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NBA 2K10 - Xbox 360

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3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews) 82 / 100

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Platform: Xbox 360
Edition: Standard
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  • The game features 1-4 player support in versus and coop play locally and 2-10 player support in versus and coop play online with up to a full five man roster on each side.
  • The NBA Today feature, in which all the real world matchups, news and stats are automatically streamed right into your game providing dynamic commentary and presentation elements based upon what is happening in the real NBA.
  • My Player Mode, a career mode, allowing players at home create the ultimate NBA player from the ground, up and guide his every career move.
  • Crew functionality, allowing you to round up your friends and build the ultimate squad, using either your created players from My Player mode or an actual NBA team, then go online and battle other Crews for bragging rights and progression points.
  • Living Rosters, which allow you to keep NBA 2K10 fresh with up-to-date team with real player information, including roster and lineup moves, trades, injuries and player ratings via interactive menus and analysis.

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Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002C7TFJQ
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.7 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,960 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

NBA 2K10 is ready to tip off another Championship season.   NBA 2K9, the #1 selling & #1 rated NBA videogame*, set the standard for all basketball videogames, and NBA 2K10 aims to surpass that that by delivering an even better basketball experience this year with all-new gameplay components, out-of-this-world graphics, even more realistic Signature Style animations, all-new presentation elements and an unrivalled online system - this season you won’t just play the NBA, you’ll live it.

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NBA 2K10 is ready to tip off another championship season. NBA 2K9, the #1 selling NBA video game set the standard for all basketball video games, and NBA 2K10 aims to surpass that that by delivering an even better basketball experience this year with all-new gameplay components, out-of-this-world graphics, even more realistic Signature Style animations, all-new presentation elements and an unrivaled online system -- this season you won’t just play the NBA, you’ll live it.

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Vince Carter throwing one down for the Magic in NBA 2K10
Create the ultimate player in My Player Mode.
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News and stats with NBA Today functionality in NBA 2K10
News and stats with NBA Today.
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Making the Celtic Rajon Rondo play some D in NBA 2K10
Improved offense and defense.
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NBA Today
NBA 2K10 is committed to providing a realistic NBA experience. Just one aspect of this is NBA Today, in which all the real world matchups, news and stats are automatically streamed right into your game providing dynamic commentary and presentation elements based upon what is happening in the real NBA.

My Player Mode
My Player Mode is perhaps the most exciting new feature built into NBA 2K10. Instead of focusing on over all team status, My Player Mode is a career mode, allowing players at home create the ultimate NBA player from the ground, up and guide his every career move. Start as an undrafted rookie in the Summer Leagues, where you specify every aspect of your character's game and physical makeup. Work hard enough throughout the series of games played here, gathering enough experience points along the way to build the skills your player needs at his position and you may get an invite to participate in an NBA team’s training camp. And if you don't make the cut, not to worry there is always the D-League, where you can work more on your game until you get your next shot. Either way, the road to being an NBA star is a long and hard battle full of challenges.

Crews
Basketball is a team sport, and NBA 2K10 acknowledges this with its Crew functionality. Round up your friends and build the ultimate squad, using either your created players from My Player mode or an actual NBA team, then go online and battle other Crews for bragging rights and progression points as you try to climb your way to the top of the Crew leaderboard rankings.

Living Rosters
The 2K Insider and his team of NBA analysts continue to keep NBA 2K10 fresh with up-to-date team and player information, including roster and lineup moves, trades, injuries and player ratings. Now track all of the changes through the season with interactive menus and analysis.

Seamless Online Experience
Forget the past, with NBA 2K10 online play is fully incorporated into every mode of the game. Now you can play the AI, challenge the friend sitting next to you or play your buddy across town anytime, from anywhere in the game. The game features 1-4 player support in versus and coop play locally and 2-10 player support in versus and coop play online with up to a full five man roster on each side.

Signature Play
Signature Play pulls together all of NBA 2K’s player Signature Styles and adds in all-new Signature Tendencies and facial expressions, creating NBA 2K10 teams that play and react like their real life counterparts for an unbelievably realistic NBA experience.

New Intuitive Offensive Controls
All-new easy-to-use dribbling and post game controls allow you to pull off ankle breaking ISO-Motion moves and dominate like Kobe from the perimeter to the paint.

Shut Down D
Every NBA star knows that offense is flashy, but defense wins championships. With this in mind NBA 2K10 gives you the opportunity to show your stuff at both ends of the court. Shut down teams like never before with innovative defensive controls that allow you to shadow your opponent’s every move, deny position off-ball, and even select how you want to contest shots.


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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Many Improvement and still Many to Go October 14, 2009
Platform for Display:Xbox 360| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Well I waited awhile to review this game until I got a real feel for it.
I must say it took me about a week to really appreciate the subtle changes that 2k10 has made.

1) The oops off the glass to a team mate or to yourself is a plus... and the Put back Slams are nuts.

2) The ratings of team are no longer high so there is no 1 dominant team, every team can be a threat.

3) Smoother Online play.

4) Improved defense... and the stamina meter makes is so people can't run around all day with KOBE, LEBRON and D WADE all game like in 2k9.

5) Smarter AI this year it actually feels like you're playing a real person... The computer ain't dumb no more they'll make the extra pass to the open man or make you pay for a blown defensive cover.

6) My player mode gives the game more playability no longer just a season or online game and it actually improves your basketball IQ for playing in Crews mode or Team Matches.

7) Being able to use your created player online is also a plus .

8) The dribbling is crazy you can literally break defenders down, make them slip trip and everything else and it looks real not all arcadish.

Cons:
1) GLITCHES... you got a fast break going in for the stuff and your dude takes the slowest 2 steps to the basket in the world... Not all the time but it takes away from the smoothness of the game.

2) There are other delays here in there sometime the Ref and the Person taking the ball out tend to play Catch back in forth for like 30 of 40 seconds.. whats that all about. And there are a few other things that can affect game play here and there.

All in all I like this game it just feels more real to me than other B-Ball games.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Just not there yet January 24, 2010
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Standard
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
It feels like basketball is the red headed stepchild sport to video game makers. 2k10 continues the disappointment. The graphics are improved, as they are every year (although the players do have a weird chunky look to their bodies sometimes, but no biggie), but the fun of playing hasn't changed much. Scoring is a little broken toward the inside and the defense is still no good. There's just no realness or enjoyment to running your defensive looks.

My biggest complaint is that the game doesn't have great responsiveness with the controls. Everything works alright (the dunking is not really all that an amazing feature), but when you press buttons on the controller it's like you're making plans for the future. You hit the button to juke out with your player, run to the board, time the layout just right, except by the time you're done your player on the screen has just started to make his juke move. T-T-T-Today Junior! It makes the game feel awkward and I wish 2k sports would have it worked out by now.

If you need to play Xbox basketball there aren't many options. Maybe that's why this game is so uncompetitive.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Terrible- I can't apologize for this any more December 26, 2009
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Standard
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
I've been playing the 2k series for years, and while 8 wasn't a giant leap forward, and 9 had some issues, nba 2k10 is just a bad video game. It's created more problems without solving old ones. A few nice features like association mode or the gimmicky myplayer mode don't fix this game's glaring problems. First, online play is terrible- if you need confirmation, just check out any number of other reviews. It was released broken and hasn't been fixed. Second, the AI is still awful. The four guys you are not controlling regularly blow assignments, don't challenge shots, never play passing lanes or go for the ball: some of this can be fixed with sliders but the default settings are flat out broken. The controls are also awful: players you control act on a delay (that increases in online play) so that often you make an open pass to a guy running towards the basket and he will patiently wait for the opposing player to catch up before making a move. Defense is unintuitive and needs to be re-built, period. It's actually gotten worse than it was 2 years ago. The most inexcusable thing is the lag- even in offline modes lag creeps in, taking an already frustrating game and making it ten times worse. 2K needs to stop focusing on slightly improved graphics and re-recording audio and actually fix what's wrong with this series. Right now it's a basketball simulator that doesn't accurately simulate basketball AND isn't fun to play.
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15 of 21 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Run of the mill release from a solid franchise October 14, 2009
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Edition:Standard
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
For a long time I was a devout NBA Live player. A few years ago the franchise went stale and little was changed or improved upon from year to year. That was when I switched over to the 2K franchise. Every year I found myself getting excited for October because that's when the much anticipated new version of the 2K series is. It pains me to say it, but it appears that 2K has fallen into the same slump that Live was in a few years ago. Other than minor improvements on a few mundane details, this is the same game as 2K9.

THE GOOD:

- The new NBA Today feature that gives a breakdown of each day's real NBA games and their results.

- The graphics are better than last year, but the difference isn't as profound and jaw dropping as in years past. Nonetheless, players do look more realistic.

- The commentary by Marv Albert and Clark Kellogg is the best of any sports game I've played. While a lot of it is recycled from past years' versions, there is a surprising amount of new stuff (if you're familiar with the NCAA Football franchise from EA Sports then you know how annoying it can be to have the same commentary every year, especially when it doesn't add anything to the gaming experience). The banter between Albert and Kellogg is very believable and it doesn't sound like they are acting.

- 2K has done a total overhaul on the in game menus. This is going to be a matter of personal taste, but I like the way these look.

- By far the best change is the addition of the "My Player" mode. It allows you to create a player of any position who has a specific set of strengths and weaknesses. Here is the general synopsis:

You start out playing in a summer league and try to make it to an NBA training camp.
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2.0 out of 5 stars My son did not like it
Bought for my six year old. He didn't like it. Maybe when he gets older he will.
Published 1 month ago by Valerie Lake
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
fast shipping and just as described.
Published 4 months ago by BEAST
5.0 out of 5 stars The best NBA game for beginners.
Now I never played 2k9. But have played 2k10 and '11. And I can tell you there not much different. Read more
Published 6 months ago by Joe P.
4.0 out of 5 stars Like it
My son did like this game he enjoy playing it.
Published 6 months ago by HotLatina
5.0 out of 5 stars NBA 2k10! what is more to say
Game is fun just like any in the nba 2k series. Roster is old so don't expect to see it to be accurate. But overall best basketball game.
Published 9 months ago by Johnothan
3.0 out of 5 stars NBA 2K10 X-Box 360
The only reason I gave it three stars is my grandson "finally" received his Christmas gift, and I have nothing bad to say of the quality.
Published 12 months ago by K. Mullen
5.0 out of 5 stars Great gift for young XBox fan
I bought this as a gift for my nephew and he really enjoyed it. I bought it once it was a year old and the newer version was out. Read more
Published 14 months ago by Cathy the Domestic Engineer
5.0 out of 5 stars NBA 2K10
Nice roster setups! I think this game has better controls and I find it easier to maneuver. The career mode is a bit tough compared to 2K13.
Published 18 months ago by RachelfromMaine
1.0 out of 5 stars Listed as Like New, but Unplayable
Had big, obvious scratch on the disc and unplayable. Cost more to return than to buy the disc. Waiting for response.
Published 23 months ago by Linda
5.0 out of 5 stars great
I love kobe bryant and the NBA 2K10 is the only NBA game that i will buy for my xbox
Published 24 months ago by Yanhao CHENG
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