WWF Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge

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a game by Acclaim, and Flying Edge
Genres: Fighting Games, Sports
Platforms: Sega Master SystemSega Master System, NESNES
Editor Rating: 6.8/10, based on 3 reviews
User Rating: 7.7/10 - 12 votes
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See also: WWF Games, WWE Game Download
  • Manufacturer: Flying Edge
  • Machine: Game Gear
  • Theme: Action

No wrestling in the house? You can now with Flying Edge's new GG cart. WWF Steel Cage Challenge!

Pick your opponent from twelve ferocious wrestlers. Then decide how to slam them, one-on-one, tag team, WWF championship, or tag team championship! Play it safe and stick to regular ring wrestling or live on the edge and surround yourself in an inescapable cage! Pound your enemy with many damaging moves!

People say:


Ah, more wrestling. Not my favorite game theme in the world, and WWF Steel Cage Challenge really didn't move me. The graphics are choppy, and the character movements are slow and sluggish, with very limited moves - not anything like the monster 16-Bit version. WWF fans may disagree, but this didn't do it for me.


Wrestling games are a blast and this one isn't too shabby. All the big-name wrestlers are here and the matches are great. Now, the drawbacks are the choppy animation of the wrestlers and the movements which are agonizingly slow. Otherwise it's a good game to play on those long car trips.


If you're a wrestling buff than maybe this cart will strike your interest. Ten of the most famous wrestlers from the WWF and the infamous steel cage will keep you brawling and slamming your way to the top. The graphics are decent, though a bit choppy. The game play is good, but the action gets old rather quickly.


Normally I'd jump right into a wrestling game but the look of this Game Gear version is a bit weak. The characters are there and they have their special moves but the small screen portable version loses something. The big problem is the choppy and sluggish character movements which should get the most detail.

Download WWF Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge

Sega Master System

System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP


System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
  • P-200, 32 MB RAM

Game Reviews

Ready for the best wrestling action around?

Here comes a wrestle fest of monstrous proportions! Take on the wrestling warriors in the largest body bashing free for all ever to hit the Super NES screen. Perform the same outrageous, acrobatic moves of all your favorite WWF stars and come out on top! Throw your opponent out of the ring in Super WWF WrestleMania! Be the last man standing in the ring, and you'll receive the coveted Championship Belt. Never before have the WWF stars looked so real! They're bigger, bidder, and tougher than ever before. You're in command of power slams that rock the arena, clotheslines that sting, and suplexes that flatten your foe into submission.

Action even filters outside of the ring! Take your opponent to where he's least effective!

Get ready for some real pounding! Here comes Jake the Snake Roberts!

WWF WrestleMania: Steel Cage Challenge is another professional wrestling video game that was released in 1992 by Acclaim Entertainment for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Available are such modes as One-on-One (regular match and steel cage match variations), Tag Team, WWF Championship (you select one wrestler and defeat all the others to become WWF Champion), and Tag Team Championship (you select two wrestlers and defeat combinations of the rest in a series of tag team matches to become WWF Tag Team Champions).

The game features such great sportsmen as Bret Hart, Hulk Hogan, Irwin R. Schyster, Jake Roberts, The Mountie, Randy Savage, Roddy Piper, Sid Justice, Ted DiBiase, and The Undertaker.

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