Phoenix, AZ - October 6, 2005 – Grey Dog Software, a Phoenix based developer of sports management simulation software for personal computers, is pleased to announce the release of its highly anticipated wrestling simulation, Total Extreme Wrestling 2005, a sequel to the critically acclaimed TEW 2004. Total Extreme Wrestling 2005 is available for digital download exclusively through Grey Dog Software.
Total Extreme Wrestling 2005 takes lead from its predecessor allowing players to take on the role of a wrestling promoter, where it is up to you to try and steer your chosen company to the top of the industry, along the way dealing with prima donna superstars, wars and alliances with other wrestling companies, and the demands of TV corporations! With improved graphics, faster loading times and superior AI TEW2005 will prove to be the most addictive wrestling simulation ever.
- More detailed wrestlers and promotions than ever before
- Completely new booking system, including the ability to promote matches ahead of time
- Promotional relationships, allowing companies to work together or go to war
- Detailed statistical histories for virtually everything in the game, right at your fingertips
- Vastly improved AI from computer controlled promotions and workers
- Several times faster than TEW2004, no more long loading times
The Extreme Warfare series of games has been considered the premier brand of wrestling simulators for many years, having built up a huge fan base through word-of-mouth. Since its original release in 1995, including the award-winning "Extreme Warfare Revenge" title released in 2003, the extremely popular "Total Extreme Wrestling" release in 2004, and Ryland's latest achievement in 2005, "Wrestling Spirit," fans have come to expect the most accurate portrayal of the wrestling world from Adam Ryland games.
About Grey Dog Software
Grey Dog Software, LLC an Arizona based, privately-held company, is a leading developer of sports management simulations for the PC. Grey Dog Software strives to provide ground-breaking features, enormous depth, and endless replayability with each game.
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