Review: Fire Pro Wrestling World. There's a very simple reason why so many modern pro-wrestling games are bad. Spoiler: It's not bad, but not great either. Romanticizing the disorganized violence in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is not just wrong as an idea about how the world works; it’s depraved and vile. Though in some ways, Manchester does get the general form and outline correct, he then fills his canvas with the harshest colors in the cruelest medium, dabbing a bit of this here and that there when he doesn't know what else to fill it with. A World Lit Only by Fire claims to give a portrait of an age.
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