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Cast

Credited cast:
Ariane Andrew ... Cameron (voice)
Joe Anoa'i ... Roman Reigns (voice)
Steve Austin ... 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin (voice)
Miroslav Barnyashev ... Rusev (voice)
Dave Bautista ... Batista (voice)
Brie Bella ... Brie Bella (voice)
Nikki Bella ... Nikki Bella (voice)
Stu Bennett ... Bad News Barrett (voice)
Bam Bam Bigelow ... Bam Bam Bigelow (archive footage)
Steve Borden ... Sting (voice)
Thaddeus Bullard ... Titus O'Neil (voice)
Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker (voice)
Anthony Carelli ... Santino Marella (voice)
Claudio Castagnoli ... Cesaro (voice)
John Cena ... John Cena (voice)
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WWE fighting game where you can punch, kick, wrestle and do special moves.

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Country:

USA | Japan

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 October 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

WWE 2k15 See more »

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First wrestling game to have a 2K showcase See more »

Connections

Features WWE Raw: Episode #20.29 (2012) See more »

Soundtracks

Wild Ones (WWE Version)
Performed by Flo Rida featuring Sia
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Can be very enjoyable with the right mind-set.
16 November 2017 | by OlicosmicSee all my reviews

When it comes to disappointing WWE games, this is definitely no exception, as a lot of things in this game are a complete downgrade from WWE 2K14. But, at the same time, this game does bring a lot of great things to the table that ALMOST makes this game a proper and worthy update, even if it does fall short on some important things. Not to say this is a bad game, as its pros make it far from it. But, compared to WWE 2K14, it can be really hard to like this game more than that game. Before I get into the cons in this game, I'll go into the pros. One being the new My Career mode. In my opinion, for it being the 1st version of it, it's actually really awesome. Sure, it's not anything amazing, but it's definitely a great addition that is needed. Another being the amazing visuals and better gameplay. For a game that is the first in the series to be on the next hen consoles, this game does a splendid job of upgrading the visuals and the gameplay. The visuals look absolutely amazing compared to this games predecessors and the gameplay is much more realistic and overall, more fun to play. Another being the fantastic story modes. While they may not have as deep of a history as WWE 2K14's 30 Years Of WrestleMania, they are definitely worth a play through, as not only are they very fun, but also nostalgic. These story modes are known as 2K showcase, in which you can play through 2 famous rivalries. One being the Triple H and Shawn Michaels rivalry that lasted from 2002-2004 and the other being the John Cena and CM Punk rivalry that kicked off the modern reality era in 2011. This is probably one of the absolute best story modes I've ever played in a WWE game and I was very impressed with it. Another pro of this game is the vastly upgraded WWE Universe mode, which now has a lot more cutscenes and now has a lot of story options, on top of having less loading times than previous games with this mode. This game definitely has the better WWE Universe mode compared to its predecessor. The soundtrack in this game isn't half-bad either. While there isn't as much Metal/Punk Rock music I was hoping for, it's still decent and fits very well with the look and feel of this game. All in all, this game has a lot of greatness in it. But, there's also a lot of disappointments in this game as well. One being the lack of 80-90% of the Creation Suite, as the only things you can create are male superstars, entrances, superstars attires, and move sets. That is it. Absolutely nothing else. While the ability to create completely different attires for Wrestlers is a great addition, it's nothing compared to what we've lost, as there is no create a diva, no create an arena, no create a story, no create a special move, no create a video, and no create a championship. All this makes for an extremely disappointing game that feels like a complete downgrade from 2K14. This also takes away what could've been countless hours of letting the players minds run wild, which really sucks. On top of the fact that there are only 25 created superstar slots that can also get used up by a created attire for a wrestler already in the game does add a bit of insult to injury. Overall, when it comes to the creation suite, this might be the worst WWE game in that regard. All that alone may make this game not as good of an experience as one would get from a previous game. I understand that it can be hard to include features when you're making a next gen console switch, but at the same time, I feel like some of these issues should have been fixed before its release. Another flaw in this game is the lackluster roster, as it's lacking in both quantity and quality. Compared to the roster from WWE 2K14, this games roster is small and has a lot less to choose from, which is also pretty disappointing. Aside from these flaws, this game offers a lot of replay value and can be very fun, but at the same time, this game offers very little creativity and not as big of a roster we were hoping for that can leave a lot of people, including myself, disappointed. However, I still had some fun with this game, and I think the pros somewhat outweigh the cons, as this game is still pretty good, despite its flaws. I think this game can be very enjoyable with the right mind-set.

7/10

Pros: Great Story Modes, Better WWE Universe mode, My Career mode, Decent Soundtrack, Great Visuals, Better Gameplay

Cons: 80-90% of Creation Suite non-existent, Disappointing Roster


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