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The 19th installment in the WWE game series, featuring over 200 WWE superstars, a retooled Royal Rumble match, thousands of new moves and animations, and more.

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Colby Lopez ... Seth Rollins (voice)
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Kurt Angle ... Kurt Angle (voice)
Joe Anoa'i ... Roman Reigns (voice)
Steve Austin ... Stone Cold Steve Austin / Stunning Steve Austin (voice)
Miroslav Barnyashev ... Rusev (voice)
Dave Bautista ... Batista (voice)
Steve Borden ... Sting (voice)
Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker (voice)
Claudio Castagnoli ... Cesaro (voice)
John Cena ... John Cena (voice)
Adam Copeland ... Edge (voice)
Bryan Danielson ... Daniel Bryan (voice)
Fergal Devitt ... Finn Bálor (voice)
Yuvraj Dhesi ... Jinder Mahal (voice)
Ettore Ewen ... Big E (voice)
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The 19th installment in the WWE game series, featuring over 200 WWE superstars, a retooled Royal Rumble match, thousands of new moves and animations, and more.

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17 October 2017 (Netherlands) See more »

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A good game that's nothing all that special
13 November 2018 | by OlicosmicSee all my reviews

This is my review for WWE 2K18 on the PS4:

Usually, each entry in the WWE 2K series wows me with at least a couple of things. But, the step up is so small this time around, that I can't help but feel a little disappointed. The things this game knocked it out of the park are the new amazing visuals, the amazing creation suite, the ability to carry/throw your opponent, and the amazing roster. And while that all sounds well and good, that's really all there is to it when it comes to new and improved stuff. The My Career mode isn't that good. While it is nice to be able to interact with the backstage as opposed to going through a timeline like previous games, the cheesy one liners, lack of voice acting, lack of depth, and lack of variety all kind of make this mode dumb and kind of boring. It does a much better job feeling like an actual Career, but it fails in being that fun and engaging. Road To Glory mode, while definitely a neat idea, is sort of just a glorified online mode, as there's not much depth to it other than you just wrestle someone online. WWE Universe mode is exactly the same as 2K17 with little to no improvements, which is a bummer. Overall, while the overall presentation, gameplay, and visuals are amazing, the glaring issues, unfortunately, keep it from being anywhere near on par with the better WWE games that came before it. Since WWE 2K19 is pretty much better than this in a lot of aspects, recommending this game is tough, as it seems that Yukes and 2K have followed through with making their current game a massive update, rather than a somewhat small one like this game. This is still a good game for the amount of content it has, but the modes are sadly just more of the same from 2K17 with little improvement whatsoever. But, if you are a wrestling fan who does want to get this game now thanks to how cheap it is nowadays, it won't be a bad investment, because, all in all, it's still a good game, albeit nothing all that special.


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