Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the
Neighborhood – Is bearing gifts…gifts with purchase that is
If giving you a flaming table to put your
best friends a$$ through isn’t enough, we at Eidos want to sweeten the Backyard
Wrestling 2: There goes the Neighborhood deal even more. Today we come bearing
gifts….gifts with purchase that is. Whether you pre-order your copy of BYW2
through EB or GameStop, or just walk into Best Buy and pick it up off the
shelf….either way, you’re going to win. Check below for a breakdown of that
“something special” to expect when you get your copy of BYW2 in just a couple
weeks. Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood officially ships to
retail on November 16th 2004 across North America for PS2 & Xbox.
Backyard Wrestling 2: Collector’s DVD is a
PRE-ORDER incentive at EB and Gamestop. The BYW2 Collector’s DVD includes an
exclusive look behind the scenes at the making of Backyard Wrestling, exclusive
footage featuring the lovely Tera Patrick and interviews with the stars of the
game: Insane Clown Posse, Tylene Buck, The Masked Horndog, Sonjay Dutt and
Messiah. It also offers up an extensive, in-depth interview with the Lead
Designer of the game and music videos from Stampin’ Ground, Shadows Fall, and
Insane Clown Posse.
Best Buy-Music and Mayhem 2 DVD
If you purchase Backyard Wrestling 2 at BEST
BUY, you’ll receive a special edition of the game that comes packed with a DVD
that is bursting at the seams with exclusive goodness:
It includes a never before seen Backyard
Wrestling “Making of” segment, interviews with the stars of the game: Andrew W.K.,
Babes Tylene Buck & Sunrise Adams, New Jack, Mad Man Pondo, Sick Nick Mondo and
Luke Hadley. It also has an in-depth interview with Kevin Gill and features
music videos from Shadows Fall, Andrew W.K., Clutch, Lamb of God, No Redeeming
Social Value and Mudvayne.
Also included are exclusive matches… Vic
Grimes vs. Messiah with a surprise ambush from Sick Nick Mondo, plus the wicked
clowns, Insane Clown Posse vs. Psycho Surgeons in a bloody, “tables, ladders and
chairs death-match extravaganza. Can you ask for more?