American Gladiators (SNES) Playthrough – NintendoComplete



A playthrough of Gametek’s 1993 Super NES TV show adaptation, American Gladiators.

It looks reasonably good, and the one (!) song is pretty sweet, but where’s the crazy screaming noises? I’ll take the NES version over this any day.

Once you figure out the timing and the angles on the events, they’re pretty much no brainers. :/ Oh, and I guess the big digitzed photos are pretty cool.
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29 thoughts on “American Gladiators (SNES) Playthrough – NintendoComplete”

  1. It's a decent adaptation of the show's second season (even if Breakthrough and Conquer was left out), but I always had a major beef with the Eliminator in this version. If you're up by more than 10 points going in, the final race is anti-climactic because you've already won. The actual show was NEVER like that. It's a big reason why I stopped playing this after winning tournament mode 6 or 7 times on an actual SNES when the show was in its heyday.

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  2. I just bought this game, can someone tell me how to pick up the weapon in Assult and how to make your player move in the eliminater

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  3. I used to have this game back in the day, but I don't remember noticing that the sound effects were absent.

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  4. Bought this game used a decade ago and hated it. American Gladiators could and should have been a fun SNES game, but Gametek fucking failed hard with this game.

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  5. There were a few games i rented a ton of times as a kid but never wanted it to be the ONE game i could purchase from time to time. This was one of them. I mostly purchased clearance games if it wasnt Christmas or my birthday (like when i tried out that dusty oversized Earthbound game off the bottom shelf at Best Buy for $5.99 🕺🙇‍♂️👽🤖👾💀🌎😜) and AG was always stuck at $20. Brings me back. Such a fun two player game as well.

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  6. It would be fucking nice if they fucking told you what buttons do what. Fucking piece of shit fucking game. Losing is so fucking fun, isn't it?

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  7. It is really throwing me off with there being no sound fx. I don't like that at all. In fact I can't watch anymore.

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  8. 24:05–24:10, "Alex picks the right corridor and crosses the finish line! Alex is our American Gladiators grand champion!"-Mike Adamle.

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  9. My oldest son used to watch that show on CBS affiliate WLKY-TV in Louisville, WBNA-TV in Louisville, WGRB-TV (later WBKI-TV) in Campbellsville and FOX affiliate WDKY-TV in Lexington (before moving to another Lexington station WLEX-TV, an NBC affiliate), and in reruns on USA, Spike and ESPN Classic. Today, Charge airs the 1989-96 version every weekday at 1:00pm, and we hope that Charge airs the 2008 version on weekends at the same timeslot as well as Gladiators 2000, Gladiators: 🚂 2 Win and the Australian version of Gladiators!

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  10. 0:11–0:27, "From Universal Studios Hollywood, The Samuel Goldwyn Company presents… American Gladiators! Selected from a nationwide search, 20 men and women have come to Hollywood to challenge our force of American Gladiators for a single honor: to become American Gladiators champion! Now here are your American Gladiators: Gemini, Lace, Nitro, Gold, Laser, Blaze, Thunder, Ice, Turbo and Diamond! The hosts of American Gladiators: Mike Adamle and his co-host Larry Csonka!"-John Harlan, the show's announcer from 1990-93. RIP John Harlan (1925-2017), gone but not forgotten!

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  11. Has anyone else noticed how most of Gametek's SNES look and sound more like Amiga games than they do SNES games?

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