So Avatar FirePro Wrestling is the game that was hyped last year for X-Box's avatar's?! Hmmm...
Ya know with a lil' ingenuity and such, they could still make a great 2d game outta the FirePro series. Add some spectacle such as interviews and the like(which version was it that had the OWNERS of each federation pictured, like Vince Jr., Baba, and I remember seeing Liger speaking with a buncha kanji shiz I couldnt read....anyways anyone remember that version?
I played it out that I had a mask on and under a hood in each federation...until I lost I'd lose the hood...which then set up a fued(and somehow it actually did in the game) and once I won I'd remask and eventually head to a different fed.
Can't remember if I got that on the modded Saturn or the Playstation?! Seems like it was the PS cause it didn't always play).
Jacob Cass...I still gotta get to that storyline...sadly I havent yet. I'm still stuck with SHEAMUS trying to beat foe in the ELMINATION CHAMBER match before a new for comes out...seems damned near impossible. Any hints or help?
Oyaji, on Apr 29 2012, 10:37 PM, said:
Ligerbusa, on Apr 29 2012, 04:53 PM, said:
Avatar Fire Pro but close enough. Looks like it was cancelled. They released a mobile Fire Pro in Japan not that long ago.
Interesting note in the PWX Newsletter
FIRE PRO TRYING
Last week I mentioned a rumor that publishers are finished with the Fire Pro brand. You should know, however, that the people who own the Fire Pro code havenít exactly given up, at least not recently. Iíve heard confirmed reports from two different sources that attempts were made to license at least one U.S. wrestling promotion for the purpose of a proper 2D American Fire Pro.
I have heard nothing regarding the success of such attempts but at least itís something real that we can hope for. Hell, Iíd quite happily take a Fire Pro TNA game for any platform if thatís what it takes to keep Fire Pro alive.
Does Sonny Bone write the PWX newsletter?
SouthernFried, also Tommy Rich's favorite place to buy meth.
(Two wrestling vets drinking beers at a local roadhouse)
Scotty McKeever: "Hey, want some peanuts"?
Bobby Eaton: "No thanks, I've been in the circus long enough."