Wrestling game with WWE wrestlers getting making their way to the top of the WWE world.
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Wrestling game with WWE wrestlers getting making their way to the top of the WWE world.

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10 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This being the first game that 2K has done since they gain the rights to produce and make World Wrestling Entertainment Video Games many had to wonder how it would feel to play a WWE game not released by THQ well now is the time to know the truth.

WWE 2K14 is the sequel to WWE 13 which contain it own special mode the Attitude Era mode.

Now with the sequel we are giving a new mode 30 years of Wrestlemania where you go back in time to relive and play all the matches from that made Wrestlemania as big as it is today.

The game is full with close to 60 WWE Superstars that is counting the Downloadable Content where you can gain more.

A big issues is that it has more of the same wrestler what I mean by that is you got three or four of the same like Two John Cenas, Two Rocks, Two Big Shows, Three Hulk Hogans so on it gets annoying to have to look through the character select screen just to find one wrestler without seeing the copy cats.

The game play remains the same as WWE 12 and 13 so veterans of those games should feel right in with the game style of play.

The graphics are just as good as the last ones where it gives you the feel of seeing the WWE on television also the camera effects make it feel real. Also when you play the 30 years of Wrestlemania mode the screen looks like it would when you watched it back in the day.

The controls remain the same so it is not that hard to play and the audio is very good with the theme songs and music for each wrestler sounding great.

The game has very many match types so you can find hours of game play to be had.

Overall if you are a fan of this series go ahead and pick up this game.

I give WWE 2K14 an 8 out of 10


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