Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 N64 720P Playthrough


Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 N64 720P Playthrough
Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 (1997)

Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 is a professional wrestling video game released in 1997 on the Nintendo 64 game console and the second game in the Virtual Pro Wrestling series. The game was only released in Japan and uses a slightly remodeled version of WCW vs. nWo: World Tour’s engine. The game features wrestlers from WCW, but also includes generic renditions of wrestlers from major Japanese promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling and All Japan Pro Wrestling a feature that would continue following the release of the sequel Virtual Pro Wrestling 2. The game is a semi-sequel to Virtual Pro-Wrestling released that same year exclusively for the PlayStation. VPW 64 was succeeded by Virtual Pro Wrestling 2: Odo Keisho, which was released on the Nintendo 64 in 2000.

Differences from WCW vs. nWo: World Tour

Although released less than a month after its American counterpart, Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 has various distinctions from and additions to World Tour. For example, most wrestlers sport their actual attires but occasionally they may contain color alterations as is the case with Hulk Hogan’s famous yellow tights and red knee pads which are replaced with yellow tights and black knee pads and with Chris Benoit, who sports his Japanese attires as opposed to his Four Horsemen attire which he wears in World Tour. Along with other sporadic attire color coordination changes, some wrestler’s actual movesets are sometimes altered as well. For instance, with Chris Benoit’s Front Special move, he performs a double German suplex which is entirely absent from World Tour and Diamond Dallas Page, who needs not be unlocked as required World Tour (along with Randy Savage), performs his signature Diamond Cutter simply as a strong grapple move and instead has a T-bone suplex for his front Special. Other unlockable wrestlers in World Tour that are entirely absent from VPW 64, include Glacier and Wrath.

Notably, VPW 64 also includes a post-match scoring system as well as the ability to edit wrestlers’ attire. These features would not be introduced to American gamers until WCW/nWo Revenge in 1998.

In this playthrough I used the following:

0:00 WCW Title – Ric Flair

19:55 NJPW Title – Antonio Inoki

1:06:15 AJPW Title – Mitsuharu Misawa

1:41:25 Pancrase Title – Masakatsu Funaki

1:55:45 FMV Title – Vader

2:27:47 MPW Title – Jushin Liger

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