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P.A.D. TNA Impact: Crossing The Line

5:00 PM on 01.11.2010 // Jon Carnage

This week's Public Access Destructoid we have a very special show! I was cent to Orlando Florida to check out TNA's most newist game incardnation! TNA Cross the Line! I even got a chance to meet some swell guys who taught me a thing or three about TNA!

Before attending Bulgarian Community College of Journalism -- I almost had a career in Pro Wrestling, so it came as no suprise that TNA would invite me to their Impacted studios in Orlando Fla to check out this new ISP-PSP Game TNA Impact: Crossing the Line. TNA has been around for almost 30 years as a top wrestling company, and on the side grow their own organic fruits and vegetables which they toss out to the crowed during intermissionairy. 

Asfar as the PSP game goes its an exact port of their PS2 title TNA Impact! Just how does a company like Midway still make games I'll never know! But I do know that TNA feels good, it even play's great when I am not rubbing it on my body in between loading screens!  As I played this awesomeness game I thought that a spring release would be nice, and guess what? I was right. Expect a spicy spring roll release. Oh, and all you Nintendo Dual Screenie's, no fear a DSi version is in the works!


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