Forum user Rangez (aka Mr2KImpossible) has posted a video with side-by-side comparisons of player faces in NBA 2K11 and NBA 2K12.
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2011 NTeams Jerseys (Updated)
The guys over at ModdingWay have released the initial version (0.5) of their NBA 2K12 Cyberface Textures Exporter/Importer, which as the name would imply is a utility that allows you to export and import NBA 2K12’s cyberface texture files.
You can find the tool here in our Downloads section and check out additional release notes and previews, as well as get support and report any issues you encounter in this release thread. For all those who will be making face updates for NBA 2K12, don’t forget that our new Downloads section features an upload function, so that we can provide quick, easy and free hosting to the modding community.
SportsGamerShow’s Rio Pesino has posted a video review of NBA Jam: On Fire Edition.
GamePro have also posted a review of the game, awarding it four stars out of five. Don’t forget to check out my review here and add your thoughts on NBA Jam: On Fire Edition in The Virtual Hardwood section of the NLSC Forum.
Updated Rookie Roster + Most FAs
NBA STREET V1 Xbox 360
Brooklyn Nets Logo
Shadow Mode with Real Muscles & Sweat
Brooklyn Nets Fictional Jersey
Having spent almost two weeks playing NBA Jam: On Fire Edition and posting some preliminary impressions in the NLSC Forum, I’m ready to give my full review of the game. Being a fan of NBA Jam from back in the day, I was intrigued by the idea of Real AI from the very first time it was mentioned in previews, wondering just what impact it could have on the game. I was also keen to see what the game had to offer in terms of its new modes, Road Trip and the Online Arena. With enhanced gameplay, new game modes, more legends, more special teams and players and better online functionality, the question is: does NBA Jam: On Fire Edition live up to the hype?
The short answer…yes. The long answer…well, read on.
2K Sports have released a title update for the Xbox 360 version of NBA 2K12, which is intended to address various online issues with the game. The patch does not contain any gameplay or game mode fixes, though it’s likely such an update will be made available at a later time. Ronnie 2K has indicated that the patch has been submitted to Sony, so PlayStation 3 users should be receiving it in the not too distant future.
Unfortunately PC users will once again have to wait for any kind of update, though Ronnie indicated on Twitter that the PC version “probably” would be receiving a combined patch at a later date. As mentioned in previous bulletins, official roster updates for all versions will have to wait until the lockout is over.
The sixth episode of Da Czar’s Strategy Session series is out now and covers the basics of contesting shots in NBA 2K12. The video goes in-depth in explaining how different ways of contesting shots affect the quality of an opponent’s attempt.
I missed posting this yesterday but for those who haven’t seen it, Da Czar posted the fifth episode in his Strategy Session series. The episode contains a rundown of the shot indicators in NBA 2K12.
EA Sports have released a new NBA Jam: On Fire Edition video, in which Shaq reads some custom dunk calls submitted by Jam fans via the official Facebook page.
Voting is now underway to determine the Dynasty & Association Story of the Year for 2011. The contest is an initiative to spotlight some of the best Dynasty and Association story threads posted in the Dynasty & Association Stories section of the NLSC Forum over the past year.
Martti. is once again running the contest, so all votes should be sent in to him via PM. Please note that voting will end November 1st, you cannot vote for your own thread and the thread must have been updated within the past six months. After the top five are decided, a final vote will be cast to select the Story of the Year.
For more information, please see this thread and be sure to check out the many fantastic Dynasty and Association stories here in the Forum. For those looking to start their own story thread, you can get a lot of fantastic tips for getting started and keeping your thread maintained in this guide.
Following the latest round of talks between the NBA player’s union and the owners, the league has officially cancelled the first two weeks of the 2011/2012 regular season. Despite meeting for more than seven hours, both sides reportedly remain “very far apart on virtually all issues”, which obviously does not bode well for a speedy resolution to the lockout. Have your say on the lockout and other topics concerning real basketball in the NBA & Basketball Talk section of the NLSC Forum.
As far as the lockout’s impact on virtual basketball, the current state of negotiations would suggest that an official patch to add rookies to NBA 2K12 and the planned roster updates for NBA Jam: On Fire Edition will not be happening anytime soon. Rookie data is present in NBA 2K12’s game files so it’s possible that we’ll be able to add this year’s rookie crop to the game and utilise faces, speech and so forth through our own unofficial updates. The feasibility and exact methods of doing this are still being explored at this time.