Date Added:Dec. 06, 2004
Price:Free to try (Some features disabled ); $24.95 to buy
Downloads Last Week:3
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Now, dont write reviews often but in this case I had to. The game (apart from being a bit click happy) is kinda like a PC-style role play. Make alliances, foes, sign mutliple contracts and my personal favourite feature, the move editor. The graphics are a bit crappy, but since its not a direct action game, it doesn't really matter.
Bit click happy
and the demo game is a bit short, but its a demo, cant really complain
Unique gameplay style which becomes addictive and almost funner than a more hands-on wrestling. This is a click game btw you click the move and it may or may not work depends on opponent.
Slightly confusing at first, but after awhile your get the hang of it.
Reply by JJSHab on January 19, 2007
hey, Umm, i was wondering if you could let me borrow the code you got with the game for booking mpire? I was trying it, got hooked, and i really wanna buy it, but my moms just like, hell no, ur better off studyin. so wattya say?
choose what moves you want to perform and actions in each match.You can start your career the easy way or the hard way from a rookie or superstar.In career get own banker, agent, fitness advisor and so on
nothing at all
I had more fun with this game then I have had with games in a while took me back to my childhood true it doesn't have the fancy graphics but if you wnated to manage a wreslter and come up with yourown moves this is a lot of fun
I'd give it a 8 of 10. The biggest downfall is its a very click-happy game. Worth a download, Yeah! Worth Purchasing? Yeah!
Where game designer Adam Ryland's previous wrestling sims looked at professional wrestling from the top down, putting players in the role of the owner of a wrestling promotion, Wrestling Spirit turns the tables and the point of view completely around. In Rookie To Legend mode, you begin as a fledgling grappler, scrambling to get bookings from multiple federations, and struggling to make ends meet on the meager pay. As time progresses, if you work hard, your skills increase and you begin to develop a reputation. You begin to be able to demand better pay, while you face increasingly skilled opponents. For those who stick it out, title belts and the chance to headline globally promoted Pay Per Views await.
Wrestling Spirit has a very flexible match engine, which captures the ebb and flow of the fights, rewarding smart decisions and punishing mistakes. Players must balance using the more reliable, but less entertaining moves with using a flashier, riskier style. Winning is important, but so is impressing the crowd. This makes every match a challenge.
Wrestling Spirit comes equipped with a large fictional wrestling universe, with promotions of all sizes operating all over the world. Fans are working on several mods that would include real wrestlers; information on the progress of these is available on the Grey Dog Software forums.
The demo is fully playable for one month of gametime. You can create your own wrestler, or use most of the wrestlers appearing in the game for that time. Exhibition matches are available with the full game.
I bought this product the day it came out and can safely say this is the best career simulator that I have ever played. i am really enjoying this!
First sim of it's kind to allow the fan to become the wrestler and live the dream. Only drawback is it is a clickfest, and not for button mashing console players.
Awesome game that is addictive and puts you in the shoes of a wrestler... Fun to mess with movesets and try and make it to the top.
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|Publisher||Grey Dog Software|
|Publisher web site||http://www.greydogsoftware.com/|
|Release Date||December 06, 2004|
|Date Added||December 06, 2004|
|Operating Systems||Windows 98/Me/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 98/Me/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||3|
|License Model||Free to try|
|Limitations||Some features disabled|