The lights are on
With the basketball season only a month away, we sat down with Visual Concepts to talk about the new features coming to its hit basketball series.
In addition to getting my hands on the current-generation version of NBA 2K14, we chatted with Visual Concepts executive vice president Jeff Thomas and producer Rob Jones about the changes coming to presentation, gameplay, online, and Association mode. Here is what we found out:
NBA 2K14 is coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on October 1. A next-gen version touting additional features is expected to launch day and date with both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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I just think that Jay-Z has better music taste than LeBron, so, for me, the last year's soundtrack was better. I'm sure that all of the other aspects would be great. :)
Its pretty amazing that this game continues to get better year after year and Madden just stays stagnant. I know this is minor but when you look at the detail of the player models, NBA2K has way more detail-tattoos for example. In Madden, you can't tell one player from the next.