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SportsGamerShow – NBA 2K15 Review

2K Sports is most known for its successful NBA 2K series with NBA 2K15 being the developer’s second attempt at recreating a fully immersive basketball video game experience on the PS4 and Xbox One.

With updated CPU AI, the addition of new animations, tweaked presentation elements and changes to its MyCareer, MyPark, My GM and Association modes, you would think NBA 2K15 would kill it on the virtual hardwood.

However, several major issues that include the unreliability of 2K’s servers prevent NBA 2K15 from achieving all star status.

EA Sports Reveals Offensive Changes to NBA Live 15
NBA Live 15 is getting a major overhaul on the offensive side of the ball.
Some of the notable changes include improved spacing on fast breaks, feedback on pick and rolls, the ability to make quick play calls and the addition of a shot quality meter.
Last year’s game was highly criticized partially due to the lackluster gameplay on offense. Additional details on the changes can be found here.

EA Sports Reveals Offensive Changes to NBA Live 15

NBA Live 15 is getting a major overhaul on the offensive side of the ball.

Some of the notable changes include improved spacing on fast breaks, feedback on pick and rolls, the ability to make quick play calls and the addition of a shot quality meter.

Last year’s game was highly criticized partially due to the lackluster gameplay on offense. Additional details on the changes can be found here.

MyPark Coming to NBA 2K15
2K Sports announced the addition of MyPark mode to NBA 2K15 in a new trailer.
Essentially an update of last year’s “The Park” mode, MyPark features three different locations, the ability to join games as a “Squad” and the option to play five-on-five, NBA simulation games in the indoor “Jordan Rec Center.”
The end of the video teases the addition of a fourth location called “The Stage” where you be able to play for VC.
Check out the video here.

MyPark Coming to NBA 2K15

2K Sports announced the addition of MyPark mode to NBA 2K15 in a new trailer.

Essentially an update of last year’s “The Park” mode, MyPark features three different locations, the ability to join games as a “Squad” and the option to play five-on-five, NBA simulation games in the indoor “Jordan Rec Center.”

The end of the video teases the addition of a fourth location called “The Stage” where you be able to play for VC.

Check out the video here.

No Demo for NBA 2K15, MyCareer Video Hits the Web 
For the second year in a row, 2K Sports will not release a demo for its upcoming NBA game.
Gamers who want to play NBA 2K15 will have to purchase the game when it hits stores on October 7.
2K decided not to release a demo for NBA 2K14 last year, so this could become a trend for the series.
In related news, the first scene in the game’s MyCareer Mode has made its way online, implying that you will start your NBA career as an undrafted free agent. Check it out here.

No Demo for NBA 2K15, MyCareer Video Hits the Web 

For the second year in a row, 2K Sports will not release a demo for its upcoming NBA game.

Gamers who want to play NBA 2K15 will have to purchase the game when it hits stores on October 7.

2K decided not to release a demo for NBA 2K14 last year, so this could become a trend for the series.

In related news, the first scene in the game’s MyCareer Mode has made its way online, implying that you will start your NBA career as an undrafted free agent. Check it out here.

Face Scanning Technology Added to NBA 2K15
Gamers will have the option to create 3D renditions of their faces on their created ballers in NBA 2K15.
With the help of Xbox One’s Kinect and PlayStation 4 Camera, users can scan their faces and render them on screen. In addition, the faces can be tweaked to your liking once the scanning is complete.
This isn’t the first time a sports title has implemented face scanning technology, as EA Sports introduced its “Gameface” feature a few years ago.

Face Scanning Technology Added to NBA 2K15

Gamers will have the option to create 3D renditions of their faces on their created ballers in NBA 2K15.

With the help of Xbox One’s Kinect and PlayStation 4 Camera, users can scan their faces and render them on screen. In addition, the faces can be tweaked to your liking once the scanning is complete.

This isn’t the first time a sports title has implemented face scanning technology, as EA Sports introduced its “Gameface” feature a few years ago.