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Submitted by liban-ali 385d ago | interview

WWE 2K14 Interview - Senior Gameplay Designer Bryan Williams

Liban Ali had the opportunity to speak with Senior Gameplay Designer on WWE 2K14, Bryan Williams on the latest game in the series. We look at the transition from THQ to 2K, new features and the possibilities with next gen. (PS3, WWE 2K14, Xbox 360)

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uppetamm65   385d ago | Spam
roadkillers  +   385d ago
One step forward, Two steps back
**** you guys, I bought the PSN version and it didn't have the Online Pass with it. Online is laggy as ****! Payed $69.99 for this game mildly upset.

Keep the current history modes along with the create a character and get rid of everything else and redo the damn game. The lack of match variety is incredible. High hopes for WWE 2k15 next-gen.

Hell, just do Wrestling Empire (PC game) with current graphics. Let us walk to the ring and interact with the crowd, let us attack someone during promos, let us start as a nobody before becoming a somebody. Wrestling has unlimited possibilities, so why are the games so limiting?

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