Friday, July 13, 2012
Let's Try That Again - WWF Betrayal
Beat 'Em Up Month continued with an obscure little wrestling based game on the Gameboy Color. WWF Betrayal allows you to take the role of one of your favorite wrestlers and do absolutely no wrestling whatsoever. Instead, you get to beat up fat referees, Luigis and Cheech Marin. Let's hope your roody-poo candy ass can handle it because Beat 'Em Up Month was in full force with this one.
Where do I even begin with this one? Basically, when we were discussing games we could play for Beat 'Em Up Month, Don brought up this weird wrestling beat 'em up game called WWF Betrayal for the Game Boy Color. Naturally, out of morbid curiosity, I checked it out and boy is it a treat. I managed to beat it in about a half hour and I figured it would be the perfect game to get a laugh out of real quickly for Beat 'Em Up Month. And what a laugh we got! Not only did the game offer up plenty to make fun of, Adamant Ditto's own wrestling guru, Phil, was there to help make it even funnier and try to put some sense into it. You're going to enjoy this one. Trust me.
About the Author
Matt is one of the founding members of Adamant Ditto and has been gaming since the age of three. He's a big fan of everything from Mario to Sonic to Twisted Metal. He handles a lot of the editing, uploading and technical stuff for the group and is always anxious to see where the road takes us. Turn-ons include long walks on the beach and pancakes. Turn-offs include Yanma, Sonic Chronicles and Eggman Nega.