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- Features The Rock
- Predator Technology 3.0 – Experience the smoothest, most authentic and engaging WWE gameplay to date, including all-new player navigation, an improved reversal system, catapult finishers, new OMG moments and hundreds of new moves
- Creation Suite – Explore the franchise’s renowned creation and customization tools to develop Superstars, entrances, arenas, finishing moves and much more
- Universe Mode – Control the virtual WWE experience from a career-driven point of view, with individual decisions dynamically affecting alliances, rivalries, matches and unpredictable moments along the path toward WWE Championship glory
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2K Sports' line-up of premier simulation titles expands with the company's first release in the flagship WWE videogame franchise, WWE 2K14. The most electrifying, authentic and comprehensive WWE video game experience to date.
30 YEARS OF WRESTLEMANIA. ..ONE EPIC GAME.
Relive the greatest matches and moments from three decades of the greatest spectacle in all of entertainment. Play through more than 45 prolific matches in an unprecedented single-player campaign celebrating 30 years of WrestleMania. Complete objectives to unlock playable characters, additional gear, historical WWE footage, and bonus content on the road to immortality.
BEST. ROSTER. EVER.
Compete with the single greatest WWE roster ever assembled, including WWE Legends and present-day Superstars and Divas, such as The Rock, John Cena, Undertaker, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, Ryback and Dolph Ziggler.
Break Undertaker’s undefeated WrestleMania record or defend his legacy in an all-new Streak Mode. Upload results online and compare your dominance with others in the WWE Universe!
PREDATOR TECHNOLOGY 3. 0
Experience the smoothest, most authentic and engaging WWE gameplay to date, including all-new player navigation, an improved reversal system, catapult finishers, new OMG moments and hundreds of new moves.
Explore the franchise’s renowned creation and customization tools to develop Superstars, entrances, arenas, finishing moves and much more. New Superstar Heads allows the user to fully customize select WWE Superstars’ body and attire.
Control the virtual WWE experience from a career-driven point of view, with individual decisions dynamically affecting alliances, rivalries, matches and unpredictable moments along the path toward WWE Championship glory.
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If you love playing offline, the A.I. is more than good enough to hold you over this year. I've found myself close to throwing my remote because the A.I. was just completely owning me (I also tweaked my settings, but the default settings will still be a challenge).
Every move gets reverse into a different move to cut down on reversing fests. For example, if you get me into a rear waist lock and I reverse your attempted grapple, it'll either get reverse into a spinning belly to belly suplex, snapmare or something else instead of me just getting behind you or transitioning into another position.
It's such a small feature, but really cool. Each character has their own unique movements. I was playing as Kane one match and he would randomly flick his hair back, adjust his wrist band, gauntlet (Retro Kane), or even mess with his glove. It's a pretty neat feature and gives each wrestler their own uniqueness. On top of that, the wrestlers wrestle like their real life counterparts (e.g. Undertaker throws a ton of strikes, more technical wrestlers reverse a lot more and almost attack you nonstop).
Strikes are faster and harder to reverse (revering this year isn't as easy as earlier titles anyway). Pretty straight forward. I believe bigger guys swing slower.
Tons of new moves, even without the DLC.
Universe Mode is upgraded like crazy. You can view rivalries, set them and delete them. It kinda works like the rivalry system did in GM Mode in the previous installments, but not as deep. You can also set a certain attire to be used as a default attire or even set it to random to get a random attire each week/match.
30 Years of WrestleMania mode is fun. I wasn't born during the Golden Age/HulkaMania era, so the nostalgia factor didn't really hit me too much until I got to the Ruthless Aggression era, but the mode is pretty much a recap of some of the biggest WM matches from 1-29. It also has every single WM arena - even a fantasy version of 30.
Superstar heads. Yep - you can use some superstar heads and even set them to be used as alternate attires for their in-game model. I haven't really explored the creation suite, so I can't really go into detail about it.
Custom Creations. You can preview creations before you download them and after you download them, it doesn't set you back to the main page like '13 did.
I've only had the game for a few days now, so if I discover anything else, I will update my review.
Presentation values are awesome as entrances and motions are recreated to a "T" for the old school wrestlers. I do have to say that the game engine is showing it's age and the gameplay, itself, could use some more drastic tweaks. Still, it is better than WWE 13. I would say this is the best version of this game in years. The legends roster is fantastic (with only Roddy Piper missing) and even the NWO finally has a significant presence in the game.
The creation modes are robust but a little clunky and there are some strange omissions for create an entrance. They have moves for some legends but not their entrance animations and vice versa...just silly.
Overall, if you have WWE13, I would wait till this drops to $30 and grab it as it is well worth the upgrade.