WWE 2K15 has a plethora of problems with one of the main ones being the lifespan of the game. This is especially prevalent in the PS4/Xbox One version of the game, as 'NXT' gen gamers didn't get much bang for their buck when the game was released last Autumn. Alongside the complimentary career mode, WWE's gaming Universe was afforded just two Showcase Modes: 'Hustle, Loyalty, Disrespect', which focused on the feud between John Cena and CM Punk from 2011-2013 and 'Best Friends, Bitter Enemies', which chronicled the rivalry between Triple H and Shawn Michaels from 2002-2004. Once you had headlined WrestleMania in career mode and completed those two showcases, there wasn't much else for you to do. PS3/Xbox 360 gamers were appeased ever so slightly by having 'Who Got NXT' at their disposal, but still, the game was so bare it was hardly deserved of a lofty price tag. Then, on top of that, WWE and 2K Sports had the cheek to bring out three more showcases but charge us consumers more money, $9.99 each time to be precise. These were modes that should have been included in the game from the start so the least they could have done was give them away for free. Nevertheless, WWE 2K16 is a pivotal game for both companies as they can't afford to have two flops so early in their working relationship. Here are 15 game modes that must be included in WWE 2K16 and send it well on the way to being the game we all want it to be.