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WWE 2K17 rumbling onto PC February 7th

In what has become an annual wrasslin' tradition, WWE 2K17 [official site] is coming to PC on February 7th, months after its console launch. The console version is the best WWE release in the last few years, with marginal improvements in the career mode and creation suites, and better in-ring action. Most notable is the fact that triple threat matches and the like are actually…

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Feature: More heels than an overworked cobbler

Cardboard Children: WWE – Superstar Showdown

Hello youse. It seems like WWE Superstar Showdown is a board game that hasn't made much of an impression upon release. It's by Gale Force Nine, the team behind the excellent Spartacus and the strong Sons of Anarchy, and it's about wrestling. Yeah, wrestling! The wrasslin'! WWE! The squared circle! It's a board game set inside this very ring, featuring a selection of current WWE…

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From Parts Unknown: WWE 2K16 Coming To PC March

I still don't understand why WWE 2K15 [official site] came to PC so many months after the initial console release and, well, here we are again. The latest entry in the pro wrestling series will arrive on PC March 11th, having landed on consoles at the end of October last year. We'll get all of the DLC, and the PC version will be equivalent to…

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Feature: Beyond the Tat, More Like

Beyond The Mat: How To Fix Wrestling Games

2K have finally released all of the DLC for WWE 2K15. Why do I care, you might be wondering, given that I gave the game a bit of a kicking in my review. Primarily, I care because I am too stubborn to stop playing, even though I can't possibly recommend the game to anyone else. I love wrestling and even though 2K15 doesn't do most…

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Feature: A Roadtrip To Suplex City

WWE 2K15 review

Professional wrestling is a ridiculous cultural phenomenon and I love it dearly. I also happen to think it's blend of theatre, physical performance and interactive storytelling is ideally suited to gaming. It's a weird and wonderful world that offers all manner of opportunities for interactive storytelling, from heroic fights against the odds to villainous victories and roster management. WWE 2K15 [official site] seizes many of…

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Cheap Pop: WWE 2K15 Coming To PC Soon

WWE 2K15 is coming to PC "this spring". While the latest entry in the series has had something of a rough reception in console land, I'm excited about this. There hasn't been an official WWE game on PC since 2002 and even though this seems like a transitional year at best - Eurogamer call it "actively bad" - 2K do solid sports work elsewhere. They…

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Frozen Synapse Ipad Vs Frozen Synapse PC

Crossplay used to be what happened to me when I played Team Fortress 2, but after a restraining order from my mouse pad and some anger management classes, I no longer feel the need to be angry at Pyros. Now the world has moved on, the word has taken on a new meaning: what happens when one gaming system and another defy all cultural boundaries…

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This Sporting Life: NBA & WWE On PC

My writing this post is probably fairly akin to David Beckham talking about Dungeon Keeper 2, but thought I'd aggregate a couple of sporting links kindly folk have sent us lately. There's been a trend over the last few years to stop porting B-list (and I mean that in the polite sense) games to PC, most especially sports titles. However, we're seeing something of a…

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