Xbox 360 owners can brace for an outbreak of Hulkamania, as Majesco Entertainment today announced it will launch Hulk Hogan's Main Event for the Xbox 360 this fall. Described as a "performance-based wrestling game," Main Event lets players create their own wrestling persona and learn how to work a crowd under the Hulkster's tutelage.
The Kinect will be used to track players' movements as they attempt to emulate Hogan's signature poses or perform dozens of combos. After customizing their wrestler from appearance to entrance music, players will embark on a career that takes them from tearing up the backyard to headlining a card at a sold-out stadium. Much like Hogan, players won't always fight fair; the game will support a number of foreign objects, including chairs and ladders. Additionally, a Tournament mode will support tag-team action for two players.
Hulk Hogan's Main Event is being developed by Panic Button. The studio has a handful of Wii games to its credit, including the first-person fighting game Swords and the party game Lumberjacks. It has also worked on the Xbox 360 once before with the Majesco-published Attack of the Movies 3D.