Archive for the ‘NBA 2K’ Category
  • Press Row Podcast: Trial Period
    Posted September 9th, 2017 at 9:15 pm No Comments »
    With limited-time trials available to play for NBA Live 18, NHL 18, and NBA 2K18, this episode of the Press Row Podcast covers first impressions of the three games which all have drastically different circumstances surrounding their release. Live desperately needs to recapture some credibility, NHL is stable but looking to generate new sales to casual consumers, and 2K18 is guaranteed to be a smash hit but is getting fans started early on their careers. Check out the podcast through iTune...
  • The Prelude for NBA 2K18 is out now
    Posted September 7th, 2017 at 10:00 pm 12 Comments »
    Get an early start on NBA 2K18 with The Prelude which is now available to download free on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Acting as a demo of sorts, The Prelude offers an opportunity to try out the new 'Neighborhood' open-world area which encompasses elements of MyCareer, MyPark, Pro-Am, and character customization. Progress made in The Prelude will carry over to the full game if purchased. Last year with NBA 2K17 it was the collegiate portion of MyCareer mode that was playable along with w...
  • NBA 2K18 companion app available now
    Posted September 6th, 2017 at 1:00 pm 6 Comments »
    The MyNBA2K18 mobile app went live today for both iOS and Android devices in advance of Friday's release of The Prologue. As has been the case in recent years, the app acts as a companion to the console game, offering an opportunity to scan faces for MyPlayer characters and earn extra VC on a daily basis.  There's also a card battle game contained within. ♦Facial Scanning with your mobile device to get YOU in NBA 2K18 on PS4 and Xbox One ♦Earn Virtual Currency daily ♦Shop for con...
  • NBA 2K18 gameplay videos
    Posted September 5th, 2017 at 7:00 am 2 Comments »
    2K Sports has been somewhat more generous with information and media for NBA 2K18 than recent series editions in particular last year. With The Prelude set to go out Friday a handful of pure gameplay videos have been released through various Youtube accounts. These feature a variety of teams including all-time and classic along with a look at MyCareer. (more…)...
  • Open world setting for MyPlayer characters coming with NBA 2K18
    Posted August 31st, 2017 at 1:15 pm 28 Comments »
    2K Sports today revealed the new open world structure for NBA 2K18 in which MyPlayers will reside. In a sense it's reminiscent of Take Two's (parent company of 2K Sports) own GTA Online, as the neighborhood connects NBA 2K modes that previously were isolated on their own - MyCareer, The Park, and 2K Pro-Am along with actual storefronts for player customization. ...
  • NBA 2K18 on Switch won’t be missing features found on PS4/XB1
    Posted August 31st, 2017 at 10:30 am 8 Comments »
    Despite the release of NBA 2K18 being just two weeks away it took until today for anything about the Nintendo Switch version to be described or shown off by 2K Sports. Thankfully the news is good as the game will offer the very same feature set and engine found on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The only disadvantages to be found relates to the visuals - to be expected given the difference in power between the systems - and also lower framerate. (more…)...
  • Top rated players in NBA 2K18
    Posted August 29th, 2017 at 12:45 pm 3 Comments »
    2K Sports has now revealed the top rated players by position for NBA 2K18 and there is some movement of note from the end of last season within the rankings. LeBron James is of course still the highest rated active player in the league at 97 Overall, followed closely behind by Kevin Durant and James Harden. League MVP Russell Westbrook may still be feeling the penalty for association with the competitor's product. This year he's been dropped 2 points from where he finished last season an...
  • Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett are special guest commentators in NBA 2K18
    Posted August 28th, 2017 at 8:30 am 10 Comments »
    Last year in NBA 2K17 the pool of contributing voices during and around the games expanded to 11. The booth consisted of Kevin Harlan and a group of rotating analysts that included Chris Webber, Steve Smith, Doris Burke, Brent Barry, Greg Anthony, and Clark Kellogg. Sideline reporting was handled by David Aldridge and the Inside the NBA crew Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O'Neal, and Kenny Smith held down the studio show. For NBA 2K18 two more former players will be found in the booth, as Kob...
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