Prepare your wallets: Pro Wrestling X was greenlit on Steam

A few weeks ago I was here talking about the odyssey that was Pro Wrestling X, which just had a successful campaign on Kickstarter to help bring the game up to snuff for a summer launch. The big goal, of course, was to get Pro Wrestling X on Steam through Early Access and to bring the game into the public eye after they’ve completely tore it apart and put it together in a new form. No doubt that the game looks super promising now that they’ve completely overhauled the engine and animations as well as bringing on new staffers.

This all led to today when the Pro Wrestling X team announced via their Facebook that they have gotten the email from Steam, that Pro Wrestling X has been Greenlit for inclusion on the Steam platform. It might not seem like a huge deal, but when you consider that Steam is by far the largest platform for game distribution on the PC with millions of active users, you begin to understand why Steam was such a huge goal to reach. Pro Wrestling X has made a lot of friends and supporters over the years, but none of that can match Steam’s reach and platform, especially with Steam making a big push for the Steam Machines and Big Picture mode this year.

As a dude who has purchased a few N64s in the past specifically to play Virtual Pro Wrestling 2 and who has found that emulators on phones work really well and make for more fun than most crappy smartphone games, this is really rad.

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Published on March 20, 2014 at 2:20 am
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