WWE Video Games: Top 10 WWE Video Games of All Time

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WWE Video Games: Top 10 WWE Video Games of All Time
A generation of wrestling fans grew up on the highly regarded WWF WrestleFest

The announcement of Brock Lesnar's inclusion in THQ's latest pro wrestling offering, WWE '12, has been the talk of the wrestling world over the past week. WWE has a storied history of video games dating back to 1987's MicroLeague Wrestling on the Amiga and Commodore 64.

MicroLeague was a largely simulation, turn-based strategy based game it was the first game to carry the WWE license. Players chose a move from their wrestler's move set, and depending on the situation, either yours or the opponents move will be successful.

MicroLeague is actually a stellar game for its time, featuring ring introductions, interview segments with Mean Gene Okerlund and text commentary throughout the match.

MicroLeague set the standard for WWE games to come. While there was a lull period, most notably most of the non-PC based home console systems, the majority of WWE games have been above average to good.

With a catalog over 49 games deep, it was very difficult to trim this list to just 10 games, but these are the true standouts in my mind. Of course, this list is a matter of opinion; however, a majority of these titles are renowned and regarded as some of the top professional wrestling and WWE games.

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