- The feel is similar to WWE 2K16, it may be slightly sped up a bit. Overall, I still like it.
- Ladder match mini-game is a bit odd, but it feels less random than the old way. I think I like it better.
- Table match mechanic where you build to a table finisher is kind of cool, but I also lost a match on a superplex through a table almost as soon as it started. That kind of surprised me.
- New submission option seems better to me. It's a button-based one, but not the old button-masher. In this one you hit buttons as they show on the screen. If you hit the wrong one, your opponent gets credit for it.
- The roster is awesome of course. AJ Styles is my favorite addition until the Von Erichs and Freebirds hit in DLC.
- I think the graphics are a touch sharper on PS4 than they were last year.
- Not a huge fan of some of the camera angles they give you. Makes it hard to navigate at times.
- Could not figure out how to get out of the Hell In A Cell so I'd love to know that.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
WWE 2K17: Early Hands-On Thoughts
Here is a really quick and dirty look at my first day with WWE 2K17...