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Submitted by buckley 457d ago | review

Reliving the past has never been more fun — WWE 2K14 [Gaming Trend]

Jay Malone: "WWE 2K14 still features some unfortunate issues, but those can be easily ignored as the 30 Years of WrestleMania mode soars past every possible expectation you may have. Yukes does an immaculate job of recreating the best years of wrestling and littering in a few hidden Easter eggs that wrestling nerds, like myself, will squeak in glee over. It’s clear the publisher turnover did not hurt the development whatsoever as WWE 2K14 is one annualized franchise that does not disappoint." (PS3, WWE 2K14) 80/100

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