AEW: Fight Forever Is Channelling PS2, PS1 Era Wrestling Energy

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There’s a nostalgia for old wrestling games these days. Specifically, the title we see most fans mention is WWF: No Mercy on the N64 – who didn’t own that one in the noughties? – but also the likes of WWF: SmackDown for PS1 are considered legendary today. Japanese developer Yuke’s, fresh from being kicked off the WWE 2K franchise, is aiming to capture that classic THQ feel with AEW: Fight Forever, then – and y’know…

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