It ‘s likely that not everyone will remember the Neo Geo Pocket Color. It came out in 1999. The 16-bit Big Bang Pro Wrestling was an exclusive title but originally released only in Japan in 2000. Fans of SNK wrestling games are in luck, though, as Big Bang Pro Wrestling is available for the Nintendo Switch as of today.
Big Bang Pro Wrestling offers:
Ten fighters to choose from, including fledging newbies, masked wrestlers, and hulking heavyweights. Each wrestler comes with their own personalized Finishing Move. Players will have to meet the right conditions and let it rip to the fight. Change up the rules with exciting modes like Coffin Death Match where your goal is to toss your opponent into a coffin. Or, try to steal away the reward in the Reward Death Match to really stick to it.
There is a video release coinciding with this release that shows off gameplay and crisp visuals that will be expected to come from remasters of 16-bit games.
The video makes it seem like Big Bang Pro Wrestling can be played as if players were actually holding a Neo Geo Pocket Color. It’s proof that handhelds have always been sleek and slim. You also shouldn’t eat batteries this way.
Big Bang Pro Wrestling gives a look at how far wrestling games have come, so you can play this piece of gaming history today with its ability to play much more hardware than what was available when it launched.