Ryan Wombold writes: As the first WWE title to fall under the 2k banner, you would be forgiven for thinking that WWE 2K14 would mark a radical departure from the norm for the series. Do a little digging though, and you’ll find that while the publisher may have changed, and the title may have changed, Yukes is still the horsepower behind bringing the WWE to (virtual) life. In some ways that’s a good thing. Their trademark suite of incredible customization options is still present and expanded beyond any past option. In other ways, though, WWE 2K14 makes it increasingly clear that for the WWE franchise to take the next step toward greatness, it may be time for another developer to try their hand.