We have a couple of new file additions for NBA Live 2003 today, as Murat has released the FIBA World Cup 2014 Mod, along with a minor fix. Download them both at the links below!
In this week’s Wayback Wednesday, it’s Part 3 of Andrew’s attempt to take care of some unfinished business and complete the Jordan Challenge in NBA 2K11!Check it out!
In this week’s Monday Tip-Off, Andrew discusses contradictory feedback, and how it places EA Sports and Visual Concepts in a tough position.Check it out!
In this week’s Friday Five, Andrew lists five (sometimes unusual) habits that seem to be common among most old school basketball gamers.Check it out!
Continuing our belated 20th Anniversary of NBA Live content, it’s a look back at NBA Live 2003, the first game in the series to feature Freestyle Control.Check it out!
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.
For this week’s Friday Five, I was originally going to talk about some of my favourite trades or signings that I’ve made in basketball video games. However, most of the ones that spring immediately to mind are from my Chicago Bulls Dynasty game in NBA Live 06. With that in mind, I decided to save the topic of memorable deals for another day, and instead reminisce about what made that Bulls Dynasty so enjoyable for me.
As I’ve mentioned before, NBA Live 06 is one of my all-time favourite basketball video games, so I guess it’s only natural that my Bulls Dynasty became one of my all-time favourite basketball video game experiences. But what was it that held my interest, and made it such a fun Dynasty to play through? Without any further ado, here are five things that I loved about my Chicago Bulls Dynasty in NBA Live 06.
ModManZZZ continues to do some great work with NBA Live 2004, as he’s released a new version of his current roster update for the 2014/2015 season. Check it out at the link below!
ModManZZZ NBA Live 2014-2015 Regular Season Roster Update (Updated to v5.4)
Be sure to pick up the main files pack here.
EA Sports has provided an overview of this week’s roster update for NBA Live 15 over on the official website. It examines a few of the top stories in the league at the moment along with their impact on the game’s ratings, including LeBron James’ lack of aggressiveness so far, the hot start by Kyle Lowry and the Toronto Raptors, the continued rise of John Wall and the Washington Wizards, and the strong play of the Golden State Warriors and the Splash Brothers, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.
In addition to spotlighting some of the specific ratings changes in the latest update, the article has provided an Excel file containing a comprehensive listing of all the adjusted ratings (as well as the resulting overalls). If you’d like to provide feedback for the official roster updates, be sure to check out this thread in the NBA Live 15 section of the Forum, as producer Fernando Rodriguez is keeping tabs on it.
For this week’s LIVE Ultimate Team Community Challenge in NBA Live 15, gamers are being invited to submit their “Defensively Minded” squads.
— NBALIVE UltimateTeam (@NBALIVE_UT) November 24, 2014
You can send in your submissions over at LUTHead.com, the hub for the LIVE Ultimate Team community. We also invite you to join in the discussion of Ultimate Team here in the NBA Live 15 section of the NLSC Forum.
Our own bigh0rt has released V1 of the NBA Jam 2K15 mod for NBA 2K14 PC. As its name no doubt implies, the mod adds an NBA Jam-style of experience to NBA 2K14, with modified playbooks and beefed up ratings. The teams featured in the mod span several different seasons, being a selection of noteworthy squads (for better or worse) that lend themselves well to a fun arcade experience.
Download the mod at these links:
- NBA Jam 2K15 Roster & Settings
- NBA Jam 2K15 Main Folder Files Part 1
- NBA Jam 2K15 Main Folder Files Part 2
- NBA Jam 2K15 Main Folder Files Part 3
- NBA Jam 2K15 Main Folder Files Part 4
- NBA Jam 2K15 Main Folder Files Part 5
- NBA Jam 2K15 Main Folder Files Part 6
For more information and previews, check out the release thread here.
A new version (V24) of the Ultimate Base Roster for NBA 2K14 PC has been released by HAWK23 and company! Key features of the latest release include:
- Added updated version of the Ultimate Base Roster & UBR Association Files with current transactions, signings, rotations, and coaching moves (11/23/14)
- Added ~275 retro player portraits (1946-1990) throughout applicable rosters
- Added ~10 new current player portraits
- Every single current NBA player and retro player in the UBR now has a portrait
- Added 15 current and year-specific retro player cyberfaces to applicable rosters
- Improved gear/accessories/team colors/shoes for some teams in the UBR
- Added new version of the 2014 Roster with real historical stats for players – courtesy Redd
- Added tweaked versions of every roster between 1980-1999 (portraits/year specific cyberfaces added)
- Added V2 of the 1996 Draft Class
- Added V1 of the 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, and 1977 Draft Classes (we now have every draft class from 1971-2017 available)
- Rosters accurate as of 11/23/2014
Hentzman is back with some new 2014/2015 season updates for NBA Live 2000 PC. If you’d like to dust off a classic and play it with current season rosters, check them all out at the links below!
A trio of new Legends have been added to Ultimate Team in NBA Live 15 this weekend, namely Sean Elliott, Larry Nance, and Jalen Rose.
The three-time NBA All-Star played 13 seasons between the Suns and Cavaliers, averaging 17.1 PPG and 8 RPG. The 6’10 Nance averaged more than 2 BPG throughout his career.
The left-handed swingman is most known for his tenure with the Indiana Pacers, where he helped the Pacers reach the 2000 NBA Finals. Rose averaged 18+ PPG in six different seasons.
A former third-overall pick and two-time All-Star, Elliott helped lead the Spurs to an NBA title in 1999. His game-winning three-pointer in the 1999 Western Conference Finals, known as the “Memorial Day Miracle,” is one of the biggest shots in Spurs history.
Be sure to join in the Ultimate Team discussion taking place here in the NBA Live 15 section of the Forum.