Archive for the ‘NBA 2K’ Category
  • Major issues persist with NBA 2K17 Pro-Am
    Posted October 24th, 2016 at 1:30 pm 10 Comments »
    Last year 2K Sports attempted to launch the NBA 2K series as an eSport, however the mode chosen to do so and poor structure in place resulted in a totally flawed competition. Rampant cheating, advantages to those who paid money, and a patch that altered play mid-event all contributed to the disaster. The 2K Pro-Am didn't change much for NBA 2K17 but new problems have arisen and others have lingered since launch.  (more…)...
  • Details on the second patch for NBA 2K17
    Posted October 11th, 2016 at 12:30 pm 15 Comments »
    The second post-release patch for NBA 2K17 has just gone live on PlayStation 4 and is expected to reach Xbox One in the near future. It's another massive update at 7.1 GB - the same as the first which went out in late September on PS4 and just last week on XB1. [Update 10/14] The patch is now also available on Xbox One and PC. This latest patch intends to fix the shot meter which has been improperly registering release timing. Recent gameplay tuning updates have been used to try and compe...
  • NBA 2K17 tuning update looks to bring outside shooting percentages back to reality
    Posted October 3rd, 2016 at 9:00 am 10 Comments »
    One of the bigger complaints about NBA 2K17 in the over two weeks since it has released has regarded shooting percentages, particularly when the shots are being contested. That has been at least somewhat addressed in a gameplay tuning update that went live over the weekend. Gameplay director Mike Wang provided details on some of the changes that have been made to shooting as well as CPU defense: ♦The main change was redefining what the game considers open vs covered vs crowded. Sometim...
  • First patch is out for NBA 2K17
    Posted September 27th, 2016 at 9:15 am 16 Comments »
    The first post-release patch for NBA 2K17 has gone live on PlayStation 4 and will be arriving soon on Xbox One. It's a massive download coming in at 7.1 GB so what's been done is considerable and affects gameplay and the various franchise and online modes. Observations of fixes so far include substitutions made during timeouts (players enter immediately instead of having to wait for the next dead ball situation) and the courts for the Knicks and Bucks. What it hasn't done is completely s...
  • Many still missing major piece to NBA 2K17’s pre-order incentive
    Posted September 26th, 2016 at 11:30 am 6 Comments »
    2K Sports leveraged the pre-order bonuses for NBA 2K17 throughout the summer as practically the only way in which they were attempting to sell the game. The company stressed the inclusion of the 1992 Dream Team more than anything else yet most of those who bought the game still find themselves without the team. 10 days now have passed since 2K17's release and based on the number of consumers inquiring about the team missing through social media, and a poll run over the weekend, the Dream ...
  • Review of NBA 2K17
    Posted September 22nd, 2016 at 8:15 am 23 Comments »
    NBA 2K17 faced the difficult task of following up an all-time great basketball game and adjusting to the changing landscape of the NBA. The influence of Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors is undeniable with 2K17. That includes new ratings categories, higher shooting percentages, and a 'dynamic duo' theme. Additional ways to start and play through the franchise modes are welcome and the story mode thankfully incorporates career elements with the rookie season instead being locked away ...
  • NBA 2K17’s all-time college rosters and why you probably don’t want to buy
    Posted September 19th, 2016 at 4:00 pm 17 Comments »
    2K Sports released the rosters with all-time greats from the 10 licensed universities in NBA 2K17 over the weekend. For $15 as a bundle, which is nearly 1/3 of the price buying the game through Amazon or Best Buy with their membership programs or a quarter of the full price, expectations would naturally be pretty high for what the downloadable content provides. Unfortunately it's something that even big fans of these programs are likely to find inadequate. Full rosters of the 10 colleges ...
  • College teams with all-time great rosters now available to buy in NBA 2K17
    Posted September 17th, 2016 at 10:15 am 18 Comments »
    The all-time teams for the 10 licensed universities found in NBA 2K17 can now be purchased with a bundle containing the full set for $15 or separately for $2 each. Get the teams through the respective console stores or online for PS4 here and XB1 here. The colleges in 2K17 are Arizona, Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Kansas, Louisville, Michigan State, Oklahoma, UConn, and Wake Forest. Included are their uniforms and stadiums but the teams can only be used in Play Now games. The r...
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