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WWE 2K14 is the first time a WWE game has released under a different publisher. 2K Sports picked up the franchise following the bankruptcy of THQ, the series former publisher. The hope for wrestling fans is that this new partnership will result in better produced games because under THQ it seemed the series was simply coasting along each year. This game adds to everything that was already there, making it better and the new “30 Years of WrestleMania” mode is a major addition. By and large, WWE 2...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Despite its flaws, WWE 2K14 is arguably the best wrestling game in a decade.On the surface, 2K14 is merely a roster update to THQ's WWE '13. Even with improved gameplay, the engine is largely the same as its predecessor despite a change in publisher. Returning developer Yuke's delivers the same familiar system as the past few games -- which means, if you weren't a fan of the past few iterations of THQ's grappler, 2K Sports' first release won't change your mind.However, those who enjoyed previous...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
It might have a new name, but there's a lot that feels familiar about WWE 2K14, something that won't come as a shock for those familiar with this long standing wrestling franchise. While publisher 2K games might have purchased the rights to the WWE wrestling games after THQ's collapse, it's still long-time developer Yukes at the helm. However with 2K now involved, fans were hopeful they might be able to sprinkle some of the magic that has made their NBA basketball games so beloved by fans of the...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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