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  • Summary: WWE 2K15 ushers in a new era of WWE video games! The first WWE game to be featured on Next-Gen platforms, WWE 2K15 will introduce the hardest hitting and most fluid WWE gameplay to date, closer than ever to what fans see on WWE TV. With significant gameplay enhancements, a presentationWWE 2K15 ushers in a new era of WWE video games! The first WWE game to be featured on Next-Gen platforms, WWE 2K15 will introduce the hardest hitting and most fluid WWE gameplay to date, closer than ever to what fans see on WWE TV. With significant gameplay enhancements, a presentation overhaul, and all-new MyCAREER and 2K Showcase game modes, WWE 2K15 delivers the most authentic and action-packed WWE video game experience to date. Feel every blow, hear every impact. WWE 2K15. Feel It. Expand

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  1. Positive: 1 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. May 19, 2015
    75
    Maybe not the best there was or the best there is and certainly not the best there ever will be then, but it’s a good start all the same and after all, legends have been fashioned from less.
  2. May 8, 2015
    72
    Was it the right decision to bring wrestling back to the PC? With the abundance of sports games on this platform you would definitely think so. But as a straight port from the HD console versions it shares the same problems when it comes to presentation or controls. But as with the console siblings there is hope that new edition (which will hopefully come to PC as well) will step up to the plate and improve. The foundation is solid.
  3. May 20, 2015
    70
    Finally WWE 2K15 makes its debut on PC with a rich, visually-stunning episode but the same old issues.
  4. May 4, 2015
    67
    A capable attempt to recapture the magic of WWE, let down by the decision not to update any single element of the console versions.
  5. May 15, 2015
    65
    The controls, once you get used to them, work well and with the huge range of superstars, multitude of game modes and professional presentation of the bouts, WWE 2K15 is a worthy return to PC.
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 18
  2. Negative: 6 out of 18
  1. May 21, 2015
    10
    Quando lançou WWE 2K15 para PC não pude perder a oportunidade de ter esse jogo.
    E assim que joguei vi que mudou muita coisa do Xbox 360,
    Quando lançou WWE 2K15 para PC não pude perder a oportunidade de ter esse jogo.
    E assim que joguei vi que mudou muita coisa do Xbox 360, jogabilidade, visual, modo carreira, Modo Universo tudo mudou e para melhor.

    É como se eu estivesse vendo as lutas na TV :)

    O jogo é excelente, por mim eu daria nota 1000000
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  2. Apr 17, 2021
    10
    WWE 2K15 Классный симулятор драки потных мужиков, девах в который нестыдно рубануца самому, так же в компаний друзей!!!!!WWE 2K15 Классный симулятор драки потных мужиков, девах в который нестыдно рубануца самому, так же в компаний друзей!!!!!
  3. Mar 25, 2016
    9
    Im was happy when wwe 2k15 out on PC . This game on PC better than on XBOX 360 . This is amazing game . Average graphics for 2015 . ManyIm was happy when wwe 2k15 out on PC . This game on PC better than on XBOX 360 . This is amazing game . Average graphics for 2015 . Many wrestlers and really good gameplay . In this game many type match . Expand
  4. Feb 6, 2016
    7
    Whats annoying with reviews, is people are constantly reviewing the game not based on gameplay. Just aesthetics. The gameplay, is actuallyWhats annoying with reviews, is people are constantly reviewing the game not based on gameplay. Just aesthetics. The gameplay, is actually better and more fun than any other wrestling game ive played in years. Sure a lot of stuff was taken out, its barebones right now, but i really hope they build on what they have. For the first time in a wrestling game, since the N64days of WWE Wrestlemania an dNo mercy etc, i feel i coul lose a match, even if i play really well. This aspect of sports games, is so important and is a reason i love NBA 2K15/16 so much, even if i play great, i might still lose. They need to build on this for the next wrestling game. Since i only have a PC and am only interested in teh PC platform as a gaming console, I'm going to have to wait for WWE 2K16 to come onto the PC platform through STEAM , hopefully they have built onto this system they have now and made it more challenging as a single player experience. On the harder difficulty, i want the feeling that i might lose even if i play well. That will keep me coming back for more and it will make me enjoy universe mode more to, as ill never truly know the outcome of any game i play. Im giving this a 7 because they do need to add a lot of stuff and improve the modes more. But as far as gameplay goes, i think they are onto the right track. This game could be really challenging adn fun to play in a few years if they keep this up. Expand
  5. Oct 13, 2015
    5
    It's not the best, WWE 2k15 has some of the worst gameplay ideas i've ever seen. The concept of making it more realistic was a good idea, butIt's not the best, WWE 2k15 has some of the worst gameplay ideas i've ever seen. The concept of making it more realistic was a good idea, but it's not fun to fall every 5 seconds. The career mode was better than the 30 Years of Wrestlemania, because it actually had a custom superstar going through the different stages of being a WWE Superstar. Speaking of Superstars, the roster is very unsatisfying; I understand this was made in the 2014 year, but the roster lacked any of the superstars we wanted to play as. Unless you want to play as Darren Young. Wait, you didn't want to? Well you can, only in WWE 2k15, folks! I didn't think this game was horrible, the game does have some pretty cool things in it, such as improved commentary and showcases, but the game lacks the things that make it a wrestling game. In conclusion, WWE 2k15 is like expecting a good game, but then getting beat by Heath Slater; yeah, about 5% of you get that joke. 2k14 is the better game out of the two, and you'd be better off buying that than this game. This game isn't bad, but it lacks the content to make it memorable. WWE 2k15 gets a 5/10 Expand
  6. Sep 2, 2015
    3
    Summary: *It's rather pointless to force people to pick between 'recommend' and 'not recommend'. In the end, despite issues, one could stillSummary: *It's rather pointless to force people to pick between 'recommend' and 'not recommend'. In the end, despite issues, one could still recommend this title -- with the hope that many of its issues are addressed eventually -- but there are some real concerns that need highlighting.* This review is subject to revisions, and even a shift in recommendation.

    It is understandable -- and to be expected -- that wrestling fans are going to react to this title with a certain bias. Multiple console generations have passed since the PC has had a mainstream wrestling title from the WWE, so the enthusiasm and naive view that it must be 'great' can be excused to a degree. The problem is that many, but not all, of the positive reviews are blatantly overlooking the technical issues and flaws within this game, so this won't be an overall review as it will be an actual overview of the shortcomings that are inherent in this title. These flaws range from actual in-game bugs, to overall game stability, the general uncertainty about the so-called 'included DLCs' (although these can be expected to appear sooner than later given other published claims) the criticisms about lesser options than previous titles, and frame rate issues that do not correlate with the actual recommended system requirements for this title.

    Going through the problems in more detail, and these have been verified by other accounts of the game:

    - First off, the game has its bugs. From visual glitches and random artefacts like ropes disappearing and reappearing half-way in the middle of the ring, to bodies cliping into the ring as well as the ringside. And no, deactivating FXAA doesn't help. One could actually go on to experience and list more but that would simply be repeating a fundamental issue that a title being released this late as a port should be looking to avoid. If there is one thing the positive reviews do speak to, it is fan/gamer expectation and 2K games is not off to the most graceful of starts, but such is the case in an era where many hopeful titles are coming out as glitchy works in progress on release date.

    - Secondly, there is a serious issue with random crashes. It really cannot be excused and arguments from the positive-reviewers about this being an 'isolated issue' is disingenuous at best. One could say that their experience with stability is an isolated experience, but that would be sinking the argument to the levels of their bias. Fact remains that for a sizeable number of people who have paid for this title, the experience with basic game stability is coming up short and this needs to be addressed. Positive reviewers in denial of this can remain in denial but that doesn't mean that their out of touch with reality views actually negate the problem for the consumer base. Again, 2K needs to get on top of this issue.

    - The general uncertainty about all the included DLC is more of a minor issue. Since it isn't absolutely clear when this DLC is meant to appear -- we are already approaching the end of spring -- confusion can arise, but one can certainly hope that the consumers can unite on this matter and expect that 2K delivers this content soon, or at least that it offers a more definitive idea of when this content can be expected.

    - This takes us to the general issue with the overall quality of this game as a product of the WWE video game franchise. Just because the PC has finally received some modicum of acknowledgement after being ignored for over a decade as a viable gaming platform by games publishers and developers working on WWE titles, doesn't mean that PC gamers should actually drop their standards. It's rather unsettling to watch all the positive reviews float in without a sense of self-awareness when even the next generation console rendition of this title has received plenty of valid criticism. PC gamers should have respectable representation with respectable standards. Fact remains that across the board, the 2K15 title -- despite a hefty graphics engine upgrade -- has undergone an even heftier customisation and broad playability downgrade. It is beyond dispute, and a matter of consensus (has been since this game was released last year on all consoles), that WWE 2K15 is a parred back experience in terms of feature, content and customisation options when compared to earlier entries. Many fans on the current generation have expressed dissatisfaction with this approach. PC gamers, while late to this experience, should not let their desperation and lack of acknowledgement get in the way of valid criticism: they should expect the same as their console counterparts and expect better from 2K games. This title, in terms of feature quality -- for this generation -- is actually verging on being mediocre, and this fact needs to be acknowledged rather than glossed over with the noisy desperation of wrestling devotees in denial. This is actually a rather anaemic, stripped-down title that happens to look great.
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  7. Aug 11, 2015
    0
    Bad game most of the time the counter doesn't work when u do it in time would not recomment and when u do good all game they can easy turn itBad game most of the time the counter doesn't work when u do it in time would not recomment and when u do good all game they can easy turn it around wich isnt good Expand

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