In WreSpi players will control each match, negotiate contracts, personal finances, deal with injuries, and manage all the backstage politics. The accurate simulation engine and realistic AI offers up an extremely unique and immersive wrestling experience.
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 and the critically acclaimed “Total Extreme Warfare” release in 2004, fans have come to expect the most accurate portrayal of the wrestling world from Adam Ryland games.
“Wrestling Spirit (WreSpi) provides a unique angle on the world of managing wrestlers. It combines technical wrestling, promotions, and an exciting role-playing aspect that really draws users into the game,” said Arlie Rahn, owner of Grey Dog Software. “Adam Ryland has a great track record with his prior games of Total Extreme Wrestling and Extreme Warfare Revenge. Even with the great success Adam’s had to this point, we feel WreSpi is the most addictive game he’s created so far."
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