TBCB Development Website
offers the release of Title Bout Championship Boxing 2013
version of this boxing simulation from P.I.S.D., who recently acquired the IP
from Out of the Park Productions. Purchasing the game includes two licenses for
those with an opponent in mind, and a 50% discount is offered to owners of a
previous version of the game. Mobile versions are also in the works for a future
release. Here's word on the game:
P.I.S.D. Ltd. today announced the
release of its boxing simulation, Title Bout Championship Boxing (TBCB) 2013.
The game features thousands of real boxers, with the ability to re-stage classic
bouts or create "What if?" scenarios, such as pitting Sugar Ray Robinson against
Marvin Hagler. TBCB can even be used to forecast upcoming fights.
P.I.S.D. co-founder Paul Norman said: "I am thrilled to see the release of Title
Bout Championship Boxing 2013. The game has been a labour of love for me, and I
know boxing fans everywhere are excited about it. Whether players want to
recreate the early days of boxing or see how modern day matches might end
differently, TBCB 2013 offers something for everyone."
Title Bout Championship Boxing also features Top Ten lists, complete statistics,
revised and multiple ranking systems, full editing capabilities, and much more.
Trainers, corner men, and referees are all part of the simulation, adding an
extra dimension of realism.
Title Bout Championship Boxing 2013 adds many new features, including: enhanced
radio-style commentary; more realistic crowd noises; pseudo-animated fighters
who throw punches, clinch, and get knocked down; ring girls who parade between
rounds; organisational rankings; the ability to import multiple images of each
fighter, as well as pictures of famous boxing venues; a revamped auto-scheduling
tool; and much more.