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Boxing Manager: New Screenshots Show Off Realistic 3D Bouts

Hamburg, Germany: January 9, 2007 - With the Boxing Manager from dtp entertainment and Proline, gamers gain an inside look at the sport and business of boxing. The comprehensive management sim invites both beginners and advanced gamers into the whole world of professional boxing - promotion, management, training, and fighting. Three new screens from the current build of the game show off the realistic 3D fights.

Starting out with a small stable and just a single unknown fighter, players will be able to train and manage up to 20 fighters at the same time, as they aim for the championship titles in 3 federations and across several weight classes.

With the help of the in-game editor, players create their own champions, as they determine the individual looks, strengths and weaknesses of their prize fighters. They assemble the staff of trainers and personnel, hire up-and-coming fighters and set up new bouts - always with an eye on the financial side. The clear layout of the menus helps navigate the many details and realistic options, as players supervise training, determine the strategy for upcoming fights, scout for new boxers, as well as plan and promote their own live events.

The bouts are presented in spectacular 3D - authentic, motion-captured animations guarantee for realistic boxing atmosphere. Between rounds, players adjust their boxers' strategy and make the tactical decisions that will determine the outcome of a fight. The experience gained in each bout is used to level up the boxers - new talents and skills will be sure to keep gamers playing for a long time.

The Boxing Manager is being developed by Proline Software for dtp entertainment and is set to be released in February 2007 in German-speaking territories, with international territories to follow.

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