Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Chou Senshi in Tokyo Dome - Fantastic Story [Model SHVC-NJ]

The Nintendo Super Famicom Game by Varie Corp.

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Chou Senshi in Tokyo Dome - Fantastic Story [Model SHVC-NJ] screenshot

DESCRIPTION

Emulated in MAME ! [CONSOLE] Nintendo Super Famicom Game

Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Chou Senshi in Tokyo Dome - Fantastic Story © 1993 Varie


The Fantastic Story in Tokyo Dome 1993 features 10 of New Japan's greatest wrestlers taking part in the G1 Climax championship tournament. Up to two players can compete in singles V.S. Battle matches and up to four players can have tag V.S. Battle matches.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Game ID: SHVC-NJ-JPN
Barcode: 4959020001336

TRIVIA

Released in September 14, 1993.

The January 4 Dome Show is New Japan Pro-Wrestling's major professional wrestling show. The Fantastic Story in Tokyo Dome show celebrated in 1993 drew 63,500 spectators and $3,200,000 in ticket sales, the second show NJPW co-promoted with the World Championship Wrestling (WCW) promotion.

Translating as New Japan Super Warriors in Tokyo Dome Fantastic Story, the game features ten of New Japan's wrestlers officially licensed, listed below:

Jushin 'Thunder' Liger
Hiroshi Hase
The Great Muta (heel form of Keiji Mutoh)
Riki Choshu
Big Van Vader
Scott 'Flash' Norton
Tony Halme (real name Ludvig Borga)
Tatsumi 'The Dragon' Fujinami
Shinya Hashimoto
Masahiro Chono

Also one of New Japan's wrestlers El Samurai can be spotted watching a match at ring side.

SERIES

1. Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling - Toukon Sanjushi [Model DMG-FMJ] (1991, GB)
2. Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling - Chou Senshi in Tokyo Dome - Fantastic Story [Model SHVC-NJ] (1993, SFC)
3. Shin Nihon Pro Wrestling Kounin - '94 Battlefield in Tokyo Dome [Model SHVC-9V-JPN](1994, SFC)
4. Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling '94 - Battlefield in Tokyo Dome [Model FCCD4001] (1994, PC Engine CD)
5. Stardust Suplex [Model SHVC-AVLJ] (1995, SFC)
6. Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling '95 - Tokyo Dome Battle 7 [Model SHVC-AB7J] (1995, SFC)

SOURCES
Game's ROM.

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