Over the week of Black Friday there were numerous opportunities to snag NBA 2K15 on PS4 and Xbox One for $30. Since then there were a few days where it was made available for $35 and others for $40. Typically games don’t fall back to the prices seen over the Black Friday period but in the case of NBA 2K15 it now has.
For the next week NBA 2K15 will be $30 on Amazon for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Click here to go directly to the product page. Any sales made through that link help to support the site and fundÂ future giveaways.
After shaking off server issues and other technical problems in the weeks that followed release NBA 2K15 has proven to be one of the strongest sports games of the year. The recent patch showed an attentiveness to consumer feedback and a dedication to making the game better that goes well beyond what the company has done with post-release support in the past. With a season that stretches the relevance of the game into July it’s arguablyÂ one of the best values out there regardless of price but undoubtedly so atÂ $30.
In this new episode of the Press Row Podcast there are three segments featured. The first is a 4th String League reunion, followed by an interview with Super Mega Baseball’s Scott Drader, and finally the full audio from this week’s live Press Row Hangout.
by Brendan Wilhide
The NHL season is moving along at full speed now and with the colder weather comes even more desire to play some games. Hockey fans with iOS and Android devices received a new version of NHL 2K this season but, like a preseason darling which has stumbled out of the gates, this year’s game offers little to excite past 2K fans and is even disappointing enough that those who blindly spend $8 on it may be turned off from even consideringÂ future releases.Â Read more
The roster update for Madden NFL 15 following week 14 of the season is available now on all systems. AnticipatedÂ movement at the top of the ratings didn’t take place with Richard Sherman and Calvin Johnson staking claims to return to 99 overall bothÂ remaining at 98Â but Peyton Manning did fall a single point to 97 after a stretch of play that has been well below his usual level. Check out all the changes in the latest update with the spreadsheet here.
Notables on the rise include Jordy Nelson (+1 to 97), A.J. Green (+1 to 96), Julio Jones (+2 to 95), Marcell Dareus (+1 to 95), Le’Veon Bell (+2 to 94), Ben Roethlisberger (+1 to 94), DeAndre Levy (+1 to 94), Michael Bennett (+1 to 94), Arian Foster (+1 to 93), Joe Haden (+1 to 93), Sheldon Richardson (+2 to 91), Cam Newton (+2 to 88), Barry Church (+4 to 87), Jason Pierre-Paul (+2 to 87), Kenny Vaccaro (+2 to 84 same week he gets benched), Mychal Kendricks (+3 to 83), Joique Bell (+3 to 82), Derek Carr (+2 to 79), and Kerwynn Williams (+5 to 69).
Among those that have fallen are Peyton Manning (-1 to 97), Kyle Williams (-1 to 95), Marshawn Lynch (-1 to 95), Jason Peters (-1 to 95), Drew Brees (-2 to 94), Mario Williams (-1 to 94), Jimmy Graham (-2 to 93), Andrew Luck (-1 to 93), Matt Forte (-1 to 93), Philip Rivers (-2 to 92), Josh Gordon (-1 to 92), Trent Williams (-3 to 89), Troy Polamalu (-2 to 88), Louis Vasquez (-3 to 85), Alfred Morris (-2 to 85), Greg Zuerlein (-4 to 83), andÂ Colin Kaepernick (-3 to 83).