The console version of RetroMania Wrestling is running just a bit behind schedule. While the PC version of the game will release on time on February 26, console players will have to wait a bit longer to pile drive opponents into the ground.
Developer Retrosoft Studio released a statement letting fans know that RetroMania Wrestling has not yet completed the certification process on consoles, and therefore will take a bit longer to be approved. The game is very much an old-school wrestling game that is designed to remind players of some of the best wrestling games of old.
Retrosoft Studio is not expecting the wait to be any longer than an additional two weeks. The trailer for RetroMania Wrestling that was released just a few weeks ago did a great job to build hype leading up to the launch of the game. Of course, an announcement like this is a bit disappointing, but the game should arrive fairly soon on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
For those who pre-ordered and or are looking to play the game on Steam, RetroMania Wrestling will still be ready later this week on February 26. Additionally, a physical limited-run version of the game was also made available and that version is still being shipped this week as well. So only those who want to purchase (or who have pre-ordered) the game digitally on console are impacted. This anticipated retro game is still coming, but the wait is just a bit longer than originally anticipated.
PGA TOUR 2K21 has arrived, and the golfing simulator from 2K and HB Studios brings the sport back to consoles with a splash. Filled with a unique Course Designer, a deep single-player, and tons of multiplayer options, PGA TOUR 2K21 is a pretty good game that should bring joy to golf fans. One of those fans is none other than WWE superstar Michael "The Miz" Mizanin.
The pairing of a professional wrestler and the tranquil sport of golf may seem odd at first, but 2K teamed up with the one-time reality TV star to promote PGA TOUR 2K21. Game Rant was able to sit down with him where we discussed his love for the sport, his favorite aspects about the game, and even some pretty great stories about playing golf with Robert Gronkowski.
So my parents got a divorce when I was in fifth grade, and my dad was trying to find something to connect with me. I was involved in every sport, baseball, basketball, but he wanted to find something that he and I could do together. Gold ended up being it. So every weekend, every Sunday, I would look forward to it. My dad would pick me up and we would go to a golf course with my uncle and cousin. My dad and I would challenge my cousin and uncle, and whoever lost would have to pay for dinner. It was a fun time, I love golf. I can't even remember a time that I wasn't golfing, yet you'd think after all these years I would be better.
Golf is one of those things that if you don't play every day, you will lose your swing. Even if you do play every day you will still lose your swing. You are always working on it. Honestly, a lot of people spend time on Instagram looking at cars or houses or their friends, but I spend it looking at golfers. I spent 20 minutes the other day watching Justin Thomas do a putting routine. A one minute video, I watched 45 times. I wanted to see what he was doing with his putting that was so different than anyone else. That's what I do.