2K is working on a new "soon-to-be-announced" AAA title.
"Throughout the coming year, we will continue to execute our proven strategy of launching a select array of the highest-quality titles, led by new annual releases of NB... read
An eagle-eyed Kotaku reader has spotted a familiar - if unexpected - figure in the recent Assassin's Creed Syndicate stream: wrestler and all-round I-kick-asses-for-a-living-dude, Brock Lesnar.
To check it out for yours... read
Not unlike that Black Steampunk Sherlock Holmes mock-up from a while back, the proposition of super deformed WWE beat 'em up is getting quite a bit of traction on Twitter at the moment. Sadly, the game isn't currently in... read
WWE 2K15 wasn't the best effort of recent titles in the wrestling series. But, a current hot topic in the games community might change that and make it a better game, at least to some degree.
Or, everything's just going ... read
PC port bros Believe it or not, WWE 2K15 and FFIV has a lot in common.
They're both PC ports that are arriving in the near future... and they're both at 31% off while in pre-order status. WWE 2K15 heads to Steam on April 28th, while Final... read feature
As announced on the WWE's blog, WWE 2K15 is coming to the PC later this year. It's a straight port of the PS4 and Xbox One editions, but apparently no modes will be lost in translation. Additionally, day-one buyers will net f... read
When its entrance music hit last fall, WWE 2K15 was met with a chorus of boos from the audience. Now, it's trying to be the good guy and win a few fans over, and it's doing so with free DLC.
2K Games announced today that new... read
After taking a proverbial steel chair to the back with WWE 2K15, the wrestling series seems poised to make a return to the squared circle. That's not shocking in its own right, but what's interesting is that 2K Games didn't g... read
I'm not into wrestling but, conceptually, I'm feeling WWE Immortals. It's a fighting game from Mortal Kombat studio NetherRealm and Phosphor Games that imagines real-world wrestlers in a fantastical alternate universe. Thin... read
Reckless rasslin' Professional wrestling was a cultural phenomenon when I was younger. In the third grade, conversations at school were a general 50/50 mix of Dragon Ball Z fact repetition and which was better: WCW or WWF. When Hulk Hogan star... read feature
Nothing gets a crowd going quite like their favorite wrestler's music hitting. 2K put a lot of work into realistically recreating entrance routines in WWE 2K15, and this video shows off the developers' efforts.
Whether it's ... read
You probably expected WWE 2K15 to have a Season Pass, and lo and behold, it does. It will reportedly focus on "story-driven single-player campaign" content, with a string of extra missions and scenarios. There will be th... read
The first gameplay trailer for WWE 2K15 features plenty of high-flying action from almost every WWE superstar imaginable. There are babyfaces and heels everywhere, from Daniel Bryan rousing the crowd with his signature ... read
2K Games revealed the contents of the Collector's Edition of WWE 2K15 this week, and it's a doozy. In addition to getting a copy of the game (hey, not every CE has the game these days!), you'll also get a special Hulkama... read
In the first screenshot of WWE 2K15, the game's cover star John Cena breaks out a special glare for Randy Orton. You see, the The Viper has his eye on Cena's belt. Not the World Heavyweight Championship, though. No,... read
If you watched wrestling at some point, odds are you remember Sting. His iconic black makeup, the Scorpion Deathlock, and his many, many feuds with just about every stable were memorable.
2K Games has announced that he w... read
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Wii Fit Trainer fits right in, though, as a human and not some monstrous approximation of such.
I feel like character customization quickly became the best part of wrestling games when it was introduced. Probably because the games themselves weren't always that great, but they allowed you to go wild. Maybe that was a bad idea, taken to this horrible extreme. read feature
Details are scant on WWE 2K15 at the moment, but we know that 2014's iteration sold well enough to warrant a follow-up. 2K Sports announced via the franchise's Twitter today that WWE 2K15 will release on October 28 ... read
WWE Network is now available on Xbox One, priced at $9.99 a month with a six-month commitment. If you're a fan and want to get in on this, you'll need to subscribe on WWE.com and then download the Xbox One app. Simply sign in from there and watch away.
The app is also available for Xbox 360, PS3 and PS4. read
It's that time again for another series of wrestling gaming over at the Rad Show. I recently reviewed WWE 2K14 and haven't put it down yet. So as in Rad Show fashion, we're going to play it, probably break it, and have a blast. It's what we do best. read
Ooooooooo Yeahhhhhh! Each and every year since the beginning of the Smackdown series, I return home from a midnight release, lace up the boots, put on my mask, and start my journey to be the greatest superstar to ever step into the ring. Ever... read feature
The Hottest Ticket in Town. No, not a ticket to a chocolate factory or that weird ferris wheel you rode back in the 6th grade with that one girl you had the hots for; the ticket straight up to space mountain and back down whe... read
Last week, I took part in a conference call with WWE 2K14 creative director Cory Ledesma and Triple H, which detailed a brand new mode for the game called "30 Years of Wrestlemania." This new solo story will span 45 matches i... read
Last we heard, Take-Two Interactive had signed an exclusive multi-year agreement to publish games based on the license in the wake of THQ, starting with WWE 2K14. This PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 title was given a release date... read
Following the collapse of THQ, it was rumored that Take-Two Interactive had picked up the rights to the WWE game license, and that is indeed what happened. The five-year agreement will see its first title, WWE 2K14, later thi... read
While notable intellectual properties like Saints Row, Metro, and even Homefront have been auctioned off by THQ prior to its full closure, that doesn't account for everything. What about, for instance, the WWE license? And ev... read
A good ol' fashioned slobber knocker Ah, annual sports iterations. Many of us await them with open arms year after year, and the rest yawn in disapproval. After the massive overhaul with the Predator Technology engine in WWE '12, fans were asking, "What's next?"... read feature
Pictured: my favorite wrestler of all time, who also happens to be coming to WWE '13. Lucky me!THQ has just announced their DLC plans for WWE '13, and for better or worse, it's quite a bit of content. Their DLC plan... read
Ah, a new year, a new WWE legend being featured on the cover of the next installment of THQ's wrestling games. All is well in the universe. Now, I don't claim to know anything at all about wrestling, but I'm assuming this ye... read
Johnny Luchador, the amazing host of Super Fantastic Videogame Rad Show: Get There! on Dtoid.TV, recently attended the taping of a WWE Smackdown event for Syfy. He did so dressed in his full "Destructador" garb... and he's i... read
THQ has announced WWE '13, and with that came some backstory about how CM Punk has changed wrestling like how Stone Cold Steve Austin changed things 15 years ago. There's more to it then that, but, yeah. Wrestling!
So what's... read
Another weekend approaches, and Destructoid's Twitch TV channel is showing a vulgar disregard for the flow of time. Retroactive is discovering a beat 'em up from 22 years ago. Chill with Phil is roaming the zombie-laden stree... read