Neoseeker : News : WWE and Take-Two come to five-year exclusive deal, Yuke's set to develop WWE 2K14 for 2013
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HavenGuy Feb 22, 13
I just want a custom superstar story mode again.
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Munroe Feb 22, 13
Considering it's 2k, I hope and expect FREE Roster and attire updates. My Superstar is a must too.
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Gligar Feb 22, 13
Havent played any wwe games since SvR 2009 but did play my mates SvR 2011 for a few matches and must say that was horrendous . Expecting 2k14 to be good
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SkX Feb 22, 13
Bullshit, why Yukes, why not someone else

Great, looking forward to hearing the same soundbits from the announcers that were present in SVR 2007
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The Voiceless Feb 22, 13
Probably Yukes just to get themselves settled in. They don't really have as much time to go off of, and are likely just going to piggy-back THQ a bit, I think. They'll have to implement themselves though, at some point.

Another thing, there are probably die-hard THQ/Yuke's gaming fans out there. Not everyone is as accustomed to change as Neo.
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BlackLabel Feb 22, 13
quote SkX
Bullshit, why Yukes, why not someone else

Great, looking forward to hearing the same soundbits from the announcers that were present in SVR 2007
Probably because WWE '14 has been in development for near enough 6 months and ripping them off the project at this point wouldn't be worth it. Chances are 2K Sports will make WWE 2K15.
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Bri Feb 22, 13
It's a win-win really. The money already spent on development came out of THQ's coffers, not 2K sports, and it gives a chance for 2K to see what goes on behind the scenes.

The only losers here are us...but then again, no one is making us buy it. If they want to guinea-pig this shit on us, I'll wait until 2K15.
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Metallica Feb 22, 13
I hope we see 2K give us something THQ never could, yeah I understand it's Yukes that still made/are making WWE'14. But I would like them to keep everyone from WWE'13 on the next game.
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clevon peris Feb 22, 13
I hope they make the game available for ps2 as well
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Metallica Feb 23, 13
quote clevon peris
I hope they make the game available for ps2 as well
Doubt it, PS2 is considered a vintage console now and with pretty much the majority of people owning a PS3 or 360, there is no way they will be releasing WWE'14 for the Playstation 2. Bare in mind the PS4 has recently been announced and Sony will stop supporting that in 2 years time.
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Audiobank Feb 23, 13
Which means the games will continue to be unoriginal copy and paste jobs.
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BlackLabel Feb 24, 13
quote Audiobank
Which means the games will continue to be unoriginal copy and paste jobs.
Not necessarily. 2K Sports have a level of quality that they expect which is far higher than THQ. I mean Yukes made UFC Undisputed which was quite honestly one of the most accurate representations of the sport, I always had the opinion that THQ didn't want to change what wasn't broken as WWE was always a big seller for them. I think we'll see the game change now it's being published by a company that lacks any financial worries and can take risks.
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Yogurt Feb 24, 13
So we have one more game from Yukes, meh.
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Metallica Feb 24, 13
We may have Yukes still creating the games, but remember Take Two have taken over as publishers, so there is a chance they may put their foot down with what they want to see improved on. Either way you look at it, they will most likely take Yukes' current work and continue to build on it from there, maybe polishing up in their own way, I can't see them starting from scratch, but more polishing up and adding new idea's.
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