Isaacs & Latimer Shock Villain Enterprises In NWA Tag Title Bout, RetroMania Wrestling Headed To Xbox One

RetroMania Wrestling Headed To Xbox One

Retrosoft Studios has announced their new game, RetroMania Wrestling, is now being released on Xbox One X, in addition to the previously confirmed releases for PC and Nintendo Switch.

The game features fast-paced arcade style play, with the current roster featuring Hawk and Animal of the Road Warriors, Tommy Dreamer, Colt Cabana, the bWo, Zack Sabre Jr. and Austin Idol. Gameplay modes include 2-8 player local multiplayer, and it will feature a number of gameplay options like singles and tag team bouts, and a Battle Royal. Each wrestler will feature over 700 frames of animation, multiple attires, ring entrances and more.

The game will be released in the first quarter of 2020; it is the ‘spiritual successor’ to the classic WrestleFest released in 1991. Visit RetrosoftStudios.com for more updates leading up to the game’s release. In honor of the game’s debut on Xbox One X, Retrosoft is giving away one of the consoles; more details will be announced soon.

Villain Enterprises vs. Isaacs & Latimer

The following video from the NWA features the Tag Team Championship match between Villain Enterprises and the new team of Royce Isaacs and Thom Latimer. Royce and Isaacs made a big run in the NWA Crockett Cup tournament in April, but fell short of taking home gold after losing to Villain Enterprises. This past weekend in Chicago, the big rematch took place, with Isaacs and Latimer finally getting the win they looked for months ago.

This long awaited rematch took place in Chicago, IL at the Ring Of Honor Wrestling event with NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis on commentary with Ian Ricabonni and Caprice Coleman.

The history of The NWA World Tag Team Titles stretches back to teams like The Andersons, Ricky Steamboat and Jay Youngblood, The Rock N Roll Express, The Midnight Express, The Road Warriors, Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson, and so many more legendary teams of the National Wrestling Alliance.

With so much on the line, the relatively unknown team of Royce Isaacs and Thom Latimer (fka Bram) walked into Chicago with a lot to prove.