According to the Scotsman over at 411 (411mania.com), Adam Ryland is going to put out a new version of EWR, called EWR: The Last Battle. It looks like its another one of those massive updates that he tends to do, with tons of stuff added. However, this looks to be it for the EWR stuff for a while, once this does come out.
Note: I checked Adam Ryland's website (adamryland.co.uk), and while I didn't see anything there, that could just mean he isn't ready to make any announcments about this yet.
(edited by EddieBurkett on 5.3.03 2327) I apologize for being a Buffy/Angel mark.
EWR 3.0 Feature List, Part 1 (already coded, definitely in the release version)
130+ wrestler gimmicks Selectable finishes for "1 vs 1 vs 1" matches Selectable finishes for "1 vs 1 vs 1 vs 1" matches Belt names extended to 30 characters Event names extended to 30 characters Ability to rename belts during the game 9 new commentary "win by cheating" endings Stable interview Advanced search facility for Other Workers section EWR 2.0 to 3.0 data converter Improved Training Camp section Improved Feuds section Fixed all TV-related bugs Improved User screen (when you click on your name on the main screen) Additional "American" worker statistic - works in conjunction with gimmicks Additional "Menacing" worker statistic - works in conjunction with gimmicks Additional "Fonz Factor" (coolness) worker statistic - works in conjunction with gimmicks Moving wrestlers up and down the roster has been made more realistic Improved Database Maintenance to remove written contracts from unemployed workers "Ask Writers For Event Name Suggestions" feature "Ask Writers For Stable Name Suggestions" feature Changes to Sponsor screen to make it more useful, including search facility Minor aesthetic changes to most screens Several fixes to minor bugs
EWR 3.0 Feature List, Part 2 (not programmed yet, but scheduled to be)
80+ new angles, contributed by The Scotsman
Satire 03/03/03 (wienerboard.com) <- No kidding, right? Buffy 7.16 gets a 7.65372 Andrew is funny, but I'm not sure that we needed "The Andrew Episode".
Yeah, the core is normally $299. Even then I don't see it dropping to $199. They are not going for the same people the Wii is sorta. I think Sony and Microsoft are content to let the Wii be what it is and battle each other for top power gaming system....