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Game Description:Now the action never has to stop as Total Nonstop Action Wrestling comes into your living room with this game based on TNA Impact! Step into TNA's trademark six-sided ring and get ready to experience all the bone-crushing wrestling action seen each week on the popular TV show. Choose your warrior from a roster of more than 20 top TNA stars, including Kurt Angle, A.J. Styles, Jeff Jarrett, Christopher Daniels, Rhino, and Christian Cage. But if you'd rather carve out your own legacy, you can create your own wrestler with a custom look and customized moves to match.
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