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WWE 2K14 Review - The Digital Fix

Since the collapse of THQ the WWE brand has changed hands to 2K, although the traditional developers have remained. The game exists as a strange mishmash of the two publishers, featuring the brand identity of 2K’s sports titles but with none of the polish seen in games like NBA 2K14. That’s not to say it looks awful - each wrestler is visually identifiable, if skewing towards something that wouldn’t be out of place in a waxwork museum. As a potted history of Wrestlemania the game is a nostalgic trip back to the beginning for die-hard fans while also accommodating clueless newcomers who don’t know their Brett Harts from their People’s Elbows.

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