"Breaking The Rules" is a third-person action/fighting game. Game is mainly played as a brawl, ( but can also be played in the classic 1 vs 1 mode ). Fights can happen local ( up to 4 players on the same machine ) or multiplayer up to 12 players. The game is 100% physic based, one still standing, and totally fallen in 8 of the most beautiful locations in the city of Rome faithfully reproduced.

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Introducing Pete, the shemale wrestler. You can play with Pete In the BTR tournament from June. Preorder NOW and support indie development!

Posted by TheBTRStudios on May 21st, 2011


A professional wrestler who became a celebrity in the early 2000. He is now past his prime and works in european clubs as PR. Originally labeled as gay, due to his gender atypical appearance and sexual relations with men, Pete is reportedly bisexual and was married for 2 years. He is known for his ever-changing appearance, which he freely admits has been greatly modified by cosmetic surgery.

You can play with pete in the BTR tournament from June.

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TheUnabridgedGamer May 21 2011 says:

..I'm disturbed, frankly.

I'm still looking forward to this game...

but really guys?

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aerozol May 22 2011 replied:

Disturbed why?
Do you have a problem with transsexuals? Pretty bold putting your insecurities out there like that.

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medve May 22 2011 replied:

yeah we actually have. we are all mentally healthy.

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TheUnabridgedGamer May 22 2011 replied:

Also, I don't believe the discussion isn't on my beliefs about transexuality (I have no place to judge anyone. That is clear as day). However, that does not mean I cannot dislike the character (I'm being honest. it looks just strange). Don't try to peg me as judgmental because I don't like yet another freakish fighting game model (I repeat: Hawkfield in Virtua 5. Seriously, is that ponytail of his made of fruit roll-ups?

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aerozol May 23 2011 replied:

If you were criticizing the game model, you should have mentioned it in your post. Without that information, it's open to interpretation.

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Daystranger May 22 2011 replied:

Cheap publicity.
More scandal stuff, more "free" news about the game.

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TheUnabridgedGamer May 22 2011 replied:

That's the only thing I can say to explain this. -Day

Frankly I also just dislike the character design. Every character up until now made sense to me... this one seems just made to be weird, like Hawkfield in Virtua Fighter 5, or Voldo in Soul Calibur... (so I frankly have trouble seeing this as a break in stereotype)

Now I'm gonna be worried they'll stick a character like Ivy in there now to.

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TheLegendaryGeneral May 21 2011 says:

OK.............WHATS NEXT?

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Death_Octimus May 22 2011 says:

the more you think about it the more it makes sense!

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cinco May 22 2011 says:

like i said, this game is making extensive headway in terms of bad taste.

i made a quip awhile back in the form of a mock critic quote: "breaking the rules of good taste" but that got buried quick.

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RabbitFreak May 22 2011 says:

Well this game is "breaking the rules" also against common videogame stereotypes... Nice one guys!

P.s.: Preordered!

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Elementalist May 22 2011 says:

I preordered awhile ago and I'm still looking forward to it. I find this character a little weird, sure, but c'mon, look at almost any fighting game and there's some downright freakish things that are worse.

Besides, now you know which character you're going to teabag with and humiliate people further, right?

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PrussianSoldier May 22 2011 says:

well i can wait to be the **** out of him/her lol

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SteveZombie May 22 2011 says:

So basically what we're looking at here is Poison from Final Fight.

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CaptainLagfail Jul 29 2011 says:

Any particular reason you guys are using the highly offensive term 'shemale'?

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Breaking The Rules
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Released Jun 2011
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