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Why Prince Devitt and Kenta should be in 'WWE 2K15'

The recent signings of Prince Devitt and Kenta sent shockwaves through the WWE Universe last month, so why can't they do the same in the upcoming "WWE 2K15" video game as well?

Prince Devitt belongs in 'WWE 2K15"

Here are a few reasons why they belong in this year's game.

They are Two of the Biggest Signings in Recent WWE History: When was the last time the WWE signed international stars as big as these guys? Sin Cara? Please. Think Chris Benoit, Dean Malenko and Eddie Guerrero. These two are in a completely different category than any masked superstar. Polished and accomplished, these guys would garner ratings of at least 85 in the game. And this is all without stepping foot in a WWE ring.

Simply put, Kenta is the Japanese star that can bridge the gap between the American and Far East styles, while Devitt's stiff style will put Sheamus and even Ryback to shame.

It Would Show Dedication to Fan Base: 2K works hard on the WWE series, but this would be the icing on the cake to see these international stars in the game out of the box.

They'd be a Ton of Fun to Play With: Both of these guys have awesome strikes, can go off the top rope and have unique submission and grapple finishers. They are the type of performers gamers yearn to play with.

Their Inclusion in the Game Would Bolster the WWE Network: If you've never seen these guys perform and the game is your first introduction to them, then why wouldn't you tune in and see them in reality? It's the same reason why even lower level NXT stars should be in the game. It's best for business.

“WWE 2K15” is set for a October 28 release in North America and will ship on October 31 internationally.

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