric is known for his flashy entrances and his shock of whle hair, and despite his age, is one of the most fearsome wrestlers on the circuit, with his signature Flying Knee Drop and figure Four Leg Lock.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Straight Fist: B (close)
  2. Kick: B (far)
  3. Throat Chop: Up, B (close)
  4. Knee Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Spinning Punch: Hold B
  6. Drop Kick: Up, hold B

Weak Grappling (To From):

  1. Flair Punch: A, A
  2. Forearm Smash: A, Up, A
  3. Snap Mare: A, Down, A
  4. Elbow Smash: A, B
  5. Aerial Brain Buster: A, Up, B Pile
  6. Driver: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Flying Major: Hold A, A
  2. Revolution Takedown: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Brain Buster: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Double Arm Suplex: Hold A, B
  5. Vertical Brain Buster: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Small Package Press: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Back Drop: A, A
  2. Knee Breaker: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Atomic Drop: Hold A, A
  2. Abdominal Stretch: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Shoulder Toss: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Arm Drag Takedown: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Manhattan Drop: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Fireman's Carry: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Eye Gouge Submission: Move near to head,A
  2. Figure Four Leg Lock: Move near to feet, A Elbow Drop:B (Face Down)
  3. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  4. Cobra Twist: Move near to feet, A
  5. Falling Elbow: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Flying Knee: Move into turnbuckle, C Down
  2. Flying Flair: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  3. Double Axe Handle: Move into turnbuckle, C Down

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Turnbuckle Throat Chop: A, A
  2. Turnbuckle Shoulder Ram: Hold A, A
  3. Riding Punch: Hold A, Up, A

Special Moves (When spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Sucker Punch: Hold A, Move Analogue
  2. Stick Command Performance: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick (from behind)

Ultimo Dragon

Ultimo Dragon originally lived in Japan, country of his birth, but he moved to Mexico to become a top wrestler in the WCW. His claim to fame is that he was at one time the holder of no less than nine title belts (making you wonder just how many there are!). Coming from Japan, Hollywood's home of martial arts. Ultimo has a talent for kicks and aerial moves, and his devastating signature is the Dragon Sleeper.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Karate Punch: B (close)
  2. Karate Kick: B (far)
  3. Karate Chop: Up, B (close)
  4. Roundhouse: Up, B (far)
  5. Drop Kick: Hold B
  6. Reverse Spinning Drop Kick: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Front):

  1. European Upper Cut: A, A
  2. Snap Mare: A, Up, A
  3. Body Drop Takedown: A, Down, A
  4. Arm Whip Elbow: A, B
  5. Snap Suplex: A, Up, B
  6. Ultimodriver: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Side Suplex: Hold A, A
  2. Vertical Brain Buster: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Tombstone: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Drop DDT: Hold A, B
  5. Belly to Back Suplex: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Grapple Doctor Bomb: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Reverse Back Breaker: A, A
  2. Savage Kick: A, B

Strong Grappling (to Front):

  1. German Suplex: Hold A, A
  2. Maya Crossarm Suplex: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Shoulder Carry: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Leg Whip: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Leg Lariat: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Helicopter Back Breaker: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Dragon Sleeper: Move near to head, A
  2. Dragon Stretch: Move near to feet, A
  3. Sunset Flip Drop: B (Face Down)
  4. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  5. Surfboard Stretch: Move near to feet, A
  6. Heel Stomp: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Cancun Tornado: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  2. Spinning Dragon Kick: Move into turnbuckle, C Down
  3. Asai Moonsault: Run at ropes. Up, A

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Karate Chop: A, A
  2. Suplex: Hold A, A
  3. Dragonsteiner: Hold A, Up, A

Special Moves (when spirit Meter Rashes):

  1. Running Power Bomb: Hold A,
  2. Move Analogue Stick
  3. La Mahistral: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick (from behind)

Dean Malenko

Dean is the son of the late, lamented Professor Boris Malenko, a major wrestling star of the sixties and seventies, and as such grew up with wrestling as a major influence on his life. Following in his fathers footsteps. Dean can counter any move he comes up against, and has a few surprises of his own, like his innovative signature move, the Texas Cloverleaf mat technique.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Elbow Smash: B (close)
  2. Sharp Low Kick: B (far)
  3. Hooked Slap: Up, B (close)
  4. Middle Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Low Drop Kick: Hold B
  6. High Drop Kick: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Front):

  1. Forearm Smash: A, A
  2. Snap Mare: A, Up, A
  3. Body Slam: A, Down, A
  4. Reverse Arm Bar: A, B
  5. Brainbuster to Bodyslam: A, Up, B
  6. Pile Driver: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Double Arm Suplex: Hold A, A
  2. Fireman's Drop: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Power Slam: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Bryant Suplex: Hold A, B
  5. Vertical Brain Buster: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Small Package Press: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Spinning Back Drop: A, A
  2. Reverse Back Breaker: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Abdominal Stretch: Hold A, A
  2. German Suplex: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Leg Whip: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Body Toss: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Spinning Back Breaker: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Leg Lariat: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Arm Bar: Move near to head, A
  2. Texas Cloverleaf: Move near to feet, A
  3. Stomp: B (Face Down)
  4. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  5. Side Surfboard Stretch: Move near to feet, A
  6. Falling Elbow: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Flying Elbow: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  2. Missile Kick: Move into turnbuckle, C Down

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Comer Maul: A, A
  2. Avalanche Suplex: Hold A, A
  3. Falling Reverse Suplex: Hold A, Up, A

Special Moves (when spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Double Arm Power Bomb: Hold A,
  2. Move Analogue Stick
  3. Tiger Suplex: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick (from behind)

Eddy Cuerrero

Eddy Guerrero comes from the li'l ol' state of Texas, El Paso to be exact. His fast, dangerous and devil-may-care ring acrobatics have made audiences quickly warm to him, and his mat-wrestling prowess ranks with the best of them. Eddy's most useful trait is his ability at adapting to counter practically any fighting style, and he can often be seen finishing opponents with his signature Frog Splash move.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Chop: B (close)
  2. Mid Kick: B (far)
  3. Straight Punch: Up, B (close)
  4. Knee Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Super Kick: Hold B
  6. Drop Kick: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Front):

  1. Face Rake: A, A
  2. Snap Mare: A, Up, A
  3. Body Slam: A, Down, A
  4. Arm Drag Smash: A, B
  5. Snap Suplex: A, Up, B
  6. Shoulder Breaker: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Overhead Toss: Hold A, A
  2. Vertical Brain Buster: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Piledriver: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Belly To Back Suplex: Hold A, B
  5. Frankensteiner: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Power Bomb: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (to Rear):

  1. Back Drop: A, A
  2. Stampede: A, B

Strong Grappling (to Rear):

  1. Reverse Brainbuster: Hold A, A
  2. German Suplex: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Arm Drag Takedown: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Body Toss: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Satellite Scissors: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Leg Lariat: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Knee Drop: Move near to head, A
  2. Leg Crush: Move near to feet, A Frog Flip: B (Face Down)
  3. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  4. Knee Stretch: Move near to feet, A Boot Stomp: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Frog Splash: When opponent is square with turnbuckle, move into it, C Down
  2. Diving Head Butt: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  3. Top Rope Clothesline: Move into turnbuckle, C Down

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Riding Punch: A, A
  2. Top Rope Frankensteiner: Hold A, A
  3. Avalanche DJ Bomb: Hold A, Up, A

Special Moves (When Spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Dj Bomb: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick
  2. Full Nelson Suplex: Hold A, Move
  3. Analogue Stick (from behind)

Rey Mysterio Jr

With his colourful costume and Spiderman-like mask, Rey Mysterio Jr couldn't be anything other than an astounding acrobat. Opponents know better than to challenge Rey near the ropes, one of his favourite places to attack from, and he's not afraid to risk everything in crazy attacks that more often than not pay off. Rey's signature is his special attack move, the Hurricanrana Pin.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Forearm Punch: B (close)
  2. Roundhouse: B (far)
  3. Kenpo Punch: Up, B (close)
  4. Mid Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Spinning Reverse Dop Kick:
  6. Hold B
  7. Drop Kick: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Front):

  1. Forearm Smash: A, A
  2. Snap Mare: A, Up, A
  3. Falling Arm-Drag: A, Down, A
  4. Elbow Grease: A, B
  5. Cyclone Spin: A, Up, B
  6. Screwdriver Slam: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To From):

  1. Spinning Foot Lock: Hold A, A
  2. Reverse Hurricane: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Head Spin Flip: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Suplex Press: Hold A, B
  5. Hurricane Pin: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Small Package Press: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Spinning Mule Kick: A, A
  2. Face Crusher: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Reverse Hurricane Pin: Hold A, A
  2. Cancun Flip: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Leg Trip: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Overhead Toss: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Leg Lariat: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Spinning Back Breaker: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Side Headlock: Move near to head, A
  2. Spinning Knee Crush: Move near to
  3. legs, A
  4. Body Flip: B (Face Down)
  5. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  6. Leg Lock: Move near to legs, A
  7. Falling Elbow: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Sunset Pin: When opponent is square with turnbuckle, move into turnbuckle, C Down
  2. Cancun Tornado: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  3. Tope Con Hero: Move into turnbuckle, C Down
  4. Cyclone Splash: Run at Ropes, Up, A

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Turnbuckle Tackle: A, A
  2. Turnbuckle Punch: A, B
  3. Flying Mysterio: Hold A, A
  4. Flying DDT: Hold A, Up, A

Special Moves (when spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Power Jack: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick
  2. Hurricanrana Pin: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick (from behind)

Chris Benoit

Originating from Edmonton, Alberta, Chris Benoit is nicknamed 'Crippler' (nice!). He's not been with the WCW long, but has already gained an alliance with the infamous Four Horsemen and the respect of his peers. Quick and deadly, wrestlers would be wise to keep an eye out for Chris's signature move, the Diving Headbutt, otherwise they'll find themselves flat on the mat for a quick nap.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Body Elbow: B (close)
  2. Knee Kick: B (far)
  3. Chest Slap: Up, B (close)
  4. Karate Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Shoulder Charge: Hold B
  6. Drop Kick: Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Front):

  1. Flying Forearm: A, A
  2. Head Butt: A, Up, A
  3. Body Slam: A, Down, A
  4. Spinal Elbow: A, B
  5. Snap Suplex: A, Up, B
  6. Double Arm Power Bomb: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Gut Wrench Suplex: Hold A, B
  2. Twist Back Drop: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Held Tombstone: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Standing Clothesline: Hold A, B
  5. Belly to Belly Press: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Power Bomb Press: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Reverse Back Breaker: A, A
  2. Side Suplex: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Reverse Brain Buster: Hold A, A
  2. German Suplex: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Arm-Drag Takedown: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Monkey Flip: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Body Toss: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Side Buster Spin: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Side Headlock: Move near to head, A
  2. Boston Crab: Move near to legs, A
  3. Stomp: B (Face Down)
  4. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  5. Leg Lock: Move near to legs, A
  6. Elbow Drop: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Diving Headbutt: Move into turnbuckle, C Down (Opponent Standing)
  2. Guillotine Drop: Move into turnbuckle, C Down

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Corner Crunch: A, A
  2. Turnbuckle Pike: A, B
  3. Avalanche Suplex: Hold A, A
  4. Dragonsteiner: Hold A, B

Special Moves (when spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Power Jack: Hold A, Move Analogue
  2. Stick
  3. Full Nelson Suplex: Hold A, Move
  4. Analogue Stick (from behind)

Steven Regal

Not a popular wrestler amongst his colleagues or with the fans as a result of his pompous manner, Regal appears to be trying to live up to his name. He won't sign autographs and believes himself to be one of the finest wrestlers in the WCW, if not the world. His signature move is the appropriately named Regal Stretch, because for anyone to really think of Steven as regal would be a real stretch of the imagination.

Kicks And Punches:

  1. Peasant Slap: B (close)
  2. Mid Kick: B (far)
  3. Peon Punch: Up, B (close)
  4. Low Kick: Up, B (far)
  5. Drop Kick: Hold B Reverse Kick:.Up, Hold B

Weak Grappling (To Front):

  1. European Uppercut: A, A
  2. Snap Mare: A, Up, A
  3. Body Slam: A, Down, A
  4. Hiplock Takedown: A, B
  5. Neck Breaker: A, Up, B
  6. Holding Arm Lock: A, Down, B

Strong Grappling (To Front):

  1. Chicken Wing Suplex: Hold A, A
  2. Aerial Brain Buster: Hold A, Up, A
  3. Shoulder Slide Press: Hold A, Down, A
  4. Belly to Belly Suplex: Hold A, B
  5. Arm Breaker: Hold A, Up, B
  6. Regal Roll: Hold A, Down, B

Weak Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Back Drop: A, A
  2. Back Breaker: A, B

Strong Grappling (To Rear):

  1. Abdominal Stretch: Hold A, A
  2. German Suplex: Hold A, B

Whip To Ropes:

  1. Overhead Drop: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, A
  2. Arm-Drag Takedown: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Up, A
  3. Cross Arm Bar: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C Down, Hold A
  4. Spinning Back Breaker: Hold A, D-pad towards ropes, C
  5. Down, Up, Hold A

Opponent On Mat (Face Up):

  1. Reverse Head Lock: Move near to head,A
  2. Regal Stretch: Move near to legs, A Knee Drop: B (Face Down)
  3. Camel Clutch: Move near to head, A
  4. Side Surfboard Stretch: Move near to
  5. legs, A
  6. Royal Stomp: B

Turnbuckle And Rope Moves (Opponent On Mat):

  1. Flying Elbow: Move into turnbuckle, C
  2. Down (Opponent Standing)
  3. Double Hammer Hand: Move into turnbuckle, C Down

Throw Dazed Opponent Into Turnbuckle:

  1. Turnbuckle Beating: A, A
  2. Pub Brawl: A, B
  3. Avalanche Brain Buster: Hold A, A
  4. Avalanche Suplex: Hold A, B

Special Moves (when spirit Meter Flashes):

  1. Power Bomb: Hold A, Move Analogue Stick
  2. Command Performance: Hold A, Move
  3. Analogue Stick (from behind)
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