Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble [Model T-4308G]

The Sega Saturn Game by Human Ent.

Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble [Model T-4308G] screenshot

DESCRIPTION

Emulated in MAME ! [CONSOLE] Sega Saturn Game

Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble © 1996 Human Entertainment.


Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble. The first ever real-time 6Man Tag Team battle and the first ever Electrified Barbed Wire Exploding Cage Death Match play mode featured in any pro-wrestling videogame. Includes 136 wrestlers, One Night Match, One Night Tournament, Open League, Elimination Match and 6Man Battle Royal, as well as Gruesome Fighting. Wrestler Edit mode allows you to create up to 16 original wrestlers and a Rename option enables you to rename wrestlers and organizations even in English.

Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble supports up to six players in the action simultaneously.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Game ID: T-4308G

Players: 6
Control: 8Way Joystick
Buttons: 8
=> [A] Weak strike/grapple, [B] Medium strike/grapple, [C] Strong strike/grapple, [X] Run, [L] Performance 1, [Z] Drag downed opponent/facelock [R] Performance 2, [Y] Breath/tag partner

TRIVIA

Released in Japan in December 27, 1996.

Characters in Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble are based on real life wrestlers. They are given fake names because HUMAN didn't license any of them, however. The following lists the wrestlers with Fire Pro Wrestling name on the left, and the real name to the right:

View Japan Pro-Wrestling is based on New Japan Pro Wrestling and features these characters based on the following:

Fighter Yamato = Tatsumi Fujinami
Hurricane Rikimaru = Riki Choshu
Ken Shundoh = Keiji Mutoh
Crusher Hatamoto = Shinya Hashimoto
Violence Kono = Masahiro Chono
Hiro Date = Hiroshi Hase
Storm Keisuke = Kensuke Sasaki
Takayuki Kizuka = Takayuki Iizuka
Raging Hiro = Hiro Saito
Junichi Hirota = Junji Hirata
Isami Mito = Osamu Kido
Buffalo Amamoto = Hiroyoshi Tenzan
Osamu Hashimura = Osamu Nishimaru
Satoshi Kijima = Satoshi Kojima
Yujiro Sakata = Yuji Nagata
Yoshimitsu Takizawa = Tokimitsu Ishizawa
Kazuki Yamamoto = Kazuo Yamazaki
Hyper Emperor Super Kaiser = Jushin "Thunder" Liger
E Kamikaze = El Samurai
Raging Nonaka = Norio Honaga
Eiji Kamamoto = Koji Kanemoto
Shinichiro Ohkari = Shinjiro Ohtani
Wild Phantom = Wild Pegasus
Black Kaiser = Black Tiger II

Shinsei Tobaku Gun is based on the New Japan Pro Wrestling stable Heisei Ishingun and features the following characters based on the following:

Samurai Jiro = Shiro Koshinaka
Inazuma Kengo = Kengo Kimura
Toshi Goto = Tatsutoshi Goto
Michinori Nohara = Michiyoshi Ohara
Toshiaki Igarashi = Kuniaki Kobayashi
Akiyoshi Naito = Akitoshi Saito
Asuka Mogami = Akira Nogami

Olive Japan Pro-Wrestling is based on All Japan Pro Wrestling. It features the following characters based on these wrestlers:

Mitsuhide Hikawa = Mitsuharu Misawa
Toshiie Kazama = Toshiaki Kawada
Akira Sagami = Akira Taue
Keiji Togashi = Kenta Kobashi
Shun Akisawa = Jun Akiyama
Gyuukaku Izumiya = Jun Izumida
Katao Obayashi = Takao Omori
Rakon Honma = Tamon Honda
Star Bison = Stan Hansen
Steel James = Steve Williams
John Peace = Johnny Ace
Pentagon = The Patriot
G.O. Bright = Gary Albright
Darryl Firmas = Doug Furnas
Yoshinao Nogawa = Yoshinari Ogawa
Masanori Kobuchizawa = Masanobu Fuchi
Kiyoshi Akechi = Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
Bony Crowbar = Dan Kroffat
Log Random = Rob Van Dam

New Independent World contains characters based on garbage and hardcore wrestlers from promotions such as Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling, International Wrestling Association of Japan and Big Japan Pro Wrestling, as follows:

Ranmaru = Hayabusa
Hisakatsu Tohya = Hisakatsu Ohya
Danger Matsubara = Mistuhiro Matsunaga
Dreamer Sakamaki = Shoji Nakamaki
Hunter Gojo = Tarzan Goto
Mr. Ashiya = Mr. Gannosuke
The Mysterious Kagura = The Great Kabuki
Pioneer Go = Ryuma Go
Bohemian Inuji = Shunji Takano
Master Togo = Mister Pogo
Kerry Bogey = Terry Gordy
The Genocide = The Gladiator
Custom Mask = Cactus Jack
Death Hazard A = Headhunter A
Death Hazard B = Headhunter B
Rocky Tsuji = Ricky Fuji
Tattoo = Sabu
REKKOH = GEKKOH

RYU is based on W.A.R. (Wrestle and Romance) and includes characters based on these wrestlers:

Thunder Ryu = Genichiro Tenryu
Saxon Haruki = Hiromichi Fuyuki
Shout Mizoguchi = Animal Hamaguchi
Nobuharu Awaya = Nobutaka Araya
Mister K = Koji Kitao
Big Dynamo = Big Titan
Azteca Dragon = Ultimo Dragon
Mado = Jado
Kido = Gedo
Orion Beat = Lionheart
Neglect Chaos = Negro Casas

Yukiguni Puroresu features the following characters based on wrestlers from Michinoku Pro Wrestling:

Blade Hayate = The Great Sasuke
S. Dolphin = Super Delfin
Nato = Dick Togo
Jinsui Kanzaki = Jinsei Shinzaki
WAKA Yukiguni = TAKA Michinoku
Doran Otowa = Gran Naniwa
Kiryu = Shiryu
Kerry Boy = Men's Teioh
Eiichi Funakoshi = Shoichi Funaki
Mask De Panther IV = Tiger Mask IV

The World Wrestling Circus features characters based on the following American wrestling superstars:

Axe Duggan = Hulk Hogan
Macho Saber = Randy Savage
The Underground = The Undertaker
Star Saber = Vader
Smasher G.G. Gigas = Bam Bam Bigelow
The Spike = Sting
The Greatest Musha = The Great Muta
Big Steiner = Rick Steiner
Small Steiner = Scott Steiner
Knight Blaster = Hawk Warrior
Iron Blaster = Animal Warrior
Flash Barton = Scott Norton
Blood Beat = Bret Hart
Laurel = Diesel
Mifune = Kurasawa
Sure Miles = Shawn Michaels
Silver Gust = Goldust

UWH Intagration is based on Union of Wrestling Forces International, featuring characters based on these wrestlers:

Nakahisa Sanada = Nobuhiko Takada
Shoji Anzoh = Yoji Anjoh
Takehiko Makihara = Masahito Kakihara
Naoki Yano = Naoki Sano
Yoshihiro Kabuyama = Yoshihiro Takayama
Keiichi Yamato = Kenichi Yamamoto

Gongs is based on Fighting Network RINGS and has these characters based on the following shootfighters:

Akira Saeha = Akira Maeda
Nobuhiro Kawamoto = Yoshihisa Yamamoto
Katsuya Akai = Mitsuya Nagai
Hiroshi Hozaka = Tsuyoshi Kosaka
Takashi Minemura = Kiyoshi Tamura
Ricky Gray = Dick Vrij
Wolf Burn = Volk Han
Jimmy Hawk = Tony Halme
Ricardo Gabriel = Bitsadze Tariel
Lance Highman = Hans Nyman

Perfect Wrestlers Kajiwara-Gumi is based on Pro Wrestling Fujiwara-Gumi and only features Takashi Kajiwara, who himself is based on Yoshiaki Fujiwara.

High Class is based on Pancrase, it features the following characters that are based on these shootfighters:

Masakatsu Higaki = Masakatsu Funaki
Mitsuro Midzuki = Minoru Suzuki
Mamoru Hanagi = Manabu Yamada
Win Harlock = Wayne Shamrock
Boss Dokken = Bas Rutten

Three A features luchadores based on the following:

E. Santos = El Hijo del Santo
Sisucos = Psychosis
Rey Mysterious Jr. = Rey Mysterio Jr.
Conan The Brutal = Konnan El Barbaro

Gruesome Fighters has four characters based on mixed martial artists listed below:

Nixon Stacey = Rickson Gracie
General Bordeaux = Gerard Gordeaux
Thomas Schmidt = Maurice Smith
Dan Dadarn = Dan Severn

The following characters can only become playable if they are created by the player in Edit mode:

160 - Harley Louis = Harley Race
161 - The Eliminator = The Destroyer
164 - Bear Marder Will = Willie Williams
166 - Spectre = Damian
167 - Oyashi Motomura = Rusher Kimura
168 - Zombie Masa = Masa Saito
169 - Ryunosuke Umeda = Umanosuke Ueda
170 - Dick Road = Rick Rude
171 - Million Dollar Davis = Ted DiBiase
172 - Fashama = Yokozuna
173 - Christopher Allman = Chris Dolman
174 - Justin Roses = Dusty Rhodes
175 - Gokado Takasaki = Kendo Nagasaki
176 - Pirate Number 1 = Jason the Terrible
177 - Red Bull Nakano = Tatsuo Nakano
178 - Fuyutake Ishihara = Yuki Ishikawa
179 - (FiPro name unknown) = Haruka Eigen
180 - Iwashin Tooru = Ryuichi Takaiwa
181 - Andre Fag = Andy Hug
182 - Dave Latenko = Dean Malenko
183 - Mather Fill = Leather Face
184 - Voice Stacie = Royce Gracie
185 - Astro Blaster = Ultimate Warrior
187 - (FiPro name unknown) = Kouki Kitahara
188 - (FiPro name unknown) = The Great Nita
190 - Giant Unala = Giant Kimala
194 - Nile = Freddy Kreuger
195 - The Wise = Wazma
197 - Laser Hamon = Scott Hall
198 - Dick Maverick = Dick Murdoch
200 - Masahiko Hatanaka = Masato Tanaka
201 - Winning Kanemura = W*ING Kanemura

TIPS AND TRICKS

You can change the color of the chosen referee's costume by holding any button during the match-up screen, but they only have one alternate color regardless of the button you choose to hold down.

Get a clean pause screen by pressing Start to pause the game and then pressing X, Y and Z simultaneously to remove the "PAUSE" text from the screen.

To unlock hidden wrestlers, you must defeat them in Victory Road. When going for the Human Wrestling Association Heavyweight Unified Singles Championship you can unlock:

Victory Musashi (Antonio Inoki) by defeating all View Japan Pro-Wrestling opponents.

Harry Texan Jr. (Dory Funk Jr.)
Abdul the Danger (Abdullah the Butcher)
Big the G. Bull (Bruiser Brody)
Tommy Bomber (Jumbo Tsuruta)
Great Shiba (Giant Baba)
By defeating all Olive Japan Pro-Wrestling opponents.

Mad Tiger (Tiger Jeet Singh)
Kerry Texan (Terry Funk)
Katsushi Okita (Atsushi Onita)
By defeating all New Independent World opponents.

Giant Rousimoff (Andre the Giant)
Dick Slender (Ric Flair)
By defeating all World Wrestling Circus opponents.

Neverland Rush (Roland Bock) by defeating all Gruesome Fighters.

When going for the HWA Jr. Heavyweight Unified Singles Championship you can unlock:

Mighty Boy Smith (Davey Boy Smith)
Black Panther (Black Tiger)
Dynamic Kid (Dynamite Kid)
Mask De Panther (Tiger Mask)
By defeating all View Japan Pro-Wrestling opponents.

Mask De Panther II (Tiger Mask II) by defeating all Olive Japan Pro-Wrestling opponents.

Gran Mariposa (Gran Hamada) by defeating all Yukiguni Puroresu opponents.

Mascara Eagle (Dos Caras)
Mascara Condor (Mil Mascaras)
By defeating all Three A opponents.

When you've beaten all opponents from each of the promotions in the game, the HIDE wrestling promotion will become accessible. Your opponents here are:

Great Panther = Super Tiger
R.J. Phase = Lou Thesz
Rikiozan = Rikidozan
Carlos Krauser = Karl Gotch

You can also find most of these when going for the HWA Heavyweight/Jr. Heavyweight Unified Tag Championship.

To obtain more Wrestler Edit points, you need to win the HWA Heavyweight Unified Singles Championship and the HWA Jr. Heavyweight Unified Singles Championship. Your points will go up from 180 to 200. To get the maximum 255 points, you must win the other championships, including the HWA Unified 6Man Tag Championship.

When you win one of the championships, you'll also unlock the Title Match mode, where you can defend the titles. If you choose to surrender (delete) your earned championship, you've to go through the entire of that championship's Victory Road to get it back.

When you've won all championships in Victory Road and decide to surrender them all, you can start again using a computer-controlled wrestler. By creating an effective CPU logic for a created wrestler, it's possible to complete the Victory Road without even playing yourself.

SERIES

1. Fire Pro Wrestling - Combination Tag [Model HM89001] (1989, PCE)
2. Fire Pro Wrestling 2nd Bout [Model HM91005] (1991, PCE)
3. Super Fire Pro Wrestling [Model SHVC-FP] (1991, SFC)
4. Thunder Pro Wrestling Retsuden (1992, MD)
5. Fire Pro Wrestling 3 - Legend Bout (1992, PCE)
6. Super Fire Pro Wrestling 2 [Model SHVC-FF] (1992, SFC)
7. Super Fire Pro Wrestling III - Final Bout [Model SHVC-F3] (1993, SFC)
8. Fire Pro Joshi - All Star Dream Slam [Model SHVC-J4] (1994, SFC)
9. Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special [Model SHVC-AP4J-JPN] (1994, SFC)
10. Blazing Tornado (1994, ARC)
11. Wrestling Universe - Fire Pro Joshi - Dome Choujo Taisen - WOWOW vs. JWP [Model HMCD-4008] (1995, PCE CD)
12. Super Fire Pro Wrestling - Queen's Special [Model SHVC-AQQJ-JPN] (1995, SFC)
13. Super Fire Pro Wrestling X [Model SHVC-AF5J-JPN] (1995, SFC)
14. Fire Pro Wrestling - Iron Slam '96 (1996, PS)
15. Super Fire Pro Wrestling X Premium [Model SHVC-AF6J-JPN] (1996, SFC)
16. Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble [Model T-4308G] (1996, SAT)
17. Fire Pro Wrestling G (1999, PS)
18. Fire Pro Wrestling for WonderSwan (2000, WonderSwan)
19. Fire Pro Wrestling i (2001, i-mode)
20. Fire Pro Wrestling D (2001, Dreamcast)
21. Fire Pro Wrestling A (2001, GBA)
22. Fire Pro Wrestling J (2002, J-PHONE)
23. Final Fire Pro Wrestling - Yume no Dantai Unei! [Model AGB-AFWJ-JPN] (2002, GBA)
24. Fire Pro Wrestling Z (2003, PS2)
25. Fire Pro Wrestling Returns (2005, PS2)
26. Fire Pro Wrestling in Mobage (2011, Mobage)
27. Fire Pro Wrestling (2012, X360)

PORTS

Consoles:


Sega Saturn (1997) "Fire Pro Wrestling S - 6Men Scramble Saturn Collection [T-4316G]"

SOURCES
Game's CD.

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