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NBA 2K10


$60.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Revamped sprinting system adds more realistic play than previous installments. Expanded playcalling system allows for more intricate plays. Lockdown defense returns but greatly revamped from previous installments.

The Cons:Lacks 2K9's handling of easy shots and layups (which would always go in), often resulting in frustration. The AI is inconsistent and frustratingly confusing at times. Frame rate issues abound, often ruining plays (mostly on the 360 version).

NBA 2K10 is the 10th anniversary version of the long running basketball video game series developed by 2K Sports. It uses "NBA Today" to update your game with real world matchups, news and stats so your game experience is fresh and up to date with living rosters to keep trades, injuries and lineup moves current.

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Product Shot 2 You can create you own NBA player in "My Career Mode", where you start as an undrafted rookie in the summer circuit and work your way to make an NBA team and hopefully an NBA star. There are new intuitive offensive controls with easy-to-use driving and post game controls and the shut-down D gives innovative defensive controls allowing you to shadow your opponents every move. Other features include online play that is incorporated into every game mode and signature play which gives teams and players realistic styles to match their real-life counterparts. NBA 2K10 is available for PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and Sony PSP. (Note: Features may vary depending on platform).

Features

  • NBA Today up-to-date news
  • My Player Mode
  • Living Rosters
  • Seamless online experience
  • Signature play
  • New intuitive offensive controls
  • Shut Down D deffensive controls
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and Sony PSP

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Pros
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    Revamped sprinting system adds more realistic play than previous installments.

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    Expanded playcalling system allows for more intricate plays.

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    Lockdown defense returns but greatly revamped from previous installments.

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    Gorgeous presentation--character models and their actions are realistic and look great.

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    Expanded crowd and announcer reactions really add to the experience.

Cons
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    Lacks 2K9's handling of easy shots and layups (which would always go in), often resulting in frustration.

  • 1

    The AI is inconsistent and frustratingly confusing at times.

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    Frame rate issues abound, often ruining plays (mostly on the 360 version).

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