Adam Cole reveals his favorite wrestling video games


Old WWE Star and former WWE NXT Champion Adam Cole, who is currently working in All Elite Wrestling, recently revealed the video games he grew up playing and his favorite professional wrestling video games.

Adam Cole is a kid of the ’90s and most kids of the’ 90s and early 2000s grew up playing video games on consoles like Nintendo 64, PlayStation, and Sega Dreamcast. Previously there were consoles like Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and Sega Genesis. Each platform had its own professional wrestling video games, unlike these days when each platform has the same game. Things in the 90s and 2000s were quite different in the video game world.

Adam Cole. Image credits: Twitter

Adam Cole reveals his favorite wrestling video games

The games children of the mentioned period grew up playing there some of the best professional wrestling-based video games ever made. There were cross-platform games like WWF WrestleMania The Arcade Game, WWF War Zone, and WWF Attitude. PlayStation had the WWF Smackdown games, Dreamcast had Royal Rumble. The Nintendo 64 had the most wrestling video games. They had all the WWF, WCW, and even ECW games.

Among these games, WWF Wrestlemania 2000, WWF No Mercy, WCW / NWO Revenge, WCW vs. NWO World Tour, ECW Hardcore Revolution are among the best wrestling games on Nintendo 64. But if only one game is to be selected among these video games, it has to be WWF No Mercy which is considered to be the best video game in wrestling ever produced.

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Adam Cole. Image credits: Twitter

Of course, opinions differed in this case, as some of the offenses considered WWE SmackDown: Here Comes the Pain on PlayStation 2 to be the best wrestling video game of all time. However, most players believe that the greatness of WWF No Mercy could never be surpassed.

Adam Cole, who currently works in All Elite Wrestling, recently spoke to #Dork Podcast where he revealed the video games he grew up playing and his favorite professional wrestling video games. He said;

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Adam Cole. Image credits: Twitter

“Included between [WrestleMania 2000] and No Mercy, and they’re two incredibly similar games too. There’s a part of me, and again, there’s some aspect – I feel like No Mercy focused on what made WrestleMania 2000 so special and kind of perfected it.

“That initial playtime with WrestleMania 2000 was so legendary it’s like, ‘Maybe this one deserves all the credit.’ Then WCW against nWo [World Tour], this one was really good.

H / T and transcribed by 411 Mania


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