In today’s file additions for NBA Live 2004, ModManZZZ has released a new version of his 2013/2014 roster update. Download it at the link below!
2014 Season Roster by ModManZZZ (Updated to v5.0)
In this week’s Friday Five, Andrew offers up five suggestions for roster editing functionality in NBA Live 17, and future NBA Live titles.Check it out!
A round-up of some recent news and rumours surrounding NBA Live 17, while we wait for official announcements and previews from EA Sports.Check it out!
Pick up new shoes, retro All-Star courts, current rosters, faces and an Fx mod in today’s file additions for NBA 2K14!
Houston Rockets Faces
Enhance your basketball gaming experience this weekend with the latest new and updated files for NBA 2K14 PC. Today’s additions include new title screens, an ENB update, a current roster, NCAA courts and new shoes. Please see below for all the download links.
Roster Without Injuries 4/03/14
NCAA Court Pack (Updated to v1.1)
LeBron X Corks (Updated to v4.0)
New rosters are available for NBA 2K14 on all platforms, featuring lineups that have been updated through April 4th, 2014. A couple of recent transactions are not accounted for, but the injury status has been updated for various players who are either returning to action or are now on the shelf.
As always, the latest roster will come through automatically as long as your PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One is connected to the Internet when you start up NBA 2K14. If you’re playing on PC and would like to update your game manually, you may do so by using our offline pack, which contains the latest roster and online data files.
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Friday Five! This is a feature that I post every Friday in which I give my thoughts on a topic that’s related to basketball video games, the real NBA or another area of interest to our community, either as a list of five items or in the form of a Top 5 countdown.
Since I’ve previously looked at some of the most unstoppable moves in basketball video games, this week I thought I’d take a look at some of the best power-ups that we’ve seen in virtual hoops. Generally speaking, power-ups are probably not a concept that most people associate with basketball video games. However, they do have a presence in the genre, mostly in arcade-oriented titles but also in more subdued forms in certain sim releases.
As I’ve mentioned before, while I want to get a sim experience out of the NBA Live and NBA 2K series, I also enjoy arcade style basketball games for a change of pace. Having some fun and crazy power-ups certainly adds to the arcade experience, and special abilities in general make games more interesting and varied. So, without any further ado, here are my picks for the five best power-ups in basketball video games.
The Soapbox is a feature where NLSC community members can let their voices be heard on a range of topics related to basketball and basketball video games, through feature articles here on the main site. Today’s guest contributor is HoopsGaming23.
With all of the NBA teams well past the 70-game mark and the Playoffs a couple of weeks away, the time and the world-wide hype couldn’t be more appropriate for a discussion about who deserves the NBA Most Valuable Player award. Although according to the NBA MVP ladder, there are officially ten active candidates for the highest single player accolade, the real battle is fought between two major forces in today’s NBA world: Kevin Durant and LeBron James.
Today’s new and updated files for NBA 2K14 PC include the latest version of March Madness 2K14, a couple of Sweet-FX mods, four new retro All-Star courts and more. Download them all at the links below!
MARCH MADNESS 2K14 OFFICIAL NCAA on CBS (Updated to v9.0)
2014/2015 Fictional Charlotte Hornets Court (Updated to v1.5)
With JaoSming hitting the books this week, Episode #73 of the NLSC Podcast is a two man show featuring Arcane and myself. Tune in for a discussion of legends in NBA Live, the latest news and results from around the NBA, and some other gaming topics.
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As always, we welcome your thoughts on this week’s show, as well as any of the topics that we discussed. You can hit us up in the comments below, as well as here in the Forum. We also invite you to send in your mailbag submissions and topic suggestions here.
Check out the latest new and updated files for NBA 2K14 PC! Today’s additions include more retro All-Star courts, a Saint Patrick’s Day jersey pack, new shoes, NCAA courts and more. Please see below for all the download links.
Saint Patrick’s Day Jersey Pack
NCAA Court Pack
Showtime Mod (UPDATED 3/31/14! The Professer ADDED!) (Updated to v1.3)
SPORTSNET Scoreboard (Updated to v3.0)
This is The Tuesday Triple, where I attempt to break down random topics into three points, and maybe an “and one” if I need it. Similar to the established Friday Five by Andrew, the topics will be related to basketball video games and their communities as a whole.
I am never going to expect a ‘perfect’ video game from EA or 2K when it comes to the annual NBA games. Looking beyond the relied upon Day 1 patches for all modern video games, and the implied expectation that a game should be bug free across at least 5 different platforms, the real cause of the many issues us early adopters run into year after year is a side effect of the annual release schedule for these games. NBA 2K14 has its fair share of expected minor bugs on current gen and growing pains on next gen, but there are 3 major follies in this year’s game that leave me absolutely dumbfounded.
V10 of the Ultimate Base Roster for NBA 2K14 PC by HAWK23 and company is now available! The key features of the latest release are as follows:
This is Dumb Fact Monday, serving up random facts about basketball video games that you may or may not find interesting.
I think we can all agree that the biggest downfall of not only basketball video games, but all sport video games, is that they become obsolete after only one year of relevance. Usually the game’s users will get one final roster update after the NBA Finals are finished to remove any injuries in the roster, but if you want to play with the newest rookies a community created roster is normally your only choice. However, there were two simulation basketball video games that did receive official roster updates one full year after their release year.
New official rosters are available for NBA 2K14 on all platforms, featuring lineups that have been updated through March 30th, 2014. The new rosters contain some ratings updates and reflect the latest injuries, while also activating a few players who have recently returned from injury.
As always, the latest update will come through automatically as long as your PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One is connected to the Internet when you fire up NBA 2K14. However, PC users may also opt to update their game manually with our offline pack, which contains the latest roster and online data files.