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      The Vendors Only section on IVG was started at a time when games retail and e-commerce were pretty much non-existent in India. But with the growing popularity of e-commerce players like Amazon and Flipkart and specialist retailers like Games the Shop, we don't feel a section like this serves much purpose anymore. And even small and new businesses now have easy access to payment gateways and social media to promote their businesses. We've also been noticing a lack of activity in the section over the last year or too. That's not even taking into consideration all the times we've allowed access to vendors who either don't stay in business long enough, or use IVG to commit fraud and cheat members.   So in view of the above, we've decided to close the Vendors Only section from June 30. Starting July, the section will be removed, along with all the threads and posts within it. All users currently part of the IVG Authorised Vendor group, will be moved to the Members group.   That brings us to the topic of how to approach/deal with businesses on IVG.   IVG was started as a community that is for gamers first, so we don't want to see the forums flooded with retailers, rental services, etc using this community for free advertising. So as things stand, retailers will not be allowed to sell their products or promote their businesses on IVG.   Members who come across useful services or retailers that the rest of IVG ought to know about can use the Game Deals section to start a discussion, but this is not to be used by businesses themselves. IVG Staff will close any topics that come across as advertising.   If any would like to use the forums to talk about their business, they would need permission from admins first (you can write to staff via the Contact Us link at the bottom of the forums).
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AK77

WWE 2K14

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In some aspects, TNA is far better than WWE, but latter's roster is far ahead

 

 

I watched WWE from 1999 to sometime in 2009. Just couldn't watch that sh*t anymore. I only watch around the 'Mania times each year now. Started watching TNA occasionally in 2002, and have never missed a single episode since LockDown 2005.

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I watched WWE from 1999 to sometime in 2009. Just couldn't watch that sh*t anymore. I only watch around the 'Mania times each year now.

Fights intensity have gone significantly down after their TV-PG content programming. Attitude Era was what made WWE so popular.

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Developer was yukes all along & is developing this one too so apart from name change it'll be a direct sequel to wwe 13

 

I want attitude era mode from wm15 to wm17,& it's a day1 buy for me

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Well seeing that it is the 'publisher' who calls all the shots as to what content to be renewed and released, I think we can expect some changes in the franchise. The developers always want to bring the best of the stuff to the public.....it is the publisher that stops them from doing so as they would rather have them bring in small incremental changes so as to be able to sell their product for a long time.

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Still i hope 2K bring a much needed revolution to the game, like a deep career mode & a manager mode would be fun as well, it wold be fun to act as a manager & screw other wrestlers in title matches :P

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An engine switch/gameplay revolution

Is just not possible in yearly installments like wwe,fifa,cod,assasins creed

 

It needs time

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