Wrestling Revolution 3D

Wrestling Revolution 3D

Wrestling is a popular sport around the world because it offers strong men, action, adrenaline and of course – fighting. Unfortunately for millions of wrestling fans around the world the only way to experience this sport is if you watch it on your TV or on stands when you get to attend such an event. The good news is that now you can get one step closer to real wrestling – all you need to do is download and then run a free Android app called Wrestling Revolution 3D.

The game lets you create a wrestler of your own and then take part in wrestling matches that have been made as real as possible. Is there any need to say that Wrestling Revolution 3D is a lot of fun? You can use various items in the fight, such as chairs, and then there are various punches, kicks and strikes that you can use to defeat your opponents. If you combine a few moves in a special way, you can also perform a combo, which is even more visually appealing than regular moves. All the action takes place on a large ring and in front of an audience so the sound and screams that you will hear will also add to the excellent experience that Wrestling Revolution 3D is.

The game has a few downsides, though – it has a lengthy loading period. You can skip it but then the app will run more slowly between screens and there’s also the risk to experience a crash here and there, so let it completely load before you play it. Then despite being 3D the app does not treat you with great graphics – we would say the graphics are mediocre but will do the job. Finally for some reason the game was choppy on our Android tablet so maybe a powerful device is recommended.

All in all Wrestling Revolution 3D is not a bad game – quite the contrary. The app may not be the best graphics-wise, but it is full of fun and if you are into wrestling you will enjoy it – for free at that!

You can take a look at this app here on Google Play.

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