TWK Reviews Episode 58: AEW Fight Forever Is Flawed But Fun

Hello all, TDub here and welcome to my review of the much anticipated release from All Elite Wrestling: Fight Forever! For those not in the know, this game has been in development for quite a few years now and its history is rather interesting.

To start, posterboy of AEW, Kenny Omega, went to Japan in order to recruit the team that developed the most critically acclaimed wrestling games in the 90s, AKI Corporation. Unfortunately, the team that actually made those titles have long since disbanded, but there was hope yet.

Around this same time, Yuke’s, a studio who has dedicated nearly 30 years to not only making wrestling games but were the first to do so in 3D with Toukon Retsuden, recently ended their multi-decade tenure with WWE.

This was not lost on the Best Bout Machine and he not only recruited them but the director of WWF No Mercy, Hideyuki “Geta” Iwashita. So, with this dream team of people passionate for proving their potential, how did it all turn out?

This is AEW: Fight Forever



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