This game is known outside Japan as "Rohga - Armor Force
The initials for the default high scores are all professional wrestling terms :
STF - Stepover Toehold Facelock, a submission hold
WWF - World Wrestling Federation (United States, 1952- ); became World Wrestling Entertainment in 2002 due to a lawsuit by the World Wildlife Foundation and is now currently known as WWE Inc.
WCW - World Championship Wrestling (United States, 1988-2001); bought out by WWE (then known as WWF) in 2001
FMW - Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (Japan, 1989-2002), a hardcore wrestling organization that predates ECW (Extreme Championship Wrestling) by roughly three years; Shoichi Arai, the President in FMW's final years, declared bankruptcy on February 15, 2002 and committed suicide three months later
DDT - a wrestling maneuver coined by Jake 'the Snake' Roberts. Many fans wonder what DDT stood for, and Jake simply replied, 'The end'.
UWF - Universal Wrestling Federation (United States, 1990-1996); died with Herb Abrams in the Summer of 1996. There is also a different UWF (formally known as Tri-State Wrestling then Mid-South Wrestling), which eventually became WCW.
NJP - New Japan Pro Wrestling (Japan, 1972- ), a part of the Global Professional Wrestling Alliance.
IWA - International Wrestling Association (United States, 1975 (both established and disestablished)), which was owned by Eddie Einhorn, who also owned the Chicago White Sox. Not to be confused with another IWA that was established in 1994 (after this game's release).
AJP - All Japan Pro Wrestling (Japan, 1972- ), one of the biggest wrestling organizations in Japan; co-founded by wrestler Shohei 'Giant' Baba
UWA - Universal Wrestling Association (Mexico, 1975-1995), also known as Lucha Libre Internaciónal.
Data East Retro Game Music Collection
- TEAM Entertainment [KDSD-00366] (July 21, 2010)
Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Wolf Fang, Tumble Pop - PCCB-00084) on March 21, 1992.