You know, if we asked you to name a hugely popular  arcade game that had never been ported to a  home system you would probably struggle to do so,  yet in the form of Technos’ WWF WrestleFest we have  just that!

Before we go on to talk about that game in detail, we  should probably turn the clock back a bit further to  explore what came before it. Even though wrestling, and Vince McMahon’s WWF, was gaining huge momentum  throughout the eighties, it took video game publishers a few years to realize its popularity. The very first  R fully licensed WWF game arrived 1987 in the form of  Micro League Wrestling for the Commodore 64 and  Atari ST computers. What is even more surprising  than the length of time it took a WWF game….

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