History VideoGame / TotalExtremeWrestling

20th Aug '15 2:47:48 PM maxreid
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* Expy: Countless. Ryland has admitted that a number of characters were originally inspired by real life wrestlers, generally as composites rather than direct counterparts. For example, wrestler "Paul Huntingdon" has his name and gimmick based on the young Wrestling/TripleH, but some of his stats and attributes are less, er...Levesque-esque. Threads debating who in real life may have inspired which character are always popular on the forums. There are, however, some obvious parallels, such as "The Force" being based on Wrestling/UltimateWarrior's in-ring gimmick and face paint.
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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Countless. Ryland has admitted that a number of characters were originally inspired by real life wrestlers, generally as composites rather than direct counterparts. For example, wrestler "Paul Huntingdon" has his name and gimmick based on the young Wrestling/TripleH, but some of his stats and attributes are less, er...Levesque-esque. Threads debating who in real life may have inspired which character are always popular on the forums. There are, however, some obvious parallels, such as "The Force" being based on Wrestling/UltimateWarrior's in-ring gimmick and face paint.

* Expy: Countless. Ryland has admitted that a number of characters were originally inspired by real life wrestlers, generally as composites rather than direct counterparts. For example, wrestler "Paul Huntingdon" has his name ** Also completely fictional universes, including the GDS-Verse and gimmick based on the young Wrestling/TripleH, but some of his stats and attributes are less, er...Levesque-esque. Threads debating who in real life may have inspired which character are always popular on the forums. There are, however, some obvious parallels, such as "The Force" being based on Wrestling/UltimateWarrior's in-ring gimmick and face paint.Thunderverse (the first mod officially approved by Ryland.)

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Every game prior to ''Extreme Warfare 2001'' is almost impossible to find online. Also, due to .400 Software's closure in 2006, ''Total Extreme Wrestling 2004'' is LostForever save for those who held on to their purchased copy.

* ProfessionalWrestling: Simulates being the booker (matchmaker) and owner of a professional wrestling promotion.
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* ProfessionalWrestling: Simulates being the booker (matchmaker) and and/or owner of a professional wrestling promotion.
5th May '15 12:45:25 AM SeptimusHeap
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* GameMod: Several for all iterations of the game, most of them being based on several earlier years in wrestling. The AlternateUniverse mod ''{{iDomination}}'' is also fairly popular.
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* GameMod: Several for all iterations of the game, most of them being based on several earlier years in wrestling. The AlternateUniverse mod ''{{iDomination}}'' ''VideoGame/{{iDomination}}'' is also fairly popular.
31st Mar '15 10:15:16 AM 3rdStringPG
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* ReferenceOverdosed: Adam Ryland is clearly a fan of classic rock, as well as the Whedonverse. For the former, there are a few examples already on this page, as well as the Eisen family and Steve Frehley, both references to Music/KISS members. For the latter, the wrestler "Puffy the Sand Iron Player" rhymes almost perfectly with Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer.
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* ReferenceOverdosed: Adam Ryland is clearly a fan of classic rock, as well as the Whedonverse. For the former, there are a few examples already on this page, as well as the Eisen family and Steve Frehley, both references to Music/KISS KISS members. For the latter, the wrestler "Puffy the Sand Iron Player" rhymes almost perfectly with Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer.
31st Mar '15 10:14:28 AM 3rdStringPG
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* ReferenceOverdose: Adam Ryland is clearly a fan of classic rock, as well as the Whedonverse. For the former, there are a few examples already on this page, as well as the Eisen family and Steve Frehley, both references to Music/KISS members. For the latter, the wrestler "Puffy the Sand Iron Player" rhymes almost perfectly with Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer.
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* ReferenceOverdose: ReferenceOverdosed: Adam Ryland is clearly a fan of classic rock, as well as the Whedonverse. For the former, there are a few examples already on this page, as well as the Eisen family and Steve Frehley, both references to Music/KISS members. For the latter, the wrestler "Puffy the Sand Iron Player" rhymes almost perfectly with Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer.
31st Mar '15 10:14:05 AM 3rdStringPG
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* ReferenceOverdose: Adam Ryland is clearly a fan of classic rock, as well as the Whedonverse. For the former, there are a few examples already on this page, as well as the Eisen family and Steve Frehley, both references to Music/KISS members. For the latter, the wrestler "Puffy the Sand Iron Player" rhymes almost perfectly with Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer.
18th Mar '15 9:47:59 AM 3rdStringPG
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* Expy: Countless. Ryland has admitted that a number of characters were originally inspired by real life wrestlers, generally as composites rather than direct counterparts. Threads debating who in real life may have inspired which character are always popular on the forums. There are, however, some obvious parallels, such as "The Force" being based on The Ultimate Warrior's in-ring gimmick and face paint.
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* Expy: Countless. Ryland has admitted that a number of characters were originally inspired by real life wrestlers, generally as composites rather than direct counterparts. For example, wrestler "Paul Huntingdon" has his name and gimmick based on the young Wrestling/TripleH, but some of his stats and attributes are less, er...Levesque-esque. Threads debating who in real life may have inspired which character are always popular on the forums. There are, however, some obvious parallels, such as "The Force" being based on The Ultimate Warrior's Wrestling/UltimateWarrior's in-ring gimmick and face paint.
18th Mar '15 9:41:46 AM 3rdStringPG
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* Expy: Countless. Ryland has admitted that a number of characters were originally inspired by real life wrestlers, generally as composites rather than direct counterparts. Threads debating who in real life may have inspired which character are always popular on the forums.
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* Expy: Countless. Ryland has admitted that a number of characters were originally inspired by real life wrestlers, generally as composites rather than direct counterparts. Threads debating who in real life may have inspired which character are always popular on the forums. There are, however, some obvious parallels, such as "The Force" being based on The Ultimate Warrior's in-ring gimmick and face paint.

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* Expy: Countless. Ryland has admitted that NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: "Sammy Bach," for instance, works a number rock star gimmick and his name is a portmanteau of characters were originally inspired by real life wrestlers, generally as composites rather than direct counterparts. Threads debating who in real life may have inspired which character are always '80s rock icons Sammy Hagar and Sebastian Bach. There is even a wrestler (also working a rock star gimmick and one of the Cornellverse's most popular on characters) who is named exactly after the forums.late Cream bassist Jack Bruce.
16th Dec '14 5:24:53 PM DrunkDeathClaw
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* ''Total Extreme Wrestling'': Released via .400 Software for the 2004 version and with Greydog Software for 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2010. Greatly enhances the game from ''Revenge'', adding in more realistic development territories and more micromanagement when it comes to event times. 2005 was eventually made freeware to promote ''TEW 2008'' and other games made by Ryland.
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* ''Total Extreme Wrestling'': Released via .400 Software for the 2004 version and with Greydog Software for 2005, 2007, 2008 2008, 2010 and 2010.2013. Greatly enhances the game from ''Revenge'', adding in more realistic development territories and more micromanagement when it comes to event times. 2005 was eventually made freeware to promote ''TEW 2008'' and other games made by Ryland.
10th Nov '14 12:49:53 AM MacronNotes
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* {{Retraux}}: The DeathOfTheTerritories mod, set in a stylized version of 1983, comes with a graphic pack that gives the user interface a more "1980's Wrestling" feel. The normally red background is replaced with a wall of old promotional flyers and pictures from the era.
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* {{Retraux}}: The DeathOfTheTerritories VideoGame/DeathOfTheTerritories mod, set in a stylized version of 1983, comes with a graphic pack that gives the user interface a more "1980's Wrestling" feel. The normally red background is replaced with a wall of old promotional flyers and pictures from the era.
22nd Sep '13 8:31:16 AM HeartBurnKid
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* {{Retraux}}: The [[DeathOfTheTerritories]] mod, set in a stylized version of 1983, comes with a graphic pack that gives the user interface a more "1980's Wrestling" feel. The normally red background is replaced with a wall of old promotional flyers and pictures from the era.
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* {{Retraux}}: The [[DeathOfTheTerritories]] DeathOfTheTerritories mod, set in a stylized version of 1983, comes with a graphic pack that gives the user interface a more "1980's Wrestling" feel. The normally red background is replaced with a wall of old promotional flyers and pictures from the era.
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