Get TNA IMPACT Wrestling A Video Game
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IMPACT Wrestling, formerly known as Total Non-Stop Action (TNA) Wrestling partnered with Midway Studios Los Angeles and Midway Games to produce TNA's first video game in 2005. Midway Games and TNA spent years on working on the video game, named 'TNA iMPACT!'. TNA iMPACT! was released in September of 2009. TNA iMPACT! sold over one and a half million copies in just four months of the game's release and TNA iMPACT! was only released throughout North America. The contract TNA had originally signed with Midway Games included a sequel to TNA iMPACT!, however in a disappointing and misfortune turning of events, in July 2009, Time Warner purchased a majority stock share of Midway Games. The TNA video game license was not included with the purchase. In September 2009, then, TNA Wrestling president Dixie Carter announced that TNA was looking for a new video game partner. On November 11, 2009, SouthPeak Games confirmed that it acquired Midway Games' TNA video game license. The first game published by the company was TNA Impact!: Cross the Line. TNA iMPACT!: Cross The Line was only made for PlayStation Portable (PSP) and Nintendo DS platforms. The TNA Impact!: Cross The Line game was released on June 25, 2010. No information has been announced on how many copies of TNA Impact!: Cross The Line were sold.
IMPACT Wrestling was able to sell over one and a half million copies of the company's first video game. Fast forward eight years later, IMPACT Wrestling has a much larger fan base, not only in the United States, but also expanding over in India, Mexico and the United Kingdom. A modern IMPACT Wrestling video game would no doubt live up to the heights reached by TNA iMPACT! eight years ago, but more than likely reach higher heights, in terms of copies of sold. IMPACT Wrestling's first video game sold over one and a half million copies only being released in North America. An IMPACT Wrestling video game today, if sold throughout North America, the U.K, India and Japan, would sell an incredible number of copies, surpassing one and a half million copies. Money is to be made in an IMPACT Wrestling video game.
Even non-fans of TNA IMPACT Wrestling, even non-fans of Professional Wrestling in general, would purchase an IMPACT Wrestling video game. Non-WWE and non-Professional Wrestling fans purchase WWE video games, every year when WWE 2K is released yearly.
IMPACT Wrestling has multiple major names that Professional Wrestling fans are familiar with, including former WWE World Heavyweight and AAA Mega Champion (AAA is Mexico's largest Professional Wrestling promotion; the third largest Professional Wrestling promotion, behind WWE and New Japan Pro Wrestling/NJPW)), former Lucha Underground star Alberto Del Rio (Alberto El Patron), Former ECW World, WWE United States and four time IMPACT Wrestling World Champion, Bellator MMA fighter Bobby Lashley, former IMPACT Wrestling World Champion and TNA original James Storm, former IMPACT Wrestling King Of The Mountain Champion Eli Drake, former two time IMPACT Wrestling World Champion Ethan Carter lll (EC3), former WWE Superstar and NJPW Wrestler Matt Sydal (Evan Bourne), Trevor Lee, Suicide, LAX, Mexican Wrestling legend Konan, former NFL Linebacker and RoH Wrestler Moose, TNA original Low Ki, Indian sensation Sonjay Dutt, Bram, TNA original Abyss, Jeff Jarrett, Dirty Dutch Mantell, Scott D'Moore, Scott Steiner, Joseph Park (Abyss' alter ego), Elijah Burke (The Pope D'Angelo Dinero), NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAnglo Williams, Braxton Sutters, Allie (Cherry Bomb), Sienna, KM, Kongo Kong, Rosemary, amongst many, many others. Plus former IMPACT alumni currently not signed with any company, Sting, Mick Foley, Sandman, Tommy Dreamer, Raven, MVP and Sabu could appear in the game. Since Tito Ortiz, King Mo and Rampage Jackson have had stints in IMPACT in the past, they could possibly also appear in the game.
With countless people wanting General Manager Mode to return, (GM Mode was popularized by WWE SmackDown vs RAW 2007 and 2008) Rockstar Games and IMPACT Wrestling could capitalize on what WWE and 2K Sports are failing to do.
Look at how many people want an IMPACT Wrestling video game. Millions of people want an IMPACT Wrestling video game. Look at YouTube, for example. There are an endless amount of people making concepts and videos wanting a modern IMPACT Wrestling video game. Element Games does the best concepts on YouTube, check out his IMPACT Wrestling video game concepts on YouTube.
Rockstar Games would be an ideal partner for IMPACT Wrestling to create a video game. Rockstar Games' creativity and IMPACT Wrestling's superior knowledge of the Professional Wrestling business, an IMPACT Wrestling video game developed by Rockstar Games would be nothing short of amazing.
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