Take-Two NBA 2K9 X360
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- Shot Stick Advanced - this control system takes it one step further, allowing you to change your shots in mid-air
- Adaptive AI - will read, react, and adjust in real time to your strategies. Your teammates will initiate cuts, picks, and post-ups based on how you handle the ball, while your opponent modifies strategy to fit the pace of the game
- The Association 2.0 - With NBA.com, you'll have access to all the latest rumors, trades, scores news stories and more, plus features like Player Personalities, Ambitions, and Player Roles, a plethora of customizable options, and mini-game drills
- 2K-HD - Drastically improved facial and skin textures, better uniforms, improved eye movement and more realistic crowd reactions
- Broadcast Team - Analyst Clark Kellogg and sideline reporter Cheryl Miller join color commentator Kevin Harlan to create one of the most knowledgeable broadcast teams in the game
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• IsoMotion Pro - An improved dribble system delivers more ball-handling control for changing direction crossing up the opposition.
• Shot Stick Advanced - The Shot Stick control system takes it one step further, allowing you to change your shots mid-air.
• Adaptive AI - Adaptive AI will read, react, and adjust in real time to your strategies. Teammates initiate cuts, picks & post-ups based on how you handle the ball, while opponents modify their strategy to fit the pace of the game.
• The Association 2.0 - An all-new interface replicating the NBA.com experience, plus new features like Player Ambitions, a Player Scouting system, new mini-game Development Drills and more customization options for the casual player make this the deepest and most robust Franchise mode on the market.
• 2K-HD - Improved facial and skin textures, better uniforms, improved eye movement and more realistic crowd reactions make the game come alive like never before.
• Styles Upon Styles - More Signature Style has been added with new signature shots, free throw routines, dunks and even facial expressions. Watch as Shaq smirks after plays and KG bangs his chest running down court. In addition, new Signature Defensive Styles have been added; Bruce Bowen plays tight all game, Rasheed Wallace steals in the post, and Shane Battier takes charges.
• All-New Broadcast Team - Analyst Clark Kellogg and sideline reporter Cheryl Miller join color commentator Kevin Harland to create one of the most knowledgeable broadcast teams in the game.
• Better Replays & Cut Scenes - End each quarter with enhanced, multiple angle replay highlights, and be rewarded like never before with all-new, true-to-life celebration sequences.
NEW ONLINE FEATURES:
• Team 2K – Put your rep where your mouth is. This feature provides the best online players with the opportunity to be elected to the Team 2K Hall of Fame and put themselves in next year’s game. Each week for 10 weeks the top player will be chosen and receive the 2K Sports royal
treatment, including games, gear, memorabilia and more.
• New NBA 2K Online Features – 2K Sports’ industry leading online service gets all-new features like 5-on-5 Multiplayer mode with Off Ball Control and a new player ranking system - from Bench Warmer to Rookie to Pro to Super-star and all the way up to Team 2K.
• 2K Share - Create, upload and share rosters, sliders and even players created with the all-new Player DNA feature. This also includes the newly revamped Reelmaker, where you can now direct your own digital video highlight reels and post them on 2KSports.com or your personal web page for all the world to watch and admire.
Top Customer Reviews
So, first I'll start with my only downer...Clark Kellogg! I really miss Kenny "The Jet" Smith. Clark is just boring. He says all of the lines that Kenny used to say (I guess he didn't have much original material), but without the flare. He would have made a better commentator and they should have brought someone else in to add the color. But Kevin Harland is still good and Cheryl Miller is neither here nor there.
Game-play's a bit more realistic. There aren't nearly as many slams, and so far the alley-oops seem realistic. And the computer plays much better defense now. You're going to have to rely on a cross-over if you want to get to the hole. I have a tough time getting Iverson's cross-over, but Melo's is sick! It's just a really quick cross-over and as you look up there's a lane to the hole. It looks exactly like Melo's cross, and then his slam looks like his slam...but you better hurry because the lane closes in a hurry as the defense recovers so you've gotta hit it!
The computer controlled players move more realistically this year. They cut and come off screens and set picks on their own instead of just standing around. And if you want to run a play you can turn on "play view", which draws the play on the court for you. Oh, and the defense is smarter this year.Read more ›
No matter what happens in the future to correct this game, this will forever be remembered for its absolutely and completely broken online game. A lot of people use hyperboles and exaggerated adjectives to describe an aspect of a game that fails to live up to standards to emphasize their point, but I mean this quite literally when I say it's unplayable. Here's the chronology of how things will play out if you attempt to play an online game: for an Unranked Team Up game, out of 10 tries, you'll fail to connect 7-8 times, when you do eventually connect, the game will either disconnect upon entering, or sometime within the 1st quarter. If you're lucky enough to not experience any of this, even then, your BEST CASE scenario is to play a completely lag filled game for 4 quarters. If it weren't for the lag, I wouldn't be as angry about the disconnects, because at least then, I can still enjoy a quality basketball game online, for however long it lasts (because the gameplay is almost perfect, which I'll get into). It's not much better with Ranked Team Up, your connection success rate is a lot higher, but it doesn't matter since you still either get disconnected midway through the game, or you're treated to a slow-motion, herky-jerky, lag filled game.
Some other points:
**The 2K Camera view LAGS in offline single player mode. How is this happening. How can you knowingly release a game knowing that two main elements of your game are severely flawed.Read more ›
The good: The animations are even better this year and I think that is the strong point of the series. Presentation has been excellent for the past few years and it really does feel like a real basketball game. Anyone who wants an authentic game experience should really enjoy this title. There are a bunch of extra gametypes available including slam dunk contests, 1 on 1 or a game of 21, season/association mode, practice, online play and more. Also the new roster updates that come out every once in a while are a great addition and something that should have been in the 2K8 version last year.
Overall I would give the game a grade of "B" for good. If the defense wasn't so bad the grade would definitely be higher. I also think the menu's (especially in the Xbox Live menu) can be improved. We'll see what happens in 2010, but I hope to find some great new features.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for someone else, they had no complaints. Can't really give a good review on this as I haven't played it extensively, but I had fun with it when I did play it.Published 8 months ago by C. Weiss