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64 Ōzumō (大相撲, 64 Ōzumō lit. 64 Professional Sumo Wrestling) is a sumo wrestling game for the Nintendo 64, it was released only in Japan in [[1998]]. It is generally rated as a relatively bad game, [[Gamespot]] gave it for example an 3.9 out of 10. It simulates various aspects that a Sumo wrestler has to go through, like diets and training. The graphics were considered "mediocre at best" and the game itself was entirely in Japanese. Despite the poor reception, the game generated a sequel, [[64 Ōzumō 2]].
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'''64 Ōzumō''' (大相撲, 64 Ōzumō lit. 64 Professional Sumo Wrestling) is a sumo wrestling game for the Nintendo 64, it was released only in Japan in [[1998]]. It is generally rated as a relatively bad game, [[Gamespot]] gave it for example an 3.9 out of 10. It simulates various aspects that a Sumo wrestler has to go through, like diets and training. The graphics were considered "mediocre at best" and the game itself was entirely in Japanese. Despite the poor reception, the game generated a sequel, [[64 Ōzumō 2]].
 
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Revision as of 22:29, 14 September 2015

64 Ōzumō
64oozumoubox.jpg
Developer(s) Bottoms Up
Publisher(s) Bottoms Up
Release date November 28 1997 (JP)
Genre Sports
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Age rating(s)
Platform(s) Nintendo 64
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough


64 Ōzumō (大相撲, 64 Ōzumō lit. 64 Professional Sumo Wrestling) is a sumo wrestling game for the Nintendo 64, it was released only in Japan in 1998. It is generally rated as a relatively bad game, Gamespot gave it for example an 3.9 out of 10. It simulates various aspects that a Sumo wrestler has to go through, like diets and training. The graphics were considered "mediocre at best" and the game itself was entirely in Japanese. Despite the poor reception, the game generated a sequel, 64 Ōzumō 2. __FLAGS__