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WWE fighting game where you can punch, kick, wrestle and do special moves.

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Credited cast:
... Cameron (voice)
... Roman Reigns (voice)
... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin (voice)
... Rusev (voice)
... Batista (voice)
... Brie Bella (voice)
... Nikki Bella (voice)
... Bad News Barrett (voice)
Scott Bigelow ... Bam Bam Bigelow (archive footage)
... Sting (voice)
... Titus O'Neil (voice)
... The Undertaker (voice)
... Santino Marella (voice)
... Cesaro (voice)
... John Cena (voice)


WWE fighting game where you can punch, kick, wrestle and do special moves.

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Performed by John Smith (as Big Smo) featuring Alexander King
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Needs more creativity.
27 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

Yet again there is nothing new added to the create a wrestler feature. The same outfits, masks, hair etc. There are very little legends in the game unlike 2k14. The normal matches still remain with nothing special. As a campaign you have two average rivalries; John Cena vs Cm Punk and Shawn Michaels vs Triple H. These do not take long to complete. You have a few NXT matches to complete also and that's about it. There is no defeat the streak in this game; even though the streak is over that feature still should have been included. There is very little to do as in campaign play. In 2k14 you had the attitude era and ruthless aggression as well as a defeat the streak mode. There definitely needs to be more match types. It would be amazing to have buried alive matches back in WWE games, stretcher matches, casket matches, ambulance matches and lumberjack matches in the game. There is a limited choice of match types. There has been very little effort being put into parking lot brawl matches as usual. The parking lot brawl areas the same as in WWE 13 and WWE 14. These areas are terrible. I think that you should have the ability to enter the crowd and brawl as in WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2008. I think that WWE should include the histories of WCW and ECW in the future.(But that's just my opinion). To sum it all up, its creativity level is currently at around 30%. The worst WWE game that I've played yet.

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