Miguel Moran

For years now, the silly and arcade-y spirit of professional wrestling games has been reduced to a faint fart on the wind. 2K has made a name for itself by delivering yearly, hyper-realistic takes on the world of WWE that have only floundered more and more each year. This year, though, 2K is taking a step back from its regular line of sports-entertainment simulation games. With long-time developer Yukes leaving to pursue other games, 2K has had to go back to the drawing board and figure out their next move for the WWE franchise. The answer? WWE 2K Battlegrounds, an […]

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