We have a couple of new file additions for NBA 2K14 PC today, namely a face for Jordan Adams, and a fictional 2015 All-Star court. Pick them up at the links below!
Jordan Adams Face
In this week’s Friday Five, Andrew lists five more patches that he’s always wanted to make for either NBA Live or NBA 2K.Check it out!
In this week’s Wayback Wednesday, Andrew takes a look back at the original NLSC roster updates for NBA Live, created by Tim and Lutz.Check it out!
2K Sports have posted a checklist over on the official NBA 2K Facebook page, which provides a comprehensive overview of the additions and changes that are being made in NBA 2K15’s daily updates. It includes lists of players that have been added, players who are currently out with injuries, ratings adjustments, accessory and shoe changes, and even contract updates.
NBA 2K’s official updates have occasionally been criticised in the past for leaving out players, making minimal changes to ratings, or otherwise lacking detail. However, it would certainly seem that there’s an increased dedication to authenticity in this year’s updates.
As far as further official fixes and patches are concerned, there’s currently no ETA on when the next one will arrive. Once again, if you’ve been experiencing technical problems with the PC version of NBA 2K15, I encourage you to check out the stickied threads here in the Forum, where Leftos has been going above and beyond in providing support.
Today’s new file addition for NBA Live 2004 is the latest version of ModManZZZ’s 2014/2015 current roster update. Check it out at the link below!
ModManZZZ NBA Live 2014-2015 Regular Season Roster Update (Updated to 5.1)
Following on from yesterday’s release for NBA 2K14, a new version (V63) of the Ultimate Base Roster for NBA 2K12 is available to download now. Produced by HAWK23 and updated by ajmacbl, it contains updated 2014/2015 season rosters. An overview of the key features is as follows:
V22 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:
Once again, I’d like to put out a call for any volunteers who are willing to lend a hand in updating and maintaining the NLSC Wiki. We’d like to make the Wiki an informative, and indeed definitive source of information for basketball gamers, so if you have experience patching NBA Live or NBA 2K, have a good knowledge of the history of basketball games, or are interested in adding more information about Dynasty Mode, MyGM, MyCAREER, game controls and the like, your contributions would be most welcome!
A reminder that you don’t need to register to contribute, but as with all Wikis, your IP address will be publicly displayed if you make anonymous edits. If you’re planning on making regular contributions, we certainly encourage you to register an account (please note that at present, that account is not linked to your Forum login). If you’re willing and able to help out, feel free to dive right in and start editing articles! Please note that you must be logged in and be registered for at least four days before you can create new articles. If you have any further questions, or suggestions, please let me know!
The 2014/2015 NBA season is under way! It’s obviously still early days, but now that the season has tipped off, who’s your early pick to win it all this year? Cast your vote in our new poll, and join in the discussion taking place in the NBA & Basketball Talk section of the NLSC Forum.
Our previous poll asked “Which mode would you most like to see return to NBA Live or NBA 2K?” It seems FIBA World Championship (or the FIBA World Cup, as it’s now called) is the mode basketball gamers are most interested in seeing make a comeback, as it garnered 47% of the vote. The NBA All-Star Weekend was a distant second with 25%, followed by Creating a Legend with 13%, and NBA’s Greatest with 11%. A further 4% indicated that there was another mode altogether that they’d like to see return.
The 107th episode of Operation Sports’ Press Row Podcast features a chat with NBA Live 15 Executive Producer Sean O’Brien and Producer Connor Dougan. The guys talk about their approach to developing NBA Live 15, as well as the future of the series, so be sure to tune in and give it a listen!
If you’d like a further insight into the development of NBA Live 15 and the current team’s vision, I invite you to check out our lengthy chat with Sean in Episode #90 of the NLSC Podcast; we also conducted a follow-up interview with Sean in Episode #99. And for those who may have missed it, we released our 100th episode of the Podcast earlier this week, featuring some pre-recorded interviews with NLSC co-founder Tim Tschirner, as well as our good friends and former NLSC staff members Leftos and JaoSming.
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.
NBA Live 15 is available now – on shelves and in digital format – and in the short time that it’s been out, gamers have been sharing their views on this year’s release from EA Sports. On the whole, the reception seems to be more positive than last year, with a lot of gamers feeling that while there’s still much work to be done, NBA Live 15 represents a noteworthy step up from NBA Live 14.
Personally, I’m inclined to agree with that sentiment. I certainly have my criticisms, and would like to see continued improvement in all areas of the game, but I’ve also enjoyed my time with it so far, and have seen quite a few things that I do like. I’ll be sharing plenty of detailed thoughts on NBA Live 15 in the coming weeks, but for this week’s Friday Five, I thought that I’d discuss some of my initial impressions of this year’s game. So, without any further ado, here are my thoughts on NBA Live 15 after the first few days of playing it.
If you haven’t yet picked up NBA 2K15 on PC, you may be interested to know that it will be Free to Play on Steam over the weekend. In the absence of a demo, this provides a good opportunity to check out the game and see how well it will run on your rig, if that’s been holding you back from buying it.
Speaking of the PC version of NBA 2K15, the community is still figuring things out as far as the file formats are concerned, but you can keep tabs on the progress being made here. Once again, for anyone who’s experiencing any technical difficulties, Leftos has been going above and beyond with his support in the NLSC Forum. Be sure to check out the stickied threads in the main NBA 2K15 section for more information.
With the 2014/2015 season tipping off, ModManZZZ has updated his current rosters for NBA Live 2004 PC. Check them out at the link below!
ModManZZZ NBA Live 2014-2015 Regular Season Roster Update (Updated to v5.0)
Also, don’t forget to pick up the main pack of art files here.
Here are the latest file additions for NBA 2K14 PC, including player faces, retro jerseys, and a couple of Draft Classes. Download them all at the links below!
Devyn Marble Face
Kirk Hinrich Face
The first content updates for NBA Live 15 have been pushed through, including current rosters, court and jersey updates, and even some animation fixes. A complete list of updates is as follows:
Feel free to add your thoughts in the comments below, as well as in the NBA Live 15 section of the NLSC Forum.
October 28th has arrived, which means NBA Live 15 is out today! Several people have already gotten their hands on the game in the past 24 hours, including Arcane and myself (which in our case, is also a couple of days before the Australian release). Whether you’re picking up the full version of the game, checking out the six hour trial on Xbox One, or giving the PlayStation 4 demo a look, we invite you to join in the discussion in the NBA Live 15 section of the NLSC Forum!
A few threads of note:
So, whatever you’ve got to say about the game (or the demo/trial), whatever media you’d care to share, get involved in the conversation!