Japanese fans of women's wrestling and animation first got a taste of Wrestle Angels in 1992 on the PC-9801. Developer Tryfirst and publisher Success collaborate on the sequel for the Playstation 2 where players manage, coach, and guide a league of professional women wrestlers.
The game features over 120 wrestlers including a kick-boxing ginger named Makoto Kondou, an aspiring young grappler named Kazuki Aiba, and a cool-headed technical wrestler named Toshimi Minami.At the outset of the game, players recruit the girls from a pool of wrestling wannabes and then put them through a practice regimen to hone their abilities.
The in-ring action is played in flick-action interaction sequences where players choose a move for the wrestler and watch it play out on the screen. A variety of grappling moves is available to each wrestler to mix up the wrestling theatrics. The publisher touts 80 different moves which are accompanied by animation sequences.
GAME MODES:- Management - Build a wrestling troupe and compete in tournaments- Special Match - Choose a wrestler, choose an opponent and then play flick-card-wrestling- Team Battle - Play a 4-vs-4 or 5-vs-5 match where the wrestlers grapple in sequential 1-on-1 matches- One Night Tournament - 1-vs-1, 2-vs-2, or 3-vs-3 competition- Open League - Face off against a procession of wrestling opponents- Gallery - Features 316 pieces of wrestler artwork that's spread out across 36 pages (must be unlocked)
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