Summary: Love this game. I am returning to the wrestling video game scene after a 12 year hiatus. This was the best one I have ever played & is so packed with stuff that I won't have to buy another one until they top it.
The best, most complete wrestling game ever...better than 2K15 by leaps and bounds.
Baby J, Amazon
20 February 2015
Summary: Since the early 80's as a 7 year old I have loved pro wrestling (I know Vince McMahon prefers "sports entertainment" but it'll always be wrestling to me). I have also been a fan of wrestling video games too, the classic blackbox NES game "Pro Wrestling" being the first wrestling game I had.
Summary: I would like to give this game more than three stars, but I just can't do it. Just about every match you will ever play in this game breaks down to whether you can press the R1 button at the right time or not.
Summary: I like it. Still play it. Fun with online access so you can download all the creations others made. And Most are pretty accurate. But once I started playing universe mode, the replay value went down. No cut scenes, no real challenge.
Summary: After I finally figured out how to work settings(since apparently 2k14 thought it was ok to set my game starting at hard: Idk if anybody else encountered this), I'm enjoying the game. A little repetitive sure, but it can get addictive if you find the right groove.
Summary: A must buy!!! Legends of wrestling meets Smackdown VS Raw and 2k series. Updated roster, doesn't have everyone new but perfect roster. Could of have more realism in the game. Like come on, how can a ton of people lift up Big Show, The Great Khali, and Andre The Giant like nothing.