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The Simpsons Wrestling: Quiz

  

Question 1: The game was developed by Big Ape Productions, and published by Fox Interactive and ________.
Interplay EntertainmentActivision BlizzardStar Trek: Voyager – Elite ForceActivision

Question 2: [4] The ________'s David Gibbon wrote that the end result of the track is one that will not "fail to impress fans".
BBCNorwegian Broadcasting CorporationRaidió Teilifís ÉireannTG4

Question 3: [2] Several different ________ are also available in the game, including a donut that increases speed, bowling pins that can be used as clubs, and bubble gum that slows players down.
Power-upSuper Mario Bros.: The Lost LevelsMario (series)Platform game

Question 4: Doug Perry of ________ described The Simpsons Wrestling as one of the "ugliest" games he had ever seen.
GameSpyFilePlanetIGNTeamXbox

Question 5: The matches take place in ten different detailed 3D locations from Springfield, such as the Simpsons' house, the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, the ________, and Moe's Tavern.
Products produced from The SimpsonsKwik-E-MartThe Simpsons MovieThe Simpsons (franchise)

Question 6: The game received mostly negative reviews from critics; it received an aggregated score of 32% on ________.
GameSpotDownload.comCBS CorporationMetacritic

Question 7: The Simpsons Wrestling at the ________
CDNOWInternet Movie DatabaseAmazon.comBox Office Mojo

Question 8: The Simpsons Wrestling is a professional wrestling video game based on the animated television series The Simpsons, made for the ________ console.
PlayStationPlayStation 3PlayStation PortablePlayStation 2

Question 9: ________ ranked the game fifth on their Top 10 Worst Fighting Games list, calling it "like all Simpsons games, except for the arcade game, a major disappointment".
Electronic Gaming MonthlyThat Guy with the GlassesScrewAttackThe Angry Video Game Nerd

Question 10: [10] ________'s Andrew Reiner criticized the game's design by saying that he did not think it held any wrestling qualities at all, and that the characters looked "awful".
NewsweekGame InformerEntertainment WeeklyBetter Homes and Gardens (magazine)
















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