MDickie's Wrestling Mpire

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    "worse wrestling game ever"

    February 23, 2006  |   By hoboloco


    its a wrestling game lots of options great customiszation


    gamecontrols are not there, graphics would be alright if this were 1994 even for amature game makers, i only played the demo and thats i needed to get bored out of my face, like most of mdickies games its repeative the same game new job role, I much prefered his original federation online which to me ranks high up in wrestling games. this one lacks period dont believe me play the demo and youll find out cant believe i wasted my time downloading it. mdickie needs to get off his ego trip and stop making games.

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