History VideoGame / SaturdayNightSlammasters

23rd Feb '16 4:07:16 PM SolidSonicTH
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* RatedMForManly: The vibe alone should make it obvious but if that's not enough, the artwork and character design for the game is done by Tetsuo Hara, the mangaka for ''Manga/HokutoNoKen''.

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* RatedMForManly: The vibe alone should make it obvious but if that's not enough, the artwork and character design for the game is done by Tetsuo Hara, the mangaka for ''Manga/HokutoNoKen''.''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''.
23rd Feb '16 4:06:10 PM SolidSonicTH
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* RatedMForManly: The vibe alone should make it obvious but if that's not enough, the artwork for the game is done by Creator/TetsuoHara, the mangaka for ''Manga/HokutoNoKen''.

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* RatedMForManly: The vibe alone should make it obvious but if that's not enough, the artwork and character design for the game is done by Creator/TetsuoHara, Tetsuo Hara, the mangaka for ''Manga/HokutoNoKen''.
23rd Feb '16 4:04:26 PM SolidSonicTH
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* RatedMForManly: Like it even needed to be said.

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* RatedMForManly: Like The vibe alone should make it even needed to be said.obvious but if that's not enough, the artwork for the game is done by Creator/TetsuoHara, the mangaka for ''Manga/HokutoNoKen''.
5th Feb '16 6:32:01 PM nombretomado
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''Saturday Night Slam Masters'' (''Muscle Bomber: The Body Explosion'' [[MarketBasedTitle in Japan]]) is a [[WrestlingGame wrestling]]/[[FightingGame fighting game]] released by Creator/{{Capcom}} in 1993 for the {{arcade|Game}}s. The original game is a typical wrestling game set on the viewpoint used by fighting games, with the winning conditions being either a 3-count pin, 20 seconds ring out or forcing the opponent to give up. The story revolves around the [[{{Face}} CWA]] (Capcom Wrestling Association), which was formed by 8 different wrestling groups all led by Victor Ortega. When Ortega suddenly vanishes, the group falls into chaos and the [[{{Heel}} BWA]] (Blood Wrestling Association) takes advantage. A tournament is started to find the new chief of the CWA. The game itself has no actual story, and the endings are just the winning character bragging about his victory.

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''Saturday Night Slam Masters'' (''Muscle Bomber: The Body Explosion'' [[MarketBasedTitle in Japan]]) is a [[WrestlingGame wrestling]]/[[FightingGame fighting game]] released by Creator/{{Capcom}} in 1993 for the {{arcade|Game}}s.UsefulNotes/{{arcade|Game}}s. The original game is a typical wrestling game set on the viewpoint used by fighting games, with the winning conditions being either a 3-count pin, 20 seconds ring out or forcing the opponent to give up. The story revolves around the [[{{Face}} CWA]] (Capcom Wrestling Association), which was formed by 8 different wrestling groups all led by Victor Ortega. When Ortega suddenly vanishes, the group falls into chaos and the [[{{Heel}} BWA]] (Blood Wrestling Association) takes advantage. A tournament is started to find the new chief of the CWA. The game itself has no actual story, and the endings are just the winning character bragging about his victory.
3rd Feb '16 5:53:24 PM Saurubiker
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** WordOfGod says that Gunloc knows [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Guile]]. Gunloc even gains the Flash Kick in Ring of Destruction.

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** WordOfGod says that In the English localization, Gunloc knows [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Guile]]. was hinted to be a relative of Guile, even though no such relation was ever alluded to in the Japanese version. This relation was brought up again in the arcade version of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovie'', where Gunloc even gains turns out to be the Flash Kick in Ring alter-ego of Destruction.the renegade Shadaloo soldier Blade.
27th Jan '16 2:29:26 PM AndyLA
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* '''Biff Slamkovich''' (Aleksey Salazof): An Ukrainian wrestler from a bureaucratic family who trains under [[VideoGame/FinalFight Mike Haggar]]. He hates when people don't take wrestling seriously. [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Alex]] bears more than a passing resemblance to him.

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* '''Biff Slamkovich''' (Aleksey Salazof): Zalazof): An Ukrainian wrestler from a bureaucratic family who trains under [[VideoGame/FinalFight Mike Haggar]]. He hates when people don't take wrestling seriously. [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Alex]] bears more than a passing resemblance to him.



* '''Gunloc''' (Lucky Colt): American wrestler very popular with the crowd. He trains alongside Biff with Haggar, and has the bad habit of hitting on Jessica whenever he can, gaining the hatred of Jessica's boyfriend [[VideoGame/FinalFight Cody]]. The English localization threw in hints about him being related to a certain ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' character, which were picked up by ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovie Street Fighter: The Movie]]'', where the {{cyborg}} character Blade is revealed to be him, as well as [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Guile's]] brother (rather than being hinted about it).

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* '''Gunloc''' (Lucky Colt): American wrestler very popular with the crowd. He trains alongside Biff with Haggar, and has the bad habit of hitting on Jessica whenever he can, gaining the hatred of Jessica's boyfriend [[VideoGame/FinalFight Cody]]. The English localization threw in hints about him being related to a certain ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' character, which were picked up by ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovie Street Fighter: The Movie]]'', ''VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovie'', where the {{cyborg}} character Blade is revealed to be him, as well as [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Guile's]] brother (rather than being hinted about it).



* '''King Rasta Mon''' ("Missing IQ" Gomez): Hailing from the Dominican Republic, Rasta Mon lived peacefully among monkeys until he was found and his abilities tested, which led to him joining pro wrestling. He has a monkey buddy, Freak, which serves as his ''manager''.

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* '''King Rasta Mon''' ("Missing IQ" Gomez): Gomes): Hailing from the Dominican Republic, Rasta Mon lived peacefully among monkeys until he was found and his abilities tested, which led to him joining pro wrestling. He has a monkey buddy, Freak, which serves as his ''manager''.



Following ports for the UsefulNotes/{{S|uperNintendoEntertainmentSystem}}NES and [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive]], an UpdatedRerelease titled ''Muscle Bomber Duo'' was released in arcades, focusing on the tag team mode of the original. Finally, a third game was released under the name ''Ring of Destruction - Slam Masters II'' (''Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout'' in Japan), which ditched the wrestling mechanics for a pure fighting game experience (in other words, it featured round-based matches and victory by K.O.), [[HandWave under the excuse]] of Scorpion changing the rules. Outside that, the game follows the same non-plot as before, now with Ortega coming out of retirement to hold the final bout for the championship. The ten original wrestlers are joined by four new ones:

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Following ports for the UsefulNotes/{{S|uperNintendoEntertainmentSystem}}NES and [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive]], Genesis]], an UpdatedRerelease titled ''Muscle Bomber Duo'' was released in arcades, focusing on the tag team mode of the original. Finally, a third game was released under the name ''Ring of Destruction - Slam Masters II'' (''Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout'' in Japan), which ditched the wrestling mechanics for a pure fighting game experience (in other words, it featured round-based matches and victory by K.O.), [[HandWave under the excuse]] of Scorpion changing the rules. Outside that, the game follows the same non-plot as before, now with Ortega coming out of retirement to hold the final bout for the championship. The ten original wrestlers are joined by four new ones:



* AmazonianBeauty: Black Widow.

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* AmazonianBeauty: Black Widow.Widow, especially out of uniform.



** Chun-Li can be seen in the audience in the first game.



* HeroicBuild: ''[[WorldOfMuscleMen Everyone]]''. Not for nothing the art is done by the author of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'', Tetsuo Hara.

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* TheGreatPoliticsMessUp: Probably as a result of this, Biff's profile erroneously says he came from "[[UsefulNotes/{{Ukraine}} Kiev]], Russia".
* HeroicBuild: ''[[WorldOfMuscleMen Everyone]]''. Not for nothing the art is done by the author co-author of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'', Tetsuo Hara.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The Great Oni has pink hair.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The Great Oni has pink hair. Though, considering that his gimmick is kabuki, it may be a wig.
14th Jan '16 5:32:43 PM Krendall
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** WordOfGod says that Gunloc knows [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Guile]]. Gunloc even gains the Flash Kick in Ring of Destruction.
14th Jan '16 5:26:13 PM Krendall
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*** It could also be a reference to the ''Manga/{{Kinnikuman}}'' tag team of Buffaloman and Ramenman/Mongolman, who were the 10 Million Powers.
29th Nov '15 8:34:36 PM nombretomado
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Following ports for the {{S|uperNintendoEntertainmentSystem}}NES and [[SegaGenesis Mega Drive]], an UpdatedRerelease titled ''Muscle Bomber Duo'' was released in arcades, focusing on the tag team mode of the original. Finally, a third game was released under the name ''Ring of Destruction - Slam Masters II'' (''Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout'' in Japan), which ditched the wrestling mechanics for a pure fighting game experience (in other words, it featured round-based matches and victory by K.O.), [[HandWave under the excuse]] of Scorpion changing the rules. Outside that, the game follows the same non-plot as before, now with Ortega coming out of retirement to hold the final bout for the championship. The ten original wrestlers are joined by four new ones:

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Following ports for the {{S|uperNintendoEntertainmentSystem}}NES UsefulNotes/{{S|uperNintendoEntertainmentSystem}}NES and [[SegaGenesis [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive]], an UpdatedRerelease titled ''Muscle Bomber Duo'' was released in arcades, focusing on the tag team mode of the original. Finally, a third game was released under the name ''Ring of Destruction - Slam Masters II'' (''Super Muscle Bomber: The International Blowout'' in Japan), which ditched the wrestling mechanics for a pure fighting game experience (in other words, it featured round-based matches and victory by K.O.), [[HandWave under the excuse]] of Scorpion changing the rules. Outside that, the game follows the same non-plot as before, now with Ortega coming out of retirement to hold the final bout for the championship. The ten original wrestlers are joined by four new ones:
8th Nov '15 2:57:47 PM Saurubiker
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* '''[[VideoGame/FinalFight Mike "Macho" Haggar]]''': Everyone's favorite Metro City mayor, in his pre-elections wrestling career (changed in the English version as being ''post-mayoral'' career; Haggar comes out of retirement to show all the young punks in the CWA what a real wrestler is).

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* '''[[VideoGame/FinalFight Mike "The Uncivil Servant" Haggar]]''' (Mike "Macho" Haggar]]''': Haggar): Everyone's favorite Metro City mayor, in his pre-elections wrestling career (changed in the English version as being ''post-mayoral'' career; Haggar comes out of retirement to show all the young punks in the CWA what a real wrestler is).



* DubNameChange: As seen above, all of the wrestlers in the first game except Haggar (who merely lost the "Macho" nickname).

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* DubNameChange: As seen above, all of the wrestlers in the first game except Haggar (who merely lost the "Macho" got a different nickname).
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