Looking at what this game has to offer, you can only stand back at the features and say wow… until you play it. There are several modes, exhibition matches (normal, cage `death match,’ UFC octagon `gruesome’ and a battle royal), tournaments, (up to 16 wrestlers), leagues, (up to 64 man round robin), survival which pits you in an endurance match, audience match where you need to please the audience to a wrestling style and finally the edit mode. The edit mode is the most extensive edit mode in the US (but not Japan), where you can create up to 74 of your own wrestlers with moves, intelligence, looks and attributes. One of the most astonishing things is that the game comes with 150 wrestlers from all over the world, even wrestlers from WWF, WCW, ECW, Michinoku Pro, Toryumon, AJPW, NJPW, however for copyright reasons the names and the looks of the wrestlers have been changed. After all of these amazing features, then you play the game. Ouch, it takes us back to the days of the NES in terms of graphics, sound and game play! The wrestlers are very small, the controls are very laggy and the wrestlers end up doing the same moves constantly. Please do not pay more than fifteen bucks for this game.