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All Japan Prowrestling featuring Virtua TRANSLATIONS GUIDE v1.00 (c) Copyright 1997-98 Edward Crouser II. All Rights Reserved. ALL JAPAN PROWRESTLING FEATURING VIRTUA Developed by: Sega of Japan Japanese Sega Saturn (import) $50 Welcome to the All Japan Prowrestling featuring Virtua Translations Guide. This guide is made for the general public's use of the Japanese Import. This guide may be distributed (provided that no fee is charged for its distribution), photocopied, posted to a Usenet newsgroup or put on a web site provided that the content, copyright notice, and this header information IS NOT CHANGED. Otherwise, please distribute to those who need it. Contributors to the Guide ------------------------- Edward Crouser (firstname.lastname@example.org) Sam Panico (email@example.com) Muka (firstname.lastname@example.org) Translations Provided by: Krispytoad Guide History v0.01 - Early Rough Draft v0.02 - Updated Bios, Added Contributor List, Updated Codes v0.03 - Added more "feturing mode" translations for former careers v0.04 - Added Official All Japan link and contact information v0.05 - Added Translated Questions from featuring mode v0.06 - Added More Translated Questions from featuring mode v0.07 - Updated Credits, Links, Bios v0.07 - Added to Code Section v1.00 - First Official Public Release!!! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Any questions, additions, corrections should be sent to the author, Edward Crouser at (email@example.com). If you wish to print this file out, to your printer, please bear in mind the following: This guide was created in standard IBM US ASCII text and is formatted for a 80 column width. In order to print the guide correctly, you must use a monospaced font, such as Courier. Anytime in this guide where you see the note of *UNDER CONSTRUCTION*, it denotes a space where we need users additions to help complete the guide. Credit will be given to those who provide it. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ALL JAPAN PRO-WRESTLING All Japan Pro-Wrestling 7-3-12 Roppongi Minato-ku, Tokyo 106 Telephone: (03) 3403-7344 President and Founded by: Shohei Baba (1972) All Japan Pro Wrestling is one of the oldest, most respected professional wrestling organizations in the world. Founded by Giant Baba in the early seventies, the organization has grow to become one of the top two Japanese puroresu organizations. For more information on All Japan, you may import tapes of television and events. There are many different sources to obtain these from. To start with, you might want to checkout : Dave's Wrestling Emporium http://www.pro-wrestling.com/emporium Edward Crouser's Wrestling Tape Trades http://pages.prodigy.com/firepro/tapes.htm Each has a large selection of All Japan tapes, along with most every other federation * Character Background Information * The following section deals with the background information on each of the wrestlers available in All Japan Prowrestling featuring Virtua. Including titles and tournaments they have won, stats, bio, etc. GIANT BABA (b. 1938) ===================================================== Real Name : Shohei Baba Nickname : "Giant of the Orient" Birth : January 23rd, 1938 in Sanjo, Niigata, Japan Height : 209cm (6 feet 10 inches) Weight : 135kg (300 pounds) Bio: Trained by Rikidozan, the Babe Ruth of puroresu. He originally teamed with Antonio Inoki and the two were destined to be rivals in business in the future. Wrestled on west coast of US often, beating the original Shiek on at least one occasion for his US title. Titles : (3 time) NWA World Heavyweight Champion (4 time) PWF Heavyweight Champion (1 time) Asia Heavyweight Champion (12 time) NWA International Tag Team Champion (3 time) Asia Tag Team Champion Winning Tournaments : 8th,9th,10th,12th,13th,14th World League '73,'74,'75,'77,'78,'81,'82 Champion Carnival '78,'80 Real World Tag Team League ===================================================== MITSUHARU MISAWA (b. 1962) ===================================================== Real Name : Mitsuharu Misawa Nickname : "Standard Bearer of Future Generations" Birth : June 18th, 1962 in Koshigaya, Saitama, Japan Height : 185cm (6 feet 1 inches) Weight : 110kg (244 pounds) Bio: Originally, he was Tiger Mask 2. He is probably the best wrestler in the world. A perennial champion, well know for invented new moves in the ring and adapting moves into several variations. Titles : (3 time) Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion (1 time) NWA international Junior Heavyweight Champion (5 time) World Tag Team Champion (1 time) PWF World Tag Team Champion (1 time) Asia Tag Team Champion Winning Tournaments : '95 Champion Carnival '92,'93,'94,'95 Real World Tag Team League ===================================================== TOSHIAKI KAWADA (b. 1963) ===================================================== Real Name : Toshiaki Kawada Nickname : "Dangerous K" Birth : December 8th, 1963 in Shimo-Tsuge, Tochigi, Japan Height : 183cm (6 feet) Weight : 110kg (244 pounds) Bio: Considered the toughest wrestler in Japan, he was originally a tag partner and trainee of Tenryu. Fight with kicks and submissions. Former partner of Misawa, but now has a feud of sorts with him (wrestlers in All Japan compete, not with angles like US fans think of, but they have partners and enemies). Titles : (1 time) Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion (6 time) World Tag Team Champion (1 time) PWF World Tag Team Champion (3 time) Asia Tag Team Champion Winning Tournaments : '94 '97 Champion Carnival '92,'96 Real World Tag Team League '89 Asunaro Cup ===================================================== AKIRA TAUE (b. 1969) ===================================================== Real Name : Akira Taue Nickname : "Dynamic T" Birth : May 8th, 1961 in Chichibu, Saitama, Japan Height : 192cm (6 feet 3 inches) Weight : 120kg (267 pounds) Bio: Former sumo, probably one of the most popular wrestlers but of the big four (Misawa, Kawada and Kobashi are the others) the least talented. Teams with Kawada. Titles : (1 time) Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion (5 time) World Tag Team Champion (1 time) Asia Tag Team Champion Winning Tournaments : '96 Champion Carnival '96 Real World Tag Team League ===================================================== KENTA KOBASHI (b. 1967) ===================================================== Real Name : Kenta Kobashi Nickname : "Orange Crush" Birth : March 27th, 1967 in Fukuchiyama, Kyoto, Japan Height : 187cm (6 feet 2 inches) Weight : 118kg (262 pounds) Bio: For years, pushed as the least of the Big Four when in actuality the best overall worker arguably (except Misawa, maybe) as an overall wrestler. Hurt knee has slowed down game but he is still an incredible wrestler. Formed team as GET (Global Energy Team) with Patriot and Johnny Ace. Titles : (1 time) Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion (3 time) World Tag Team Champion (4 time) Asia tag team Champion Winning Tournaments : '93,'94,'95 Real World Tag Team League ===================================================== JUN AKIYAMA (b. 1969) ===================================================== Real Name : Jun Akiyama Nickname : "Nova" Birth : October 9th, 1969 in Izumi, Osaka Japan Height : 188cm (6 feet 2 inches) Weight : 108kg (240 pounds) Bio: The youngster, still years away from his prime and push. Teams with Misawa. Titles : (1 time) World Tag Team Champion (1 time) Asia Tag Team Champion Winning Tournaments : '94 Adunaro Cup ===================================================== STAN HANSEN (b. 1949) ===================================================== Real Name : John Stanley Hansen Nickname : "The Lariat" (US) "Unsinkable Battleship" (JAPAN) Birth : October 10th, 1949 in Knox City, Texas, USA Debut : January 1st, 1973 Bio: The most popular American in Japan. Is nearly legally blind but still can fight a good game (he has famously bad eyesight) and is well known for his devastating clothesline. Formed team with Brody that is still considered one of the best of all time. Titles : (4 time) Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion (1 time) AWA World Heavyweight Champion (1 time) NWA International Heavyweight Champion (3 time) PWF Heavyweight Champion (1 time) NWA United National Heavyweight Champion (1 time) NWF Heavyweight Champion (1 time) WCW U.S. Heavyweight Champion (7 time) World Tag Team Champion (1 time) NWA International Tag Team Champion (3 time) PWF World Tag Team Champion Winning Tournaments : '92,'93 Champion Carnival '83,'85,'88,'89 Real World Tag Team League ===================================================== STEVE WILLIAMS (b. 1960) ===================================================== Real Name : Steve Williams Nickname : "Dr. Death" Birth : May 14th, 1960 in Lakewood, Colorado USA Height : 188cm (6 feet 2 inches) Weight : 123kg (273 pounds) Bio: Graduate of Oklahoma, football player Steve Williams became one of the best wrestlers ever. His "Miracle Violence Combination" with Terry Gordy is considered the best team of Americans to ever compete in Japan. Titles : (1 time) Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion (6 time) World Tag Team Champion (1 time) Mid-South Tag Team Champion (1 time) UWF Heavyweight Champion Winning Tournaments : '90,'91 Real World Tag Team League ===================================================== GARY ALBRIGHT (b. 1963) ===================================================== Real Name : Gary Albright Nickname : "Windmill of Death" Birth : May 18th, 1963 in Lincoln, Nebraska USA Height : 191cm (6 feet 3 inches) Weight : 160kg (356 pounds) Bio: All American wrestling champion, competed in UWFI where he feuded with Vader and Takada. Known for throws and holds, but has poor stamina due to his diabetes. Titles : (1 time) World Tag Team Champion Winning Tournaments : NONE ===================================================== JOHNNY ACE (b. 1965) ===================================================== Real Name : John Laurinidas Nickname : "Reckless Wolf" Birth : July 31th, 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Height : 194cm (6 feet 4 inches) Weight : 115kg (256 pounds) Bio: Brother of Road Warrior Animal and Terminator. Former partner of Shane Douglas in Dynamic Dudes, Johnny Ace teams with Hansen and now Kobashi. A solid wrestler who invented the Ace Crusher, which you see in the US as the Diamond Death Drop and Stone Cold Stunner. Titles : (2 time) ICWA Flordia Heavyweight Champion (2 time) World Tag Team Champion (2 time) Asia Tag Team Champion (1 time) FCW Flordia Tag Team Champion Winning Tournaments : NONE ===================================================== WOLF (b. 1969) ===================================================== Real Name : Wolf Hawkfield Nickname : "Wolf" Birth : Febuary 8th, 1966 in Canada Height : 1.81m (? feet ? inches) Weight : 110kg (244 pounds) Bio (VF Storyline from VF2 FAQ): He lived as a woodsman and hunter in the Canadian wilderness until he was discovered on a scouting trip by a professional wrestling promoter. A quiet man who loves nature, he has his gentle side. He is filled with fighting spirit, however. Once aroused, he is not satisfied until he finishes the job at hand. He was an instant star in the pro wrestling area, and successfully defended his title several times. Dissatisfied with the level of competition, however, he turned in his belt and retired from the ring. Bio: Remember Jungle Jim Steele in WCW? He use to wrestle in All Japan as "the Lacrosse" and he teamed with Gary Albright and Steve Williams and Triangle of Power. Well, he unmasked this week and his new ring name? Wolf Hawkfield. He dresses like him, he looks like him and yes, he even uses his moves! Games : Virtua Fighter 1 (Arcade) Virtua Fighter 1 (Sega Saturn) Virtua Fighter Remix (Sega Saturn) Virtua Fighter 2 (Arcade) Virtua Fighter 2 (Sega Saturn) Virtua Fighter 2 (IBM PC) Virtua Fighter 3 (Arcade) Fighter's Megamix (Sega Saturn) All Japan Prowrestling featuring Virtua (Sega Saturn) Tournaments : World Fighting Tournament 1 (VF1) World Fighting Tournament 2 (VF2) World Fighting Tournament 3 (VF3) ===================================================== JEFFERY (b. 1969) ===================================================== Real Name : Jeffery McWild Nickname : "Jeffery" Birth : Febuary 20th, 1957 in Australia Height : 1.83m (? feet ? inches) Weight : 111kg (245 pounds) Bio (VF Storyline from VF2 FAQ) A fisherman on the Australian coast, he lived in the salty tang of the tides and the hot sun. The most skillful fisherman of his village, he has an engaging personality. He was bested by only one opponent - the giant, eight-meter long, man-eating Satan Shark. They fought several battles, and finally met in their ultimate match. Jeffery was routed and his boat wrecked, but he somehow managed to recover as he hovered on the verge of death. He entered the World Fighting Tournament with a vow to build a new boat and do battle with the shark again. Games : Virtua Fighter 1 (Arcade) Virtua Fighter 1 (Sega Saturn) Daytona USA (Arcade) Daytona USA (Sega Saturn) Virtua Fighter Remix (Sega Saturn) Virtua Fighter 2 (Arcade) Virtua Fighter 2 (Sega Saturn) Virtua Fighter 2 (IBM PC) Virtua Fighter 3 (Arcade) Fighter's Megamix (Sega Saturn) All Japan Prowrestling featuring Virtua (Sega Saturn) Tournaments : World Fighting Tournament (VF1) World Fighting Tournament 2 (VF2) World Fighting Tournament 3 (VF3) ===================================================== ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³ Hidden Character Background Information ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ The following section deals with the background information on each of the hidden wrestlers available in All Japan Prowrestling featuring Virtua. HIROSHI HASE (b. 1961) - HIDDEN CHARACTER ===================================================== Real Name : Hiroshi Hase Nickname : "Northern Lights" Birth : May 5th, 1961 in Koyabe, Toyama, Japan Height : 183cm (6 feet) Weight : 105kg (233 pounds) Bio: Hase - Now a senator, Hase has cut his wrestling down but in his prime was considered the best wrestler in Japan. His match with Kobashi was long awaited and they had an incredible contest that Hase won. His giant swing and judo urange suplex (that Akiyama does now) are famous holds. Titles : (1 time) WCW International Heavyweight Champion (4 time) IWGP Tag Team Champion (2 time) IWGP Juniorweight Champion Winning Tournaments : '93,'94 SG Tag Team League ===================================================== ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³ Description of Modes of Play ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ I. One Player Mode II. Two Player Versus Mode III. Featuring Mode IV. Training Mode V. Options All Modes ========= A win takes place when one of three things happen. The ref counts a wrestler's shoulders to the mat for a three count, a submission occurs (rare) or your break two different parts of a wrestler's body (the ref will then stop the match). I. One Player Mode The One Player Mode allows one player to take control of a premade character (not one that you created in the featuring mode) and fight against each of the CPU characters (11 in total). When you win against all 11 characters you are treated to a nice FMV ending based on the character you choose. II. Two Player Versus Mode This mode allows you to take on one of your friends in a one on one battle. There is a nice feature after you fight a bout called "Simple Select"... This allows you to choose the characters who want to use by simply selecting their names (instead of taking the time to load the usual select screen). You can use premade characters or created wrestlers (in memory or via password) in this mode. III. Featuring Mode This is the mode that allows you to create a wrestling character and take him on the road to winning the All Japan Triple Crown Championship. First you will start off with a character that doesn't have many moves, is not very strong or is not easy to win with. As you progress the more you win the more points you gain to spend on moves for each character, and you will become stronger. Win the first 7 matches and then proceed to the tournament for the All Japan Triple Crown Championship! IV. Training Mode There cannot be enough said about the training mode. If you want to learn the timing of the game, how to do moves, simply go here. You'll be able to pratice them, see what buttons you are pressing and learn all about the workings of the game. This is the first stop to mastering the game! V. Options From here you can change different options, sample sound FX, background music and crowd chants. You can also set the difficulty of the game. I. One Player Mode *UNDER CONSTRUCTION* II. Two Player Versus Mode *UNDER CONSTRUCTION* IV. Training Mode *UNDER CONSTRUCTION* V. Options *UNDER CONSTRUCTION* III. Featuring Mode General Commands A - Select C - Select B - Back After entering "Featuring Mode" you'll be presented with the following screen: Create a New Wrestler Load a existing Wrestler CREATE A NEW WRESTLER - 1ST SCREEN Select Wrestler's Name/Crowd Chant GREAT JUMBO METEOR BOMBER BLAZE PHANTOM TORNADO CANNON SAVIOR CYCLONE DEVIL SATAN PUNISH BASTARD CRUSH TIGER DRAGON BISON JAGUAR JACKAL RABBIT BEAUTY CUTIE DOLPHIN SAKURA RAIDEN NINJA X OHTORII UFO NIIMURA Wrestler Edit - 2nd Screen Press START to go from the Japanese characters to the menu. [Japanese Characters] [English Characters] [Delete Character] [Beginning/End of Word] [Finished] Wrestler Edit - 3rd Screen Please Select Your Wrestler's Age 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Wrestler Edit - 4th Screen Fourth screen is for prior sports experience. Prior sports experience generally governs your starting abilities. It's also rather odd that if you change columns, you change character's appearance template sets. There seems to only be three sets to choose from. Each column is a different set of character appearance templates. Gymnastics Sumo Drumming ??? Tennis Chinese Kempo Baseball Amateur Wrestling Basketball Karate Soccer Arm Wrestling Judo Rugby Street Fighting 1. Gymnastics - Body is suited for aerial moves 2. Sumo - Possess great power 3. Drumming - (Big Japanese type drum) Good stamina and determination is your goal 4. ??? (Unknown) - Movement and sharp counterattacks are good 5. Tennis - Footwork is good 6. Chinese Kempo - (Shaolin Kung Fu) Your strength comes from your techniques and ki developed by martial arts practice. 7. Baseball - I think this gives you more fame 8. Amateur Wrestling - First step before ascending to the top of puroresu 9. Basketball - Good at jumping 10. Karate - Striking martials arts hero 11. Soccer - Besides Leg strength, patience is a necessity (especially if you are a spectator) 12. Arm Wrestling - You will gamble everything on the strength of your upper body and wrists 13. Judo - A throwing expert 14. Rugby - Your method of winning is tackling with you strong upper body 15. Street Fighting - Basically a tough man style. "The strongest one will fight this day" Wrestler Edit - 5th Screen - "Zen Nihon Puroresutoie" Please Answer the Question (#1) Question: All Japan Puroresu is Giant Baba? Answer: 1) Of Course 2) It is the four lords of heaven (I would guess Misawa, Kobashi, Kawada, and Taue) 3) It is Rusher Kimura Wrestler Edit - 6th Screen - "Puroresuraa toshite donna" Please Answer the Question (#2) Question: How should a Pro Wrestler win his matches? Answer: 1) Pretty (Technically sound) Suplex should decide 2) The big move done in the heat of the match should decide the victory 3) It does not matter Wrestler Edit - 7th Screen -"Anata wa donna waz" Please Answer the Question (#3) Question: What technique do you like? Answer: 1) Counter attacks 2) Throwing 3) Stretching Wrestler Edit - 8th Screen -"Puroresuraa no meji subeki" Please Answer the Question (#4) Question: What should the Pro Wrestler's goal be? Answer: 1) Strength 2) Championship Belt 3) Fans enjoying the match Wrestler Edit - 9th Screen -"Ashita wa Puroresu Debuu" Please Answer the Question (#5) Question: Tomorrow is your Pro Wrestling debut. What are you thinking? Answer: 1) Think positive 2) Concentrate 3) Win at all costs Wrestler Edit - 10th Screen -"Anata wa naze puroresura" Please Answer the Question (#6) Question: Why did you become a pro wrestler? Answer: 1) To become strong 2) ( Not Sure ) 3) To become a famous wrestler Wrestler Edit - 11th Screen -"Tsuyoi resuraa ni naru ni wa" Please Answer the Question (#7) Question: To become a strong wrestler requires endless stamina and techniques. How do you do it? Answer: 1) Extra long training 2) ( Not Sure ) 3) Eat three times as much Wrestler Edit - 12th Screen -"Aite no moukou ni" Please Answer the Question (#8) Question: Your opponent misses a wild attack. So your counter attack begins. How do you start? Answer: 1) Yell to get your ki up 2) Slap your face to get your ki up 3) Do a surprisingly cold and precise counter Wrestler Edit - 13th Screen -"Souryoku ga onajikurai" Please Answer the Question (#9) Question: How do you compete against a wrestler of similar power? Answer: 1) More practice 2) Something to do with skiing?! 3) Ki power Wrestler Edit - 14th Screen -"Jibun no nijyo teema ga" Please Answer the Question (#10) Question: What is your theme music? Answer: 1) Western Rock 2) Original Composition 3) ( Not Sure ) Wrestler Edit - 15th Screen -"Anata ga Puroresuraa toshite" Please Answer the Question (#11) Question: What is you wrestling style? Answer: 1) Power Fighter 2) Technician 3) Colorful Wrestler Edit - 16th Screen - "Kawada dote no Suriipahoo" Please Answer the Question (#12) Question: Kawada has Misawa in a sleeper hold. As Misawa's hand is raised, what are you saying during this? Answer: 1) "Drop!" 2) "Return!" 3) You just watch Wrestler Edit - 17th Screen - "Raibaruresuraa tono" Please Answer the Question (#13) Question: You just beat your rival. What do you now say? Answer: 1) ( Not Sure ) 2) "I am above you! Understand?!" 3) Say Nothing Wrestler Edit - 18th Screen - "Rasshaa Kimura ga maiku" Please Answer the Question (#14) Question: Rusher Kimura is on the mike. The first thing said is? (I think they are asking how he begins his interviews) Answer: 1) Fuchi 2) Eigen 3) Aniki Wrestler Edit - 19th Screen - "Senpai resuraa ga atarashii" Please Answer the Question (#15) Question: A senior wrestler gets a new costume and asks you about it. You do not like it. How do you respond? Answer: 1) Say it is good 2) Say it is weird 3) Say you prefer the old one Wrestler Edit - 13th Screen Please Select a Character The characters available here are based directly on the character template set you choose to use above. Select a different template set, and you'll recieve different characters here. Pause for one second for the game to bring up the appearance of the currently selected character. Wrestler Edit - 14th Screen Status Screen Is wrestler okay to continue? (A/C) Yes (B) No A Splash screen of the All Japan Triple Crown Championship will appear on the screen. After this, a listing of your matches appear as you fight your way into the tournament. Wrestler Edit - 15th Screen [Data Mode] [Matches] [Start Match] [Status] [Move List] [DATA MODE] Save Load Delete Copy Password ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³ Codes!!! ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ If anyone knows who posted the following code on the Usenet, please let me know so I can credit them for finding it. Otherwise, here goes: (*) Play CPU vs. CPU!!!! (By: Boozerman) To get CPU vs CPU hold L and R buttons on controller 1 when you select select VS mode from the main menu. (*) Control the Sounds. Press and hold L+R on the 2nd player's controller when selecting 1P Mode. Once you get into the game you'll be able to control the sounds and chants with the second player's controller. (*) Hidden character "Hiroshi Hase" in the featuring mode. Create a new character in the featuring mode and start a career for him. After defeating a few opponents you will run across Hase. Defeat him and he will become selectable in the two player versus mode! (*) Hidden character "Hyper" in the 1P mode. He is basically a really fast Giant Baba with most if not all the moves from all the characters in the game. To get to him, play on Hard difficulty, and get a full 200 points for the first two matches, then Hyper should show up. ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³ Internet Links! ³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ Please also visit the following links! For the LATEST version of this translation guide, please visit: Planet Saturn: Professional Wrestling Videogames http://pages.prodigy.com/firepro/ Fire Pro Club http://rvg.simplenet.com/fpc/ Rasslin Video Games - For the latest Wrestling Videogames News! http://rvg.simplenet.com/ Official All Japan Site! (Japanese) http://www.gala-net.co.jp/all-japan-pro-wrestling/ The Great Hisa's Puroresu Dojo http://www.albany.net/~hit/puroresu/ The Rage (Deals Import Videogames) http://www.therage.com Dave's Wrestling Emporium http://www.pro-wrestling.com/emporium ------------------------------------------------------------------------ All Japan Prowrestling featuring Virtua TRANSLATIONS GUIDE v1.00 (c) Copyright 1997-98 Edward Crouser II. All Rights Reserved.