On Nov 7, we will finally stop saying no to everyone who wanted to kick in some $$$ towards our dream. You will be rewarded
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I don't want your money unless I can give you something in return. I have that now. I look at the states other indie developers have shipped their games in, and Uprising is way ahead of a lot of those alpha and beta stage games that developers give pre-order customers access to.
So on Nov 7th I'm going to open the doors again and accept your help and your support. This time I'll have something to give you. A lot, actually. And it's not a coffee mug
Pledge $20 or more
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL, THIS TIER WILL HIT $25 WHEN FULL! Get the games + all the goodies mentioned, PLUS we'll give you a chance to get behind the curtain: exclusive forum access and admission to the closed beta of Pro Wrestling X. Not enough? OK, we'll send you a Newsletter Anthology PDF too - over 550 newsletters - and "The Making of the Pro Wrestling X Kickstarter" podcast.
Ok...well there you go! Thank you to ALL of you for your support! The crew and I are actually more fired up than ever before. We learned a lot from this Kickstarter. Most importantly we learned what we need to do next. You need to get your hands on something and PLAY IT. We're going to do that. Soon. I'm talking days here. Not weeks. Our lead programmer wants Uprising beta in the wild by Tuesday. I want to make that happen.
We also learned that we have an absolutely beautiful army of supporters out there who genuinely want us to succeed. So we'll keep pushing ahead and we'll keep giving you reasons to believe in us. We can't show you perfection, but we can show you progress. I've been updating you guys every week for over 500 weeks and that will keep on keepin' on. Only soon you'll be updating US with feedback on actual playable builds of a game.
So thank you all. You'd think we'd be tempted to feel like failures for not raising the $75k. Quite the opposite. We feel more pumped and excited than we have in a long long time, thanks to you.
Please stay tuned. We'll be giving you stuff soon. And we'll be accepting you're support again soon. This has been an amazing, educational, and motivating four weeks. We're better than ever. And that's a shoot
Now if you'll excuse me. I'm going to walk away from this computer and spend some much needed time with my incredible wife and daughter who haven't seen much of me for the last few weeks.
I'll be talking with you again very very soon.
-Dave and the Pro Wrestling X crew
standing tap A weak strike tap B strong medium hold A+B strong strike tab B weak grapple attempt hold B strong grapple attempt
Y run towards opponent
Y+direction run towards ropes/turnbuckle
Y+towards turnbuckle: climb turnbuckle
Y+Towards ropes: enter/exit ring
X pick/drop weapon
Click Left analogue: taunt
When in grapple state
LB change grapple position
RB break grapple
Y(in grapple) irish whip
in weak front grapple tap A weak grapple move 1 tap B weak grapple move 2 hold A weak grapple move 3 hold B weak grapple move 4
in weak back grapple A weak grapple move 1 B weak grapple move 2 A+B weak grapple move 3
in strong front grapple tap A strong grapple move 1 tap B strong grapple move 2 hold A strong grapple move 3 hold B strong grapple move 4 A+B Special Move
in strong back grapple A strong grapple move 1 B strong grapple move 2 A+B Special move
Turnbuckle front grapple tap A grapple move 1 tap B grapple move 2 hold A grapple move 3 hold B grapple move 4 A+B grapple move 5
Turnbuckle back grapple A grapple move 1 B grapple move 2
when in doubt
Click Left analogue/ space bar
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