ND_Raiden wrote:it would be great if they let go of the espn license, what a waste. 2k would be amazing with live's presentation
Andrew wrote:Here's hoping they can make that strong comeback next year.
Andrew wrote:However, if it is just essentially a roster update with slightly enhanced graphics and NBA Live 13 does make the strong comeback I believe it's at least capable of doing, then 2K will probably at least lose some ground and a decent amount of fans.
Andrew wrote:They were showing an early build as well. I think 2K will deliver and will probably garner better Metacritic scores and sales, but I believe NBA Live can make a big comeback nevertheless.
Andrew wrote:It may end up being the game I personally prefer playing and make up a lot of ground on 2K, but it's a tall order for it to become the dominant brand right away. It needs to make a strong comeback this year first.
Andrew wrote:They did recently extend their licensing agreement with the NBA though, so they'll likely be making NBA games for years to come. Next year could be their last good shot at salvaging the franchise and making an impressive comeback, though.
Kenny on Create A Legend mode wrote:I was fumbling around with the controls and making a lot of mistakes. If you’re about realism in NBA games, but you lack the experience in this type of game mode, I’d suggest starting with a player like Kwame; it really does feel like an authentic experience straight off the bat.
SoF'nAwesome wrote:But you do realize that 2k14 would be like mind-blowingly awesome compared to NBA Live 14?
Qballer wrote:you do realize they've already ran out of things to do. i mean, you can befriend celebrities in 2k13 for god's sake. THAT AIN'T REAL LIFE save that for NBA Ballers
SoF'nAwesome wrote:But you do realize that 2k14 would be like mind-blowingly awesome compared to NBA Live 14? Also, it's most likely it will get cancelled again due to pressure.
justfixit wrote:I find it funny how people say game X has "all these bugs", but they can't name them. They talk as if game Y doesn't have their own litany of bugs. So why even talk that mess?
SoF'nAwesome wrote:Andrew, I get what you are saying about 'zee 2k bugs and yes, they should prioritize on those but if you check out any of these sports series games(like FIFA), all they do is improve the gameplay a tad much each year. Huge improvement/change comes along in 2-3 years in between. But I think unless Live is being made for PC, it's a lost cause. Because it's all just not worth it.
Andrew wrote:justfixit wrote:I find it funny how people say game X has "all these bugs", but they can't name them. They talk as if game Y doesn't have their own litany of bugs. So why even talk that mess?
Are you talking about NBA 2K13? Because so far I feel we have done a fairly good job of identifying key problems we've come across. I do agree with what you're saying, my point was just that there are still issues with NBA 2K - not just bugs but other criticisms and complaints - that are preventing them from slamming the door shut on NBA Live. As far ahead as they are, there's still room for a second game, which is fortunate for EA after what's happened the past few...
22cedric wrote:EA Sports is committed to basketball and we will publish a basketball game when we can match the quality of franchises like Madden NFL, NHL Hockey, Tiger Woods PGA Tour and FIFA soccer," EA labels president Frank Gibeau added.
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