I kinda think the Chikara game will end up being something like a 2D platformer that could be downloaded on XBOX Live and things like that, if it's not just a storyline. But with the comic book influence I definitely wouldn't put it past Chikara for a platformer. Could be cool, although I'm sure we would all love a legit wrestling game.
As long as there's a Triforce, there will be a Zelda;
as long as there's a prosperous kingdom, there will be an evil bent on destroying it;
and as long as there's an oppressive force threatening Hyrule, there will be a boy...
in a green tunic, silver shield, and magic blade to stand against it.
CHIKARA has partnered with some like-minded gaming trailblazers to create "Rudo Resurrection," a new video game currently in pre-production, set for release later this year! This story-driven game takes full advantage of the ever-deepening CHIKARA mythology, and features the macabre UltraMantis Black as he re-animates characters from CHIKARA's storied past. We're proud to announce "Rudo Resurrection" is coming to multiple gaming platforms in 2010, and more information about this highly-anticipated project will follow, but for now, we want to confirm that the first three playable characters in the game will be none other than Fire Ant, Soldier Ant and Green Ant of The Colony!
Doesn't sound like a traditional wrestling game. Sounds like someone was a Chikara fan and decided to create a game with their characters as a backdrop. I could easily be wrong, but that's how it sounds to me. Probs gonna be 360 DLC Indy and PSN title, perhaps iPhone. It'll (hopefully) not completely suck and get people into the product. Hopefully.
Somewhat on topic, for puro fans on the fence about King of Trios:
Spoiler for King of Trios Spoilers:
Daisuke Sekimoto spent the weekend no-selling 630 Sentons and tossing midgets like paper cups at a family reunion. He landed a double German Suplex on Night 1 and a triple German on Night 2. He faced Claudio on Night 3. Also, the Osaka Pro guys were supposedly wicked, especially in their match against F.I.S.T.
Originally Posted by Jimmy Jacobs, about Wrestling Society X:
"MTV had all these strange rules. We were told we weren't allowed to hit each other with household objects, but they were really excited about using an exploding coffin. So chairs were bad, but exploding coffins were okay. One of the guys at MTV said he wanted one of the wrestlers to be dumped in a vat of acid, and somebody had to explain to him that if you put a guy in acid one week, he can't really come back the next week. Or ever."