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Submitted by KennyCruzDixon 932d ago | opinion piece

How Take-Two can take WWE to the main event

A few weeks back developer Take-Two Interactive had acquired the rights to the WWE gaming franchise after THQ filed for bankruptcy and auctioned off all of its assets. I have some suggestions for Take-Two that will take WWE to the next level. (PS3, Take-Two, WWE '14, Xbox 360)

NYC_Gamer  +   932d ago
I doubt much will change since T2 signed Yukes to remain as the developer
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DeadlyFire  +   932d ago
Could just be to finish off the year though. As WWE 14 would have to be scrapped completely if they assigned another studio to work on it at this point.

The direction of the series could showcase a drastic shift in the game either way at this point in the development.

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