WWE 2K20: 8 reasons we still love the WWE 2K games
#6 The creation suites are still top notch
Even gamers who don't like pro wrestling (I know, I couldn't believe they exist, either) will readily admit - the create-a-wrestler modes in WWF/WWE games, since they first became a thing, have been nearly across-the-board excellent.
From making a wrestler who doesn't work for WWE to making you and your roommates to making Batman, these games have always included the tools necessary to make this happen.
And it's not just create-a-wrestler mode, either. The current WWE 2K games have options that range from creating a whole TV show to and arena to things like custom signs being held up by the crowd. If you have the free time, you can make just about anything in these games.
Of course, if you're like me and not really all that good at creating virtual stuff, you can always just download creations from other people. You'd be shocked at how many Spongebob Squarepants characters there are to download in these games.
There are changes we'd make here and there - being able to transfer creations from one installment to another (I'm getting really tired of trying to make CM Punk every year) would be a nice touch. But, these are just little things that won't require really any overhaul of the entire system.