Another mixed bag as far as the soundtrack is concerned, but the electricity and atmosphere of a WWE bout is nicely replicated with authentic crowd noises. The commentary ain't that great though.
Put WWE 2K16 side-by-side with 2K17 and I doubt you'd be able to tell much of a difference. It looks remarkably similar. So much so that I struggle to see where Yuke's and Visual Concepts have made improvements, if any. Still, it looks good.
I could write the same thing I wrote last year here. WWE 2K17 incrementally refines the series' core mechanics and it feels right. Another solid wrestling game, but not much of an evolution, overall.
MyCareer and WWE Universe are now the lynchpin WWE modes now that 2K Showcase has been axed from the game. Online is a bit crappy, but the raft of offline match types collected under the 'Play' menu, a huge roster and the best Creation Suite in the business make this another decent offering. You can download and share your creations again too, which is great.
The same old kind of achievement list, albeit one with a few different tasks to complete in the ring and via the various modes. Meh.