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The clean graphics show some extremely well-detailed players, stadiums, fans, and even coaches. While the player animations aren't quite smooth as glass (there are quite a few speed-ups and slowdowns), the players do move in a fairly realistic manner. When you see the instant replay of your favorite power forward delivering a massive dunk, you'll cheer. To complement the visuals, Sega has added play-by-play and color commentary to document the on-screen action. While this does get a little repetitive, this feature ultimately adds to the atmosphere of realism.
NBA 2K shows some trouble with controls. This is most apparent in handling loose balls. You'll cringe as you occasionally watch long passes sail out of the court, resulting in mindless turnovers. This is especially painful to watch when the Dreamcast can't complete passes to computer-controlled players. These stupid turnovers can, will, and do affect a game's final score--and have even caused a few games to be restarted in disgust. On the positive side, NBA 2K contains a new finesse-based method of hitting foul shots that requires that you squeeze the control triggers in near perfect synch.
The create-a-player and coaching options make it relatively easy to lead your team from postseason TV watchers to championship ring owners.
While the 2000 season's prettiest basketball game offers more than just the most delicious eye candy, there is still a lingering feeling that NBA 2K could've been much better with a little more fine-tuning. At the very least, while NBA 2K is recommended, it is anticipated that the successor NBA 2K1 will offer even more backboard-breaking fun. --Mark Brooks
- Spectacular graphics that show plenty of detail
- Play-by-play and color commentary add to the fun
- Easy to play, but different from most console roundball games
- Foul shots are a highlight
- Graphics suffer from occasional slowdown for no apparent reason
- Controls could be stronger
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i usually get nba live but when i bought 2k it changed the way i think about basketball games . the graphics are good and the gameplay is good . Read morePublished on September 22, 2004 by Matt Bilder
My tittle says it all. Hands down, no comp., aint nothin' else coming close to the classis, the very first NBA 2K. The BEST sports graphics I've ever seen. Read morePublished on April 19, 2004
I think the now defunct Sega Dream Cast has some of the best sports games out there (NFL 2K, Virtua Tennis, etc), and NBA 2K is no exception. The graphics and game play are great. Read morePublished on January 27, 2003 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Nba 2k is the best 2000 basketball game available. it is very realalistic and the create player option is awsome. The graphics and controlls and great. Read morePublished on June 5, 2002
this is an awesome game of the 99! well its ABOUT TIME a system made a game for ALLEN IVERSON! who is FAR MORE better than KOBE BRYANT and with the stats to prove it! Read morePublished on November 19, 2001 by E. G. Guerra
As other reviews have noted, this game has great graphics and game play. It gave me many hours of enjoyment. Read morePublished on November 2, 2001 by J. Steffens
This game is amazing the graphics the game is also pretty easy to play once you get the hang of it.This game is By far the best basketball game on the market today forget NBA... Read morePublished on August 1, 2001 by clifford goldenberg