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Wrestling Gamers Are the Lost Children of Gaming

"So there is still a lot of hype and speculation swirling around in response to the WWE license moving from THQ and Yukes to Take-Two and 2k Games with still no word from 2k on the acquisition and no real clue how the WWE license will move forward." | Explosion.com

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0pie1277d ago ImmatureShowReplies(2)
Kratoscar20081277d ago

Hopefully Take Two will take wrestling to the next level.

nevin11277d ago

Its really a shame how wrestling and sports(My fav genres) didnt improved this gen.

dvewlsh1276d ago

I think what it is going to take is someone on the staff that really loves wrestling and is passionate about it.

THQ didn't have that and it showed.

FragMnTagM1276d ago

In the past yes, but what they did with WWE13 is pretty decent. I expected more, sure, but I am content with what they produced.

My little guy plays the hell out of it, when he is not playing Minecraft, Halo, or Black Ops 2.

nevin11277d ago

I advised 2K to take a look at Here Comes The Pain.

And for the 3DS/Vita, I can see a WCW/NWO Revenge/No Mercy style being a perfect fit for handhelds.

KnightRobby1276d ago

Anyone remember Def Jam: Fight For New York? It is still to this day one of my favorite games. And I listen to only some rap. It is just such a shame they did what they did with Def Jam: ICON.

ShadowKingx1276d ago

Lost gamers, yeah right. THQ was on the right road with WWE 13 and actually listened to fans. Now even though THQ should have listened before does not escape the fact that WWE 13 was by far the best wrestling put out by THQ in the last 5 years. i think the lost gamers is anyone who plays the nascar games, i mean who can sit there and go in circles all day long.