Alex from GamersFTW writes: “...in October, WWE 2K16 will hit shelves and it’s been over a decade since I last played a wrestling game.”
These are really fun games to play and if this one has the same feature as the last where you can play through show story lines it will be great.
Don't see why these games are even noteworthy aside from the big WWE big brand. There not many games more clunky and slow than this franchise.
I can remember wrestling games that were so good.making a wrestler who's 'finisher' was the chop or the big boot. Could never ko anyone like that
I really wish these games would go back to the smackdown v raw days! Great gameplay, but it's just become another conveyer belt of sports games. Big WWE fan but not of the games sadly :(
Yeah, I’m not really sure how these games make me feel. You’re kind of right about the nature of conveyer belt sports games though...
My first wrestling game was WWF SmackDown! on PS1 and I really enjoyed it. Went on to guy SmackDown 2. My created wrestler was some weird punk zebra guy who was a wannabe Hardy Boy. Kinda went off wrestling games as I grew up though which is a shame. Might try a new wrestling game one day!
Sean Devlin - the Irish ginger nutter who's special just kicked people into submission - was my character of choice back on Wrestlemania 2000. What a classic game! He would have taken your Liam Neeson monk to the cleaners....
That sounds like fighting talk to me! Haha!
Never actually tried a Wrestling game before. If I looked into them now I'd have no idea where to start!
Begin by creating the wackiest character you can possibly imagine, and then just lay the smackdown!
Aha, I meant a specific game but I shall make note to create a monstrosity and release my wrath upon others. xD
Liam Neeson: Battle Monk. That's a movie right there. P.S. Not a bad feature image either haha
I guess it’s a good feature image, I can’t say I paid much attention..........
Bring back SMACKDOWN!!1
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